The double whammy changing the age profile in rural New Zealand

Penny - Kiwi Population

Penny lives in New Zealand where she looks after our clients, which include a rapidly growing number of Local Governments, Universities and Central Government departments. She plays an important role in listening to their needs and feeding those back to the development team at .id. Penny has extensive experience as a Communication Manager in Local Government and has a degrees in Business and Communications. She also brings a breadth of generalist management experience in fields as varied as research, civil defence, project and event management, marketing and training. Penny’s knowledge combined with the .id tools help clients work with their communities to empower grass roots decision-making, advocacy and grant applications, and focus on strengthening council-community relationships. Penny has a rural property and enjoys growing and eating food and wine, which she runs, walks, bikes or swims off, when she’s not in the art studio.

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  1. Peter says:

    Changing population in terms of absolute numbers and also age profile as huge impacts on residential property prices and therefore the wealth of the community. This in turn impacts on the ability of the aging population to support itself using its own financial resources. I think government at all levels must do all it can to maintain the viability of the community by investing in infrastructure and services that acts as a catalyst to maintaining a viable population profile.

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