Hundreds of Hawke’s Bay businesses will be invited to take part in a major research project hoping to understand the skills required to support business growth across the region.
The Hawke’s Bay Growth Study, a joint initiative between the Eastern Institute of Technology and Business Hawke’s Bay, with support from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, has been under way since 2016, with phase three starting in the form of an in-depth interview process, Business Hawke’s Bay chief executive Carolyn Neville said.
“It’s important to understand the skills that Hawke’s Bay businesses will require in the future and to plan now for future needs.
Photo: Business Hawke’s Bay chief executive Carolyn Neville and EIT associate professor Jonathan Sibley.
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Posted: 17 September 2018