A Look Ahead: 2018 Research Priorities

Kia ora and welcome to Part 2 of my January Update!  Part 1, discussing my published writing over the past three months is here, and Part 3 discussing my new job and the implications of this on my writing for Ka Tōnuitanga and The Spinoff will follow shortly. Each year I set goals that are... Continue Reading →


Monthly Update: January 2018

Kia ora whānau!  The first month of 2018 has come and gone and I am quietly taking stock of the big changes that have occurred over January.  After two years living in London, I am back in Auckland and settling into my new job - a role which will have an impact on the type... Continue Reading →

Capital-as-a-Service and Racial Bias in Investing

Capital-as-a-service will run over-the-top and allow us to scale to new geographies and sectors. We’ve modeled our approach to capital-as-a-service much the same as the startups we admire. Six months ago we kicked off a stealth experiment to develop an MVP, both assembling the underpinnings of an infrastructure platform and developing the basic customer experience... Continue Reading →

Monthly Roundup: October 2017

Welcome back!  I know I have been rather dormant for the past two years - I have been taking a bit of a break and spending time living and enjoying London and Europe.  It is time to head home, and I am refocusing my attention on Māori issues.  This brings a new focus for Ka... Continue Reading →

Where to Next for the Māori Party?

Election night 2017 was a deeply disappointing day for supporters of the Māori Party.  And, full disclaimer for those who are new to my writing, I am a member of the Māori Party and gave my two ticks to the party at the election.  Watching from my friends home in North-West London I felt the... Continue Reading →

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