DL New Zealand

DLNZ brings together senior decision-makers across all sectors to share their experiences in creating sustainable digital transformation. Members participate as part of the global DL community of over 100,000 digital leaders generating a rich seam of debate, content and knowledge.

The DL New Zealand programme is made possible by the generous support of:

 

For more information on the Digital Leaders New Zealand programme, contact Ben Hayman

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