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WCNZ Speaker Series - Globalisation, geopolitics and the post-Covid economy
“The Davids of the world can beat the Goliaths when they adopt different approaches – the scale advantage can be diluted (or reversed) through innovation and creativity. It is sometimes better to be nimble and agile than to have the raw power of a towering giant.” - David Skilling.

In our next world Class speaker series we speak to geo-political strategist and author David Skilling. A University of Auckland Alumni, David is the founding Director of Landfall Strategy Group, an advisory firm located in the Netherlands that provides advice and insights on global economic, policy, and political dynamics to governments, firms, and financial institutions.

David will discuss economic and political trends he is seeing both in New Zealand and globally, the ongoing impact of Ukraine, and provide insights into opportunities for global economies in the future.

This online webinar is a must for anyone looking to better understand and be able to respond to the future of globalisation, geopolitical competition and the post-Covid economy.

The aim of Kea's World Class New Zealand speaker series is to highlight the incredible stories of our World Class New Zealanders and inspire other Kiwi to push the boundaries of their own business goals and expectations. Our World Class community are keen to use their insights and learnings to help others achieve the same heights of success that they have experienced.

David also writes a widely-read note on global economic and political developments from a small economy perspective available at https://davidskilling.substack.com

Oct 12, 2022 07:00 PM in Auckland, Wellington

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Speakers

Dr. David Skilling
Director @Landfall Strategy Group
David is the founding Director of Landfall Strategy Group, an economic and policy advisory firm based in the Netherlands and Singapore. He advise governments, companies, and financial institutions in the Asia Pacific, the Middle East, and Europe on dynamics in global macro, economic policy, globalisation, and geopolitics. David also writes a widely-read note on global economic and political developments from a small economy perspective available at https://davidskilling.substack.com