NZBusiness and Management

Addicted to risk

Sue Duncan has learnt a lot in her 30-plus years in the highly competitive events industry. And one of those lessons is that as a serial entrepreneur she really isn’t an ideal employee. Sue is a risk-taker who likes running her own businesses; building something and backing herself.

“I guess I am a person who likes to find a better way to do things. I am an inherent risk-taker because safe doesn’t extend creative spirit.”

And she has proved her entrepreneurial skills on several fronts. In 2004

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