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In pictures: Vodafone FutureNow Auckland plays out to 600 strong audience

Vodafone FutureNow, the company's annual show to higlight its work and technology advances that can help businesses in New Zealand, was conducted in Auckland this week. The 600 strong audience was addressed by Vodafone executives, taking them on a journey of where the company has come from and giving a glimpse of what it plans for the future.

  • Vodafone FutureNow in Auckland brought together more than 600 participants as the telecom major discussed internal changes and outlined technologies of interest for its business customers.

  • Russell Stanners, CEO of Vodafone NZ took to the stage to trace a history of the company in NZ and explain how it has grown from strength to strength.

  • Stanners also spoke about the investments that the firm is making in the country, indcluding the high-tech Christchurch office, which is set to be open in early 2016.

  • Grant Hopkins, enterprise director at Vodafone NZ spoke about the importance of businesses - large and small - to have a mobility plan and strategy in order to make the most of what technology can enable.

  • Tony Baird, head of networks at the company, spoke about some of the M2M technology and connectivity available today that adds increasing intelligence to networks and could help businesses in the future.

  • FutureNow also hosted a labs and expo area that allowed businesses to see some technology in action.

  • Vendors and partners of Vodafone NZ participated in FutureNow.

  • Vendors and partners of Vodafone NZ participated in FutureNow.

  • Vendors and partners of Vodafone NZ participated in FutureNow.

  • Vendors and partners of Vodafone NZ participated in FutureNow.

  • Vendors and partners of Vodafone NZ participated in FutureNow.

  • Vendors and partners of Vodafone NZ participated in FutureNow.

  • FutureNow also featured labs where businesses could get to know a lot more about technologies on offer and its potential benefits.

  • FutureNow also featured labs where businesses could get to know a lot more about technologies on offer and its potential benefits.

  • FutureNow is a Vodafone roadshow that was conducted in Wellington and Christchurch this year, prior to the one in Auckland

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