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We are a diverse, collaborative community

EPIC’s collaborative ecosystem is comprised of organisations whom between themselves host a wide variety of industry experience and unique skill sets. From enterprise e-commerce technologies, training and video games, to next generation web development, innovative hardware solutions and virtual realities.

 

The whole is greater than the sum of its parts, so let us know if you’re looking to join this uniquely growing business community.

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Brush

Connected Product Design for Innovators

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CerebralFix

New Zealand Game, VR and App Developers

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Circuband

The ultimate Fitness Tool

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Concentrate

Want more sales leads, more qualified, more often?

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Corvecto

Powerful Virtual Reality training solutions for complex & hazardous scenarios

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Digital Confectioners

High quality service based games for PC and console

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Eagle Protect

Eagle Protect is a leading global supplier of disposable gloves and clothing

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Effectus

New Zealand Business and IT Consultants

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Fraame

Flexibility and professionalism are the cornerstone of our services

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GBJ Innovation

Launch, Grow, and Raise Investment

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GymMaster

GymMaster member management software

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Lentune

Developing smarter business and accounting automation software.

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Meta Digital

Bespoke Web Design and Development

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Skilitics

Corporate training platforms, tools and innovation

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SLI Systems

Enterprise E-commerce Solutions

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SMTP2GO

SMTP2GO is a cloud-based solution that ensures your emails get delivered

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Treshna

Expert software programmers and consultants

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The new Christchurch style: Old boys out, entrepreneurs in

The earthquakes have changed the culture in genteel Christchurch. Now it’s more about how you can contribute than who you went to school with, writes Steven Moe. I grew up in Christchurch, but not the one that exists today. I lived in the non-Ōtautahi version – the pre-earthquakes mini-England you wouldn’t recognise if you came…

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Working together to apply AI for social good

Google.org is issuing an open call to organizations around the world to submit their ideas for how they could use AI to help address societal challenges. Selected organizations will receive support from Google’s AI experts, Google.org grant funding from a $25M pool, credit and consulting from Google Cloud, and more. At Google, we believe that…

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Practical Tools for Active Startups – Intensive Online Marketing Workshop

DATE AND TIME Fri 23 November 2018, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM LOCATION GreenHouse, 146a Lichfield Street, Christchurch, Canterbury 8011 As a follow-up to our recent Practical Tools for Active Startups – Online Marketing session with Sam Frost, we are pleased to present this strictly limited hands-on workshop with Sam. This session is suitable as a follow-up for those who…

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Launch Club: Success metrics, legal foundations and next steps Workshop

  Launch Club is Ministry of Awesome‘s Startup Activation programme tailored for early-stage entrepreneurs who want to spend focused time developing their venture and defining their pathway to success. The programme is heavily interactive with each workshop led by sector experts on key business topics. Having a grip on your success metrics is key to running…

By | Wendy
Startup Breakfast Club: Jumpstart Your Startup in 2019

  The Breakfast Club is your monthly morning caffeine hit where you’ll find valuable social networks, gain business insight, and find the critical support to power your venture forward. As 2018 draws to a close, it’s time to reflect on the hard-work, successes (and perhaps failures) that saw you through the last 12 months, and…

By | Wendy
Tech Activator Sessions #37

Ministry of Awesome’s Tech Activator Sessions are made up of 20-minute mentoring sessions where tech entrepreneurs of all sizes and stages talk through their tech startup, venture or idea and get focused feedback from our Startup Activation Coordinator and a veteran panel of tech experts. This is your opportunity to use their expertise and networks to…

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Brother-sister duo build crypto investment platform

Source bizEDGE Sara Barker A brother and sister team is behind one of New Zealand’s newest cryptocurrency exchange platforms designed for everyday investors. Alan and Janine Grainger, who are seasoned cryptocurrency investors, came up with the concept after discovering that friends and family were also interested but they simply didn’t know where to begin. “We…

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Get ready for the biggest tax changes in a generation

Source bizEDGE Sara Barker The biggest tax changes in a generation are coming, and they will affect almost every business household and business across the country. Inland Revenue is about to ramp up a major public information and awareness and campaign to explain the changes, ahead of the April 2019 tax year. “For the first…

By | Wendy
The social enterprise sector comes of age

  From businesses doing good to charities running businesses and everything in between, social enterprise as an industry is growing up and holding its first national conference. In 1942 the New Zealand poet Allen Curnow wrote: “Simply by sailing in a new direction, you could enlarge the world.” He was talking about the first European explorers…

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Innovation Ecosystem Breakfast – 2 November 7-9 am

The 2nd annual Christchurch and Canterbury Innovation Ecosystem Breakfast  is now scheduled for 2 November, 7-9AM, at MoA’s new location in the Kahukura Building off Moorhouse Ave.  Please make sure you grab yourself a registration now via the Eventbrite page which is located here. What’s the secret to high-growth startup success? If you’re deep in the…

By | Wendy
Connect with Unreal Engine on Sunday 21st October in New Zealand

  Following up on recent stops in Melbourne and Adelaide, Epic Games is excited to announce that developers in both New Zealand and Australia can connect with us next week during special events designed to equip devs with tools to get started and grow in UE4: David Stelzer, Epic’s US-based Unreal Engine licensing manager; Chris Murphy,…

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SLI-Systems celebrates with a “carnival”

Yesterday the staff held a carnival. A gazebo was erected and festooned with lights, stuffed animals and confectionery galore. If you had a sweet tooth it was your dream come true. With a candy floss machine ably manned by Wayne producing pink and blue candy floss we remember from our childhood, a popcorn machine was…

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Remote working: The ticket to happier and healthier employees?

Businesses that allow employees to work remotely also reap the benefits of increased employee productivity, happiness and health, according to a new survey commissioned by LogMeIn. It found that many New Zealanders and Australians are opting to work remotely, and the concept of a standard eight-hour shift is on the decline. The survey polled 1000…

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Cyber criminals using lookalike online shopping domains to phish buyers

Machine identity protection provider Venafi has released research on the explosion of lookalike domains, which are routinely used to steal sensitive data from online shoppers. Venafi’s research analysed suspicious domains targeting the top 20 retailers in five key markets: the US, UK, France, Germany and Australia. As the rate of online shopping increases, customers are being…

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NZTech’s Graeme Muller on the R&D tax incentive

  NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller has stated that the new research and development tax incentive introduced today by the government will ‘go a long way to helping inject even more growth into the tech sector’. His full statement follows: “Given the aim of introducing an R&D tax incentive was to support a broader range…

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