Rangatahi have had the chance to tune in to the country's forerunners in high worth food, fiber and innovation enterprises in New Plymouth this week.
Te Hono Māori Future and Tech Summit was held at the Plymouth International Hotel on Thursday and Friday and gave youth and grown-ups from Taranaki and Whanganui the chance to get tips from individuals like Sir Ian Taylor.
Taylor was talking about the upgraded IT (Indigenous Tech) and was joined by in excess of 170 visitors and speakers who went to the event.
Te Hono controlling board of trustees part and Fomana CEO Wayne Mulligan said the type of speakers showed how their examination, innovation and items are having an effect on the world stage.
"To change the worth of our essential industry and to make more lucrative positions, we need to change markets," Mulligan said.
"This culmination outlines that post-Covid, we have numerous organizations and youngsters who are doing just that."