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French Embassy Call for “French Related Research Projects 2021” (F2RP 2021)

The F2RP 2021 call for applications is now open until 30 July 2021 to support the attendance or the development of a France-related scientific project or event by a New Zealand-based researcher, student, institution, or association. Grants up to $10 000 will be awarded to support expenses. Eligibility ■     The proposal must be submitted by a…

What became of the transitional project movement in Christchurch’s rebuild?

The transitional movement – Gap Filler, Greening the Rubble and so forth – made Christchurch globally famous. Will Harvie looks back at how it emerged. It’s hard to believe now that for a time the most famous building in Christchurch was made from 3000 blue shipping pallets, open to the sky. It lasted just 16…

Office Space to Lease

A rare opportunity to join the EPIC community has become available. We are currently open to enquiries from tech focussed teams and entrepreneurs to become part of our thriving business hub. EPIC is about growing tech businesses. A testament to our mission, one of our foundation tenants has seen steady growth in their team size…

Canterbury Innovators Post-Quake

After the earthquakes, Christchurch businesses were forced to take risks and work together to overcome shared challenges. That collaboration helped drive and fuel innovation in the city — something epitomised by the story of EPIC and its tenants.   Inside the high-ceilinged, wooden Enterprise Precinct and Innovation Campus (EPIC) building are hundreds of people working…

New World and Ministry of Awesome have started the search for New Zealand’s food and beverage product superstars!

FoodStarter competition supersizes providing boost to supplier community in 2021 New World and Ministry of Awesome have started the search for New Zealand’s food and beverage product superstars, this year with an additional category for small suppliers and a supersized prize package which includes the priceless opportunity for the winners to range their products in…

Seeds Podcast Reaches 200th Episode

Almost 3 years ago in September of 2017, Michelle Sharp, CEO of Kilmarnock Enterprises, was the first interviewee on a locally produced podcast that has since gained over 75,000 listeners. Last Monday, Seeds released its 200th episode.  Seeds is hosted by Steven Moe from Parry Field Lawyers. At its heart, the series is about telling…