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PwC Office Hours offering free business advice to students

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In an exciting new partnership between PwC and the University of Auckland’s Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship students will be able to seek free advice from experienced PwC staff. The monthly advice sessions are being trialled during this semester.

Business is rapidly changing and for many organisations technology will completely reshape their industries over the next five years. The leaders of tomorrow will need to have the confidence to make mistakes, learn quickly and collaborate with others to find and implement solutions.

PwC Office Hours will be led by Scott Kerse, Private Business Partner with PwC New Zealand. Scott has a wealth of experience in advising privately owned businesses on strategy, business planning, financial management and taxation issues, but is also passionate about technology.

“Young leaders are bold” says Scott “and they must retain that characteristic whether they are on the path to becoming tomorrow’s CEO or starting their own venture.”

PwC is offering this opportunity to the university’s next generation of business leaders and entrepreneurs to enable them to develop the skills to take New Zealand into a bright and innovative future.

CIE Director Wendy Kerr says “we are excited to be working with PwC to nurture the next generation of entrepreneurs both through their support of our new Unleash Space innovation hub and maker space and now their generosity in sharing their time and wisdom.”

Students who are interested in booking a 20 minute session with a PwC staff member can check for the next available time at www.cie.auckland.ac.nz/events.

PwC Office Hours offering free business advice to students
PwC Office Hours offering free business advice to students

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In an exciting new partnership between PwC and the University of Auckland’s Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship students will be able to seek free advice from experienced PwC staff. The monthly advice sessions are being trialled during this semester.

Business is rapidly changing and for many organisations technology will completely reshape their industries over the next five years. The leaders of tomorrow will need to have the confidence to make mistakes, learn quickly and collaborate with others to find and implement solutions.

PwC Office Hours will be led by Scott Kerse, Private Business Partner with PwC New Zealand. Scott has a wealth of experience in advising privately owned businesses on strategy, business planning, financial management and taxation issues, but is also passionate about technology.

“Young leaders are bold” says Scott “and they must retain that characteristic whether they are on the path to becoming tomorrow’s CEO or starting their own venture.”

PwC is offering this opportunity to the university’s next generation of business leaders and entrepreneurs to enable them to develop the skills to take New Zealand into a bright and innovative future.

CIE Director Wendy Kerr says “we are excited to be working with PwC to nurture the next generation of entrepreneurs both through their support of our new Unleash Space innovation hub and maker space and now their generosity in sharing their time and wisdom.”

Students who are interested in booking a 20 minute session with a PwC staff member can check for the next available time at www.cie.auckland.ac.nz/events.


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