An electrifying jumpstart for funding a great cause

When executives of two high-energy Kiwi businesses were nominated to jump off Auckland’s Sky Tower in the 2018 Drop Your Boss fundraiser for the Graeme Dingle Foundation, there was bound to be a little rivalry — and a lot of fellow feeling. Attracting donations for programs that help New Zealand children from disadvantaged backgrounds to meet their potential was a powerful incentive for Marc England, CEO of Genesis Energy, and Kevin Hart, CEO of GE in NZ and Papua New Guinea, to suit up and step over the edge of the Tower’s 200-metre (656 feet)-high platform.

Read more from GE Reports here.

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