I agree that “the Marae, the ancestral home of Maori, can usefully be thought of as an attractor that shapes entrepreneurial activity”.
Manuka Henare and Dr Billie Lythberg:
As I get further into this PGDip, I have come to the realisation that my Grandparents and parents have exposed me to aspects of entrepreneurial activities and practises, right here on our Marae.
I can remember as a lil girl, my Nanny would make me get up and mihi tautoko and lead the waiata, little did I know that this would help build me into a more confident adult.
The marae is full of governance, entrepreneurial activities, kaupapa Maori and tikanga Maori. Children are exposed to these practices if their parent isn’t lazy to take them.
As a lil girl I was always doing all the things with my Dad that a son does. I used to hunt with him, kill and…
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