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Digital Journey brings Stuart Dillon-Roberts to Kapiti Breakfast
June 2016
Kapiti Breakfast in a digital world for Stuart Dillon-Roberts

Electra Business Breakfast Kapiti
Be Part of the Kapiti Digital Journey - Technology is changing rapidly, lets go.

Wednesday 6 July 2016 from 7.15am to 8.45am
Southward Car Museum
$25 (incl GST) per person

Technology is changing at a rapid pace. Often it's a struggle to find out what you don't know. It can be difficult to decide what technology options are right for you or your organisation, and where to get impartial advice.

The Electra Business Breakfast Kapiti is delighted to be hosting Stuart Dillion-Roberts from the Digital Journey who will present the Kapiti Digital Assessment Tool which is geared to helping us transform how we use the internet.

The Kapiti Digital Assessment Tool was first set-up in 2015 for use at Tech Expo Kapiti. It looks at your digital maturity and compares it with others in your industry. The action plan that is generated is tailored based on your answers and tells you where to focus your efforts to get the best results.

"We love demonstrating to a business how they can improve productivity, reduce costs and grow their business through the use of the internet, online services and technology", says Stuart.

About Stuart Dillon-Roberts

Stuart was the author of the Dunedin, Otago and Canterbury Digital Strategies and has been involved in digital projects throughout New Zealand and overseas. He has over 20 years of IT and business management experience.

Stuart formed Digital Journey, a company with a passion for helping others get the most out of technology. Digital Journey is a social enterprise, focused on improving the social wellbeing and economic performance in New Zealand. A lot of the work they do is helping charities, not for profits and communities, but helping businesses too.

For more on the Kapiti Digital Journey see:

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