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Speaker

Nathan Rahui

Ngā Hononga-ā-Kiwa panel session

The University of Waikato has delivered Māori focused initiatives on behalf of the Centres of Asia-Pacific Excellence (CAPEs) since 2018. Ngā Hononga-ā-Kiwa (NHK) is a deliberate ecosystem that brings together students, educators, businesses, Māori and Indigenous communities and thought leaders in Business and Education, where Te Ao Māori and Te Tiriti o Waitangi underpin our approach and inform our delivery.

Ngā Hononga-ā-Kiwa (NHK) references the many connections made through the travels of the legendary voyager and explorer Kiwa through the Pacific. This panel will feature speakers who continue to participate in this ecosystem after their own participation in the flagship Māori Business programme, Te Hononga-ā-Kiwa (THK):

Nathan Rahui

As a consortium partner University, Nathan leads the Māori Business space on behalf of the CAPEs. The  two key  programmes focus on building Māori business capability in Māori tertiary students and growing their awareness and engagement with international and Indigenous business in North Asia, Southeast Asia and Latin America. Nathan graduated from the University of Waikato with a  Bachelor of Secondary Education, and a Bachelor of Arts majoring in te reo Māori and English.

Nathan’s tribal connections are to Ngāpuhi and Ngāti Whātua.

SPANISH

Como universidad asociada al consorcio, Nathan dirige el espacio empresarial maorí en nombre de los CAPE. Los dos programas clave se centran en el desarrollo de la capacidad empresarial maorí en los estudiantes maoríes de educación superior y en el aumento de su conocimiento y compromiso con los negocios internacionales e indígenas en el norte de Asia, el sudeste asiático y América Latina. Nathan se graduó en la Universidad de Waikato con una Licenciatura en Educación Secundaria y una Licenciatura en Artes con especialización en te reo Māori e inglés. Las conexiones tribales de Nathan son con Ngāpuhi y Ngāti Whātua.

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