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Borne out of isolation, Kiwis were improvising and adapting limited resources to produce innovative solutions. This ‘make do, can do’ attitude embodies the tradition of kiwi ingenuity where New Zealanders refuse to be constrained by limited experience and resources, and believe in their ability to solve problems in ways that challenge the status quo – the ‘’Number 8 wire’’ mindset.
Over the Easter break I spent a life-changing week at Stanford University, California. As one of forty delegates selected from across the Asia-Pacific region, I was there for an entrepreneurship summit with some of the top entrepreneurial thinkers from across the world.