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Tech Innovation & Collaboration In The Heart Of The City-Salt District

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Epic Innovation Christchurch

COVID-19 UPDATED SEPTEMBER 2020

As a result of the COVID-19 virus and for the safety of our tenants, all meeting rooms continue to remain closed to public events and external meetings.  Please check back in January 2021 for an update as we don’t envision running any events until this date.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Any enquiries please contact Campus Operations

operations@epicinnovation.co.nz

022 140 3510

 

EPIC is comprised of a unique blend of entrepreneurs, collaborators and innovators. Whether you’re seeking a quiet spot to delve into your workload or hungry for engagement with the local tech community, we’ve got the space to suit your needs.

Number of Events to date 1105
Number of Event Attendees to date 28325
Figures last updated 13 March 2020, entire EPIC lifespan estimation
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What We Do

Tenancy

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.

Meeting Rooms

EPIC has a selection of well kitted-out meeting rooms of different size and structures depending on how many participants are joining you. Rooms can include displays, whiteboards and video conferencing technology so please advise us as to your requirements!

Host An Event

EPIC is well suited to accommodate all manner of events from full scale presentations to focus groups, workshops and board meetings. Our events space is kitted out with a centrally connected media system, 4 large TV screens, HD Projector and two high end wireless microphone systems.

What People Say

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Collaboration Partners

Bank Of New Zealand

We’ve been helping our customers make their goals a reality for over 150 years, and now we’re working with them to redesign banking for the future.

Duncan Cotterill

If an enterprising law firm is one you favour, let’s talk about how Duncan Cotterill’s full service offering across Auckland, Wellington, Nelson and Christchurch can work for you.

Ministry of Awesome

Ministry of Awesome is the starting point for entrepreneurs, startups, and innovators in Christchurch. We deliver the support, guidance, capability training, and networks that entrepreneurs need to succeed.

Strengthen your connections with the Technology Industry to Attract
Talent and grow your business.

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