CDC release the economic snapshot for March 2017
Canterbury Development Corporation’s March 2017 Economic Snapshot, shows the Christchurch and Canterbury economies continuing in a transitional phase.Read More...
The DIGMYIDEA Māori Innovation Challenge is your chance to submit an innovative business idea that has the potential to go global.
The challenge aims to grow Māori involvement in Aotearoa / New Zealand’s economy. This challenge is about discovering and nurturing your ideas that can make a difference.
There are two entry categories:
*as at 20 February 2017
DIGMYIDEA is open to all Māori residing in Aotearoa / New Zealand. You can enter as an individual or as a team of up to five people. Note: teams are required to enter the age category based on the age of the oldest team member; teams with non-Māori can participate as long as the team lead is of Māori descent and resides in Aotearoa / New Zealand.
DIGMYIDEA is designed and delivered by Auckland Tourism, Events & Economic Development (ATEED), Auckland’s economic growth agency. ATEED is responsible for delivering the Whai Rawa – Māori economic wellbeing work stream of Auckland Council’s Te Toa Takitini initiative, which is a top-down approach to significantly lift Māori economic, social and cultural well-being across the region.
An innovative new approach to open homes, offered by a Palmerston North real estate company, pairs Google’s 3D goggles with virtual tour software to make open home viewing an almost real-life experience for home buyers. The VR technology is new to the real estate market with huge potential.Read More...
ArcAngels - the women-led angel investment group focused on women entrepreneurs - and the New Zealand Venture Investment Fund are partnering to invest into women-led start-up companies.Read More...