The Stanford Bootcampers pushed for more emphasis on New Zealand as a small, fast, nimble, edgy nation
Steve Maharey Wed, 11 Jul 2018
The Stanford Bootcamp 2014 sounds tough – and it was.
For the 42 participants from primary industries, Māori corporations, government ministries, universities and business who spent a week together at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, it meant getting up every day around 5:30am
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