The New Zealand Innovators' Awards has announced its adjudicators—and it's a fine looking list too. Representing a broad range of New Zealand business, the list includes:
Dougal Watt, IBM
Brett Roberts, Business IQ
Wayne Hudson, Hudson Gavin Martin
Simon Rowell, James & Wells
Sarah Sinclair, SKM
Geoff Mason, Fulton Hogan
Megan Barrett-Hamilton, Fonterra
Professor Jill Cornish, University of Auckland
Professor Jacqueline Rowath, Massey University
Garth Buttimore, Goodman Fielder
Andy Blackburn, Contact Energy
Chris Reed, Air New Zealand
Michael Holderness, 3M
Janet Schofield, Auckland City
Robert Bolus, Methven
More adjudicators will be announced soon.
The awards are a new programme to uncover and reward New Zealand's great innovators—living and dead. The initiative is a joint venture between German health and science company Bayer, the Ideas Accelerator, a consulting business, and Idealog.
The call for entries closes August 12. You can enter here.
You can visit the Awards website at innovators.org.nz.
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