EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN CANTERBURY
A joint report for the Canterbury Employment & Skills Board prepared by the Department of Labour and the Canterbury Development Corporation
I acknowledge the contributions, reviews, and advice from my colleagues in the Department of Labour.
In addition, I would like to I thank the Canterbury Development Corporation (CDC), and the key contributions to the report by Simon Worthington and Amy McNaughton.
For their time and insights, I thank Professor Caroline Saunders (Lincoln University); Claire Bryant (Selwyn District Council); Cat Hannah (Enterprise North Canterbury); Rob Brawley (Grow Mid Canterbury); John Walley (New Zealand Manufacturers and Exporters Association); Annie Paterson (Kaikoura District Council); Jeremy Liddy (Aoraki Development Trust); Phil Brownie (Destination Mount Cook Mackenzie); John Hamilton and Jim Grennell (CDC).
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