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Matariki: Bic Runga Live in the Great Hall

Critically acclaimed Kiwi musician Bic Runga, the first resident in The Arts Centre Te Matatiki Toi Ora’s newly restored Creative Residencies programme, is performing a special concert to raise funds for the centre’s ongoing post-quake restoration. The globally renowned musician is recognised as one of New Zealand’s most loved and treasured artists. Her many accolades…

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Techweek19 event – Smart cities – What are they and how can we get there?

  Venue – SIGNAL ICT GRADUATE SCHOOL, 181 HIGH ST, CHRISTCHURCH CENTRAL  When – TUESDAY 21 MAY 1:00PM – 2:30PM Free event Hear from one of NZ’s leading Smart City Practitioners, who explores how data and new technologies can make our cities smarter, safer places for us to live, work & play. What’s it all about?…

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Tech Marketers Group: Through the looking glass on Marketing Automation

Not your usual filtered view of marketing automation – our panel reflects on what they wouldn’t do, could they do it all over again. What’s it all about? We’re going through the ‘looking glass’ on marketing automation! One of the biggest challenges facing marketers in technology companies is how to make budgets go further. Marketing…

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Techweek19-20-26 May

Did you know? The Canterbury tech sector employs 15,000 people within the region, contributing a massive $2.4 billion to our GDP. New Zealand’s week-long festival of innovation, featuring diverse and exciting tech events, is fast approaching and new events are being added daily. Techweek19 showcases cutting edge technology and amplifies brilliant local ideas that are solving the biggest global…

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PITCH AND PIZZA

  Pitch & Pizza is an event for start ups who are looking for investment in the next two to six months. The event is a relaxed “dragons den” format with panellists from the Canterbury innovation ecosystem, providing Q&A on what is an investible pitch. The primary objective is to provide start ups with the…

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Startup Breakfast Club: Startup Accelerators

  Ministry of Awesome’s Startup Breakfast Club – powered by MYOB and sponsored by DHL – is your monthly morning caffeine hit where you’ll find valuable social networks, gain business insight, and find the critical support you need to power your venture forward. This month’s Breakfast Club’s theme is startup acceleration at all its stages….

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Concentrate Ltd presents-Growth Hacks for Tech Sales & Marketing Teams – Could you drive faster growth internationally?

We’ve crunched the numbers from our 2018 Market Measures survey so that your tech business can gain insight into how to grow through sales and marketing. At the upcoming Techweek festival, Concentrate’s CEO Owen Scott will be presenting the 9 growth hacks we’ve identified from analysing data from 300+ Kiwi tech companies in a 60 minute webinar. Growth Hacks for Sales…

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Limitless have a Part Time job vacancy

  Limitless is an organization with a mission to equip young New Zealanders to lead lives of passion and purpose. Founded in 2016, they run programs with an aspiration to empower young people for greater agency for their pathways to purposeful work – work that aligns with their strengths and values. They have developed and…

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IT Support for The Canterbury Muslim Community Trust (CMCT)

We are all reeling from the Mosque tragedy on the 15th of March and many in the Canterbury tech community have been asking how they can help the Muslim families and community. CMCT reached out to Canterbury Tech asking for help to implement information systems for their fast evolving projects. CMCT has identified 4 general projects that require…

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Wil McLellan on co founding EPIC

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CANTERBURY TECH COMMUNITY REMEMBERS…Tuesday 2nd April at Vodafone Xone.

LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER Join us at our upcoming monthly event on Tuesday 2nd April at Vodafone Xone. This will be a commemorative event for our Tech Community to remember the lives of the victims of the Christchurch Terrorist Attack, 15 March 2019. We will come together to acknowledge those we have lost, connect with each…

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Techweek19

Techweek19 is fast approaching and we would love to see a range diverse and exciting of events happening locally! Running from 20—26 May 2019 nationwide. Get involved! Techweek19 Key Dates 5 FEBRUARY | General Event Submissions Open 27 MARCH | Techweek19 Programme Launch and the start of the nationwide marketing campaign 8 APRIL | Event…

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Scale-Up New Zealand is set to speed up innovation and the growth of innovative businesses in Aoteoroa New Zealand.

Would you like your business to network better with funders, incubators, accelerators, multinationals and other businesses, both in NZ and overseas?  In April 2019 Callaghan Innovation will launch Scale-Up New Zealand, a free online platform that will showcase NZ’s vibrant innovation ecosystem to the world. Would you like your business to network better with funders, incubators,…

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Callaghan Innovation Student Grants Roadshow – 9 April, Christchurch

Helping recruit fresh skills and talent to drive innovation in your business. Are you in the market for additional staff to augment your current R&D team or access new skills to advance your product innovation? Callaghan Innovation’s Student Grants are a great way to access new expertise or take on a blue-sky project. The Callaghan…

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Christchurch tragedy-related scams and attacks

From Canterbury Tech On behalf of Cert NZ we have been asked to share this press please share to your own networks to spread as wide as possible CERT NZ has received reports of different opportunistic online scams and attacks in the wake of the tragic events in Christchurch last week. These reports include: online donation…

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Hi-Tech Awards

Tech, science and Mātauranga Māori: Vic Crone and Ian Taylor on the NZ Hi-Tech Awards and greater Māori representation in tech Entries for this year’s NZ Hi-Tech Awards close on Monday. Among the highest-profile categories: the Hi-Tech Kamupene Māori o te Tau (Māori Company of the Year). Tech, science and Mātauranga Māori are a powerful force, but…

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Come and join us for this informal panel discussion looking at policy-centred opportunities to support the local tech sector.

