Aspiring AUT entrepreneurs are receiving a welcome boost to turn their ideas into a commercial reality through a new student entrepreneurship programme.
More than 70 businesses and organisations across Auckland have today hosted two promising young leaders as part of the Auckland University of Technology’s Annual Shadow a Leader Day.
An annual $7 million funding boost for the Government’s ‘Family Start’ home visiting programme was prompted by empirical research commissioned from AUT’s Centre for Social Data Analytics (CSDA).
Behind every business success story is a support network of organisations that make their achievements possible.
AUT’s new Centre for Social Data Analytics was launched in March. The Centre is focused on “data analytics for social impact”.
Centre researchers take on work with the potential to address and inform social issues or challenges in core policy areas including health, education, justice and social services.
A childhood bout of rheumatic fever changed the course of Andrew Fiu’s life in almost every way. But one very positive spinoff has just happened: 35 years on Fiu has graduated with his first formal qualification, a Master of Business Administration from the AUT Business School.
The nature of work is changing. Progressive organisations recognise that a five-day-a-week commute is a waste of resources. Work is no longer going to be where the office is; it will be where you are – at home, in the car, at an airport or café, or with a client.
Kiwibank Business Markets has beaten 41 finalists to the Supreme Award at the AUT Business School’s 2013 Excellence in Business Support Awards, the only national performance measure available to the business support sector.
Former Green Party Co-Leader Jeanette Fitzsimons will speak about an alternative economy of ‘enough’ at the launch of the AUT Business School’s new Sustainable Enterprise major (Bachelor of Business) on Tuesday 27 August.
This public lecture will challenge concepts of business-as-usual and growth at all costs, and will describe a potential future in which people do less work but share it equally, and where there is less consumption of energy and materials, and more local production and growth in knowledge, science and innovation
Oren Gershtein from Israel will explain how he has an 80% success rate with start-ups at the AUTEL Innovation Day on Friday 26 July at AUT’s city campus.
AUT Business School’s Shadow a Leader day on Wednesday 10 July will enable students to experience a day in the life of 50 of New Zealand’s top business leaders.
The Auckland Centre for Financial Research at AUT Business School will host a one-day symposium on 31 May 2013 to bring together industry professionals and academia for the first time to discuss research into New Zealand capital markets.
AUT Business School is now inviting entries for the 2013 AUT Excellence in Business Support Awards.
The AUT Excellence in Business Support Awards recognise and celebrate organisations and individuals that deliver quality products and services to help small, medium and large businesses maximise their potential.
AUT University has appointed Dr Geoff Perry as the Dean of the Faculty of Business and Law.
Dr Perry says he will continue to build the Faculty's New Zealand and international reputation for quality, connectedness, relevance and impact in education and research.