Click through to read our CE Amy Carter's opinion piece which was in The Press and on Stuff on the 10th of October 2018.
Prominent human resources firm Brannigans has signed as a three-year major partnership with The Christchurch Foundation, tagging its initial contribution to SCAPE Public Art.
Hon. Lianne Dalziel, Mayor of Christchurch, shares her thoughts on Christchurch as a city of explorers.
KPMG's Simon Hunter explorers his ideas about the opportunities for Christchurch.
ChristchurchNZ's Tim Loftus shares his views on our city narrative and how it is linked to Christchurch as a city of explorers.
Thomas and Jasina from Linwood College, delivered inspiring commentary on Christchurch, a city of explorers, and where that can take us.
Nigel Watson is the CE of Antarctic Heritage Trust and is a true explorer having recently crossed Greenland towing a sled.
Hila Oren, our inaugural Thinker in Residence, shares her thoughts as to how our city can leverage off being a city of explorers.
We asked Isla, who is nearly five, to give us her big ideas for a city of explorers as a part of our preparation for Think:Christchurch.
Hila Oren from Tel Aviv has some well-timed advice for a city facing a slump, Philip Matthews writes in The Press.
Amy Carter recently had the pleasure of attending a presentation from four millennials talking about Social Enterprises here in Christchurch. The future leaders were excited to share their findings with the baby boomers and gen-Xers. After all, in their minds, Social Enterprise is a relatively new concept largely driven by their generation.
New Zealand was recently named as the most prosperous country in the world by The Legatum Institute. The London based think tank released its annual global Prosperity Index for 2018, a huge survey that ranks most prosperous nations.