When: 19 March, 2:00 – 3:00 pm About this Event Join us for a brief discussion of public policy and what can be done to drive the tech sector forward. This will be a panel discussion where we hear from some key voices about how the government can support tech. Questions and opinions are welcome! Register…

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What is Cybersecurity & How Can You Protect Yourself?

Whether you’re shopping online for a loved one’s birthday or just keeping in touch with old friends, the Internet is where you will spend at least a small portion of your day. And with the internet comes all the dangers of internet usage. Phishing sites, scam and spam emails, malware, all of these terms may…

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Applications for incubation support are now open for the New Zealand Aerospace Challenge 2019!

Welcome to the New Zealand Aerospace Challenge 2019! We are excited about the innovative solutions that will no doubt come from this unique industry opportunity. Applications for incubation support are now open, so get your ideas in now. The challenge is open to businesses and individuals across the country who are ready to help create a…

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Gamers look to the cloud but consoles stay in control

Daily Telegraph UK At the very heart of the $206 billion gaming market, the console wars have raged for decades. From the febrile nineties face-off of Sega v Nintendo to the more recent three-way battle between Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo, the battle for supremacy under the television has driven video games to become the most…

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Fun stuff for your Club

Fun stuff for your Club Kendall Flutey on She Can Code. Kendall is the CEO of Banqer, a financial education platform that provides a hands-on environment for students to learn about money. Kendall was Young Māori Business Leader of the Year 2018, and now is Young New Zealander of the Year! She’s a brilliant role model for young Māori women…

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So I decided to run a Code Club

So I decided to run a Code Club… “I remember the look on the kids faces when things started to work and they were working on their programming projects. I remember the looks on the parents faces as they watched their kids bounding across the room towards a free computer to sit down and start…

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Code Club 4 Teachers

Code Club 4 Teachers Our Code Club 4 Teachers team spent four amazing days in Northland, running workshops with facilitators from Te Papa, University of Canterbury and Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko. Check out Project Manager Kate Allan’s story and photos from the experience. Code Club 4 Teachers provides fun, hands-on learning to help teachers get ready to teach the…

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Collett’s Corner

Collett’s Corner is New Zealand’s first equity crowdfunded community minded property development. It has been co-conceived, co-designed and now is the opportunity to own part of this pioneering development. The minimum investment is $100 (1 share), the maximum investment is 10% ownership of the company. The equity crowdfunding campaign is now open and closes March…

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ZIGZAG 101 Facebook for Business held last week at EPIC

Facebook For Business Workshop Thanks to the fabulous crew who joined my Facebook For Business Workshop today. Blackwells Mazda, Sandy Turner – Stylist, Boot Camp with Kaz, HarrisonBloy Plumbing & Bathrooms, EPIC Innovation Campus, The Speed Network Christchurch, More Of YouLots of tips, tricks and ideas shared and they've all been working on amazing content…

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Victoria Toastmasters in the City

FOMO? Do you have a Fear Of Missing Out, of failing to step up and grab opportunities in business work and life? Perhaps people tell you to go and “get more confidence”, like it’s next to the toothpaste at the supermarket. It’s not. WT…! Well, this is What Toastmasters is For! Toastmasters is an international…

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Marketing updates for Kiwi tech companies.

  Read Concentrate’s February newsletter for the latest on marketing bots and other cool MarTech, how Kiwi tech companies compare to US tech companies when it comes to lead generation, and more. https://hubs.ly/H0gyMhs0

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Event submissions are now open for Techweek19!

Our new website is now live and event submissions are open for Techweek19! Techweek19 will be running from 20-26 May this year, and is the world’s only nationwide festival of innovation — showcasing New Zealand as a place where leading solutions to some of the biggest global challenges are born. Techweek events vary from major conferences…

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Summer Sprint @Ara: Demo Evening

Ministry of Awesome’s Summer Sprint @Ara is a week-long startup accelerator programme for Ara Institute of Canterbury’s student entrepreneurs. The programme will assist students in developing their business concept through to market readiness. In this hands-on and interactive programme, student entrepreneurs will be surrounded by the best and brightest minds from the business world and the…

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New Zealand’s tech community picks their top trends to look out for in 2019

By IDEALOG, 01 Feb 2019 As part of  Idealog spotlight on the year ahead, they reached out to a few key players in the tech industry, such as Paymark, The Icehouse, Callaghan Innovation, Soul Machines, Fintech NZ and Method, to see what trends and categories they think will be dominating the tech sector in 2019 and why. Here are their…