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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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Connected Product Design for Innovators

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New Zealand Game, VR and App Developers

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Want more sales leads, more qualified, more often?

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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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Cloud based sales, copywriting, scheduling and finance solution for radio advertising

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Eagle Protect

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

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New Zealand Business and IT Consultants

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Flexibility and professionalism are the cornerstone of our services

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GymMaster member management software

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Developing smarter business and accounting automation software.

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Meta Digital

Bespoke Web Design and Development

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OnSide is a Canterbury-based agritech startup attempting to build the worlds most advanced biosecurity system.

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Signal ICT Graduate School

Grows and develops tech professionals for NZ

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Corporate training platforms, tools and innovation

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

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Expert software programmers and consultants

Latest Tenant Articles

By | Meta Digital
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…

By | Epic
HealthTech Supernode Challenge

  We’re less than 2 weeks away from the application closing date for the HealthTech Supernode Challenge! The Challenge is looking for New Zealand’s most innovative healthtech solutions, whether you’re at the idea stage or have a developed product. If you are still on the fence, NOW is the time to take that leap of…

By | Epic
Survivor City: How space flights could reinvigorate the Christchurch economy

Future strategist and business consultant Roger Dennis welcomes the supernodes. “There’s little point in trying to spin up something entirely new in a crisis, it’s much more logical to look for existing strengths and capabilities that you can support.”  Read more here

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Additional funding available for business advice and support

Information from ChristchurchNZ More Canterbury businesses will be able to access specialist support following the government’s announcement of an additional $40 million in advisory funding. Read the full article and find out more, including how to apply, here. The funding means small to medium businesses can access specialist advice and support across a number of…

By | Epic
Challenge aims to position Christchurch as NZ’s centre of health innovation

PRESS RELEASE EMBARGOED UNTIL MONDAY, 29 JUNE 2020 Ōtautahi Christchurch aims to become the home of health tech innovation in New Zealand with the HealthTech Supernode Challenge, opening Monday 29 June. With a total prize pool across multiple categories valued at over $340,000, there are plenty of reasons to enter the HealthTech Supernode Challenge. This…

By | Epic
The Garden City battled back after a series of massive localised disasters. Now NZ faces a national one.

Extract from article published by Stuff on 13/06/2020. “One that comes to mind is a somewhat infamous meeting that the then minister Stephen Joyce gate-crashed back in 2012. Christchurch’s Central Development Unit had been given 100 days to prepare a “blueprint for action”. This saw a high-powered congregation of Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet,…

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Grow Ō Tautahi Christchurch Garden Festival – Garden Festival dates set for 2021

Grow Ō Tautahi, Christchurch’s very own Garden Festival, will return in 2021 – with dates locked-in for the free, three-day festival celebrating gardening, homegrown food, sustainability and education.  Organisers confirmed today the Festival will be held 12-14 March 2021 in the Christchurch Botanic Gardens. The 2020 event was cancelled just days before it was due…

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Starlifter.Dev Show featuring Jamie from Meta Digital

“EPIC Innovation features in the latest episode of the Starlifter.Dev Show! Benet Hitchcock chats with Jamie Hamilton, Creative Director at Meta Digital about making CD-ROMs, what’s changed in the Christchurch web scene over the years and how 2020 is shaping up.” Benet ‘Dr’ Hitchcock Starlifter.NZ Internet | Audio Email: Mobile | Signal ::  +64…

By | Epic
Grow Ō Tautahi with Christchurch!

There’s something for everyone at Christchurch’s FREE, three day garden festival – Grow Ō Tautahi. Celebrity chefs, how-to workshops, garden exhibits, science and sustainability talks, a kids’ zone, plants, flowers, entertainment and much more!  Christchurch Botanic Gardens, 20-22 March 2020 – see you there! Grow Ō Tautahi, Christchurch Garden Festival, will showcase creativity, innovation and…

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Trade Me New Zealand Innovator of the Year Award

The Award recognises inspiring Kiwis whose game-changing discoveries, research or inventions are driving our country forward. The three finalists for the first Trade Me New Zealand Innovator of the Year Award have been announced, and they’re all awesome! From developing world-leading wireless charging technology, to designing a machine that treats cancer, to using virtual reality…

By | Epic
Seven simple tips to keep hackers at bay

source NZ Herald 13/2/20   Seven easy ways to keep safer online: 1. Use a different password for every service. 2. If you have trouble remembering dozens of different logons, InternetNZ’s inhouse security expert recommends investing in password manager software, like LastPass, which will auto-generate and auto-fill passwords for multiple websites. 3. The longer and…

By | Epic
Rocket Lab chosen by NASA to launch Pathfinder Mission to the Moon

source NZ Herald 15/2/20 Rocket Lab has been selected by NASA as the provider for a small satellite mission to the same lunar orbit targeted for Gateway. Gateway is an orbiting outpost that astronauts would visit before descending to the surface of the Moon in a landing system as part of NASA’s Artemis program. The…

By | Epic
Salt District presents The SALTY Buskers Club

  This guy? MulletMan is your Salty Busker MC, expert in leave-in conditioner and a big Chch fave who's been keeping us all close to doing little laughy wees since double-popped collars were a thing. 😜 Posted by SALT District on Thursday, February 6, 2020 READY YOUR LAUGH-HOLE cos stuff just got way more buskery,…

By | Epic
Grow Ō Tautahi Christchurch Garden Festival

Quirky science will help broach tough issues at Grow Ō Tautahi- March 20-22-FREE ENTRY-Christchurch Botanic Gardens  “Ever wanted to know if a cow is smiling? Or how you can make your car run on food waste from the rubbish dump?” Grow Ō Tautahi Science Ambassador Trevor Stuthridge is keen to share cool science alongside research…

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West Coast tech firms and iwi get Provincial Growth Fund cash boost

The Government has pledged almost $2.2 million for pounamu and technology industries on the West Coast. Under Secretary for Regional Economic Development Fletcher Tabuteau made the funding announcement at Waitangi Day commemorations in Hokitika on Thursday He said the Provincial Growth Fund (PGF) would be giving $800,000 to Development West Coast for a Grey District Regional Digital Hub and an…

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