Claudia Batten's two cents on entrepreneurship

Claudia Batten's two cents on entrepreneurship

The youngest person appointed to NZTE's US Beachheads board, Claudia Batten's impressive career path began in corporate law in Wellington, followed by the establishment of gaming ad network Massive, which was sold to Microsoft in 2006 for a princely sum.

This year, she left her second startup, crowdsourced creative agency Victors & Spoils. And, as is often the way with serial entrepreneurs, she’s already started work on her next, still rather mysterious project. But she she did recently take some time out to have a chat with NZTE at the Morgo conference.

(Batten also Tumbles about good shoes, good fashion, her possible connection to Jean Batten and anything else that tickles her fancy here.)

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