For many businesses the benefits of remote working have been on display recently as the country was forced to stay home as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
On top of this, Kiwis are increasingly placing emphasis on the importance of work/life balance which comes hand in hand with flexible working.
Join Chorus and an expert panel of flexible working professionals to discuss the benefits and challenges of remote working and for advice on maintaining effective virtual working relationships.
This not to be missed event will be live streamed and interactive, with the opportunity for you to ask the panel questions via a live feed.
You can drop into this event at any time.
Sarah is the founder of New Zealand Made Products - a nearly 500,000 member Facebook group created during the COVID-19 Lockdown period, that promotes and supports local businesses across Aotearoa. At just 23 years old, Sarah leads a team of 17 volunteer moderators and has generated hundreds of thousands of sales for small businesses across the country.
Guillaume is a positive impact advocate and Founder of Fund a Future, a Kiwi fintech and social enterprise start-up. After moving with his family to New Zealand in 2017, he graduated from Tech Future Lab in 2019 where he developed the Fund a Future concept. The team was then picked up to join the Kiwi Fintech Accelerator programme in 2019 and is now on a mission to make New Zealand the most generous country in the world. In his previous corporate life, Guillaume held various senior roles in the investment management and hedge fund industry based in London, Paris and Beijing.
Originally starting his career as an Art Director at Young & Rubicam London, Mike was then seconded to New Zealand in 1994. Mike’s since made a mark in the New Zealand advertising world holding former roles as the Executive Creative Director of two high-profile agencies - Colenso BBDO and Saatcchi & Saatchi and later started his own agency – Droga5 NZ. Today Mike is the Executive Creative Director of a company he founded, Many Minds. With over 25 clients, Many Minds are a discreet, creative project shop.