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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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OnSide

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

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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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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…

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The Tahi Rua Toru Tech Challenge is now open

Sign in to see how your for school, kura and code club can get involved. Most students participate in the 123Tech Challenge as a classroom activity, however you can also enter through your local Code Club (check out codeclub.nz for more information). How to get involved

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Applications open now for Lightning Lab Tourism

This year the nationwide business accelerator will be run right here – out of Christchurch International Airport. Up to 10 ventures will be accepted onto the programme to help build a sustainable tourism industry in New Zealand. For more information, or to apply for Lightning Lab Tourism visit: www.lightninglab.co.nz/tourism/ Lightning Lab Lightning Lab is New…

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GGJNext – The Jam – early March 2019!

Find out how you can become involved https://ggjnext.org/jam

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Global Game Jam® – Christchurch 2019 January 25 @ 8:00 AM – January 27 @ 5:00 PM

The Global Game Jam® (GGJ) is the world’s largest game jam event (game creation) taking place around the world at physical locations. Think of it as a hackathon focused on game development. It is the growth of an idea that in today’s heavily connected world, we could come together, be creative, share experiences and express ourselves…

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Startup Breakfast Club: Financial Health

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By | Wendy
What lies inside Rocket Lab’s secret US military contracts?

Author Ollie Neas | Guest writer- The Spinoff Rocket Lab is a celebrated New Zealand success story, with a stated mission to open access to space and improve life on Earth. Yet many of its key contracts are with the US military and their suppliers. Ollie Neas reports on the dark side of a local business hero….

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Winners of Future City Activators Hackathon Secure Funding from Christchurch City Council

  Wai Watch were the winners of our recent Future City Activator hackathon with their solution to curb Christchurch’s extraordinarily high residential water usage.  After many months of working closely with Christchurch City Council’s Innovation and Sustainability Committee, we are so pleased to be able to congratulate the Wai Watch team for securing funding for their first pilot…

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AWS Startup Day coming soon!

DATE AND TIME Wed 12 December 2018 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM LOCATION Ministry of Awesome, Kahukura Building, Ara Institute Campus, Madras Street, Christchurch 8011 View Map Come and learn from the Amazon Web Services NZ team about how Startups thrive and grow on AWS.  They’ll be in town on Wednesday, 12 December and hosted by Canterbury…

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Astrolab launches $20million runway for tech startups

Astrolab is making a special appearance at  Coffee and Jam on Tuesday, 4 December to announce their new startup high-tech fund to Christchurch and Canterbury innovators.  If this sounds like you and your team and you believe in your tech, get down to Coffee and Jam at 1230 on Tuesday, 4 December to hear from…

By | Wendy
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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