Kea, the association for Kiwi expats, has teamed with Google in a bid to gain profile in markets where it's less represented.
Kiwis who want to make their name globally shouldn't underestimate the power of originality to put them one step ahead, says World Class New Zealand award winner, film maker Andrew Adamson.
If you want to make it stateside, don't be shy to tell the world about your idea, says tech leader Craig Elliott.
Reputations are built over a long time, so Kiwis who want to 'make name' are heading in the wrong direction, says Endeavour Capital executive chairman Neville Jordan.
Investment in the next generation of great thinkers is a leader's biggest reward, says World Class New Zealander Murray Brennan.
Networks are everything to serial tech founder Claudia Batten, who says being an entrepreneur is about convincing other people to help you build something awesome.
When you set your mind to solving problems that matter to you, you can make a big impact globally, says World Class New Zealand award winner Catherine Mohr.
Serial tech entrepreneur Claudia Batten, 39, last night became the youngest recipient of the Supreme World Class New Zealand Award in the programme's 11-year history.
Leading New Zealanders based at home and offshore will tour the three main centres later this month as part of Kea and the World Class New Zealand network's Inspire Days.