Episode 76: Paul Cameron


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(1:22)We review the week on the markets with Nigel Scott from Craig’s Investment Partners. (8:12)NBR’s Grant Walker speaks to University of Auckland Vice Chancellor Stuart McCutcheon about a new survey out this week which ranks the university 75th among its global peers for producing graduates who can get jobs. This follows a recent downgrading of Auckland in another World University Rankings list which saw it fall almost 30 places to 192nd on the list of the world’s Top 200 universities. (16;34)Andrew's feature guest this week is Paul Cameron, co-founder of Booktrack. We hear about the business, that allows audio books to be recorded with an accompanying sound track, and the impact that AI is having on Booktrack’s growth prospects in the future. To subscribe: www.nbr.co.nz/sunday-business

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