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How do we embrace exponential change? I LIVE from E Tipu


Heard of the quote “If we change the way we look at things, the things we look at change”?


In this week’s Sarah’s Country’s Opinion Maker we break-down how to change the way we look at change from backstage at E Tipu: Boma NZ Agri Summit four leader’s advice for the NZ food & fibre sector.



Episode features:

  • Sir Ian Taylor, Animation Research & AgResearch’s HyperFarm

  • Melissa Clark-Reynolds, former independent director, Beef+Lamb NZ and current director, Aitkens Ranch

  • Prof. Wim de Koning, B.linc Innovation Director, Lincoln University

  • John Arell, Head of Enabling Technology, Farmlands

Look at Nestle, they started out as a dairy co-op. They wanted a place to sell their milk and so they got into the chocolate industry. But a few years ago they re-defined themselves as a global ‘nutrition’ company, so they had to sell their confectionery business. That is courage - are we about selling a product or taking a stand,” explains Melissa Clark-Reynolds

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