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Straight Talk Speaker Series: Sir Michael Hill

16 June 2016

LENGTH: 1:03:15 MIN 

Hear from Sir Michael Hill, an entrepreneur who started Michael Hill International Jewellery chain in 1979 in his hometown of Whangarei in northern New Zealand.

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Michael Hill

Sir Michael Hill is a New Zealand jeweller, entrepreneur and philanthropist who founded global jewellery retailer Michael Hill Jeweller in 1979.

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