APEC Discussion Series

PNG and the Digital Future

The APEC Discussion Series finale explored the topic Papua New Guinea and the Digital Future and was attended by 300 secondary students from across 14 schools in the National Capital District of Papua New Guinea.

David Toua and Crystal Kewe, Papua New Guinean innovator and co-founder of Crysan Technologies, shared their experiences on how APEC aims to advance sustainable economic growth in the region They were joined for a panel discussion by Eli Webb, Country Director of Centre for International and Private Enterprise.

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Title20181024_APEC Discussion Series event on PNG and the Digital Future5 CaptionGroup Photo: Three hundred year 11 students from 14 secondary schools in the National Capital District and members of the PNG Department of Education, Australian High Commission and the PNG APEC Ambassador, Ivan Pomaleu at the ‘PNG and the Digital Future’ APEC Discussion Series event.

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Title20181024_APEC Discussion Series event on PNG and the Digital Future3 CaptionDr Uke Kombra, Secretary, PNG Department of Education welcomes the students and teachers at the ‘PNG and the Digital Future’ APEC Discussion Series event.

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Title20181024_APEC Discussion Series event on PNG and the Digital Future1 CaptionPanel Discussion (left to right): David Toua, Chair of the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) and Crystal Kewe, Tech Entrepreneur and co-founder of Crysan Technology.

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