Episode 56: Rosie Bosworth


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(1:12)Pie Funds founder Mike Taylor discusses the state of the local sharemarket and where NZX’s new boss Mark Peterson should be focusing his attention. (7:55)We hear from Frog Parking’s Managing Director Shareena Sandbrook. The Palmerston North based start-up announced this week that a group of local investors, led by former Fonterra director Malcolm Bailey, have taken a 25% stake in the business. (14:23)Andrew's feature guest is agritech futurist Dr Rosie Bosworth. She warns that New Zealand is being too complacent when it comes to potential disruption from advances in synthetic food technology and that we risk becoming the “Detroit of agriculture” if we continue to ignore what she believes is a potential threat to our economic well-being in the future. To subscribe: www.nbr.co.nz/sunday-business

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