The Moxie Sessions is a tech economy discussion group focused on how New Zealand can take advantage of the Internet to improve its social and economic performance.
It happens once a month in Auckland, with sessions also in Wellington and some overseas sessions from time to time.
Each session has a topic that three speakers address from their own perspectives, followed by a mediated group discussion, some drawing of conclusions and potential actions. You can think of it as being like a dinner party without the dinner, or a very focused collaborative think tank.
Each session brings together 12-15 interesting folks from the media, the law, the tech sector, academics, consultants and business people. The group is small in order to enable a single engaged discussion between the folks in the room. It varies each month. Because the group is small, and we want to ensure a diverse set of perspectives, the Moxie Sessions is invitation only.