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ShadowTech Teachers 2022

ShadowTech Teachers is an innovative programme to ensure teachers have the knowledge to guide ākonga into tech careers.

March 1 @ 12:00 am - June 30 @ 12:00 am
10 - 06

Primary Industries New Zealand Awards

Celebrating the success of New Zealand Primary Industries and its supporters 6 July 2022, Cordis, Auckland Join us at this occasion to shine a spotlight on the important role the primary sector plays in the economy and honour the most successful and innovative primary industry producers and supporters. Awards Now Open ENTER NOW Award Categories Outstanding Contribution to NZ’s Primary Industries Primary Industry Emerging Leader Award Primary Industries Producer Award Primary Industry Innovation & Collaboration Project Award Primary Industries Science…

March 10 @ 8:00 am - July 6 @ 5:00 pm
17 - 21

We See Tomorrow First — REGIONAL WORKSHOPS

Join NZTech, NZ Story and New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) to discover New Zealand’s brand new Tech Story, We See Tomorrow First, and find out how it can have a long lasting, positive impact on our growing tech sector. Looking for talent?  Need to raise funds?  Want to sell more? You’re not alone. Most New Zealand tech businesses are facing these challenges.  We See Tomorrow First, the New Zealand Innovation and Technology Story, is the beginning of a journey to overcome them.…

May 17 @ 9:00 am - June 21 @ 12:30 pm
18 - 15

Ōtara 4.0 – Māori and Pasifika Creative Tech Speaker Series

Māori and Pasifika only represent about 2% of those working in the creative tech sector. We all want this to change. Ōtara 4.0 is a series of exciting and innovative Talanoa sessions allocated over five consecutive Wednesday evenings in May and June 2022. Each guest from the creative technologies sector will share their career stories and provide insights into their chosen career path. In addition to having a background in creative technologies, all speakers will be of Māori or Pacific…

May 18 @ 3:00 pm - June 15 @ 5:00 pm
HealthTech Activator event
24 - 25

Introduction to Knowing your Customer and your Market workshop | HealthTech Activator

The HealthTech Activator’s (HTA) next in-person market validation workshop, an Introduction to Knowing your Customer and your Market, takes place on 24-25 May in Auckland. Workshop overview This interactive workshop will help you: Reframe an offering from a product- or technology-centric perspective to a customer-centric perspective; Create a Job-To-Be-Done customer motivation canvas; Create a value proposition based on customer problems and challenges; Create a set of customer attribute assumptions to be validated; Manage data collection for validation. The workshop is…

May 24 @ 1:00 pm - May 25 @ 12:00 pm
26 May

TechLeaders Briefing Session | Digital Priorities Report 2022

This is an invitation only event. Please contact craig.young@techleaders.nz if you would like more information on this event.

May 26 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
31 - 01

Join us for the Seamless ME conference in Dubai in partnership with NZTE

Seamless is a global 2-day conference in Dubai covering the latest trends and technologies shaping the payments, fintech, retail and e-commerce world. It features 300+ speakers, 1000+ attendees annually and is a key meeting place for leaders and start-ups in the fintech industry that are either seeking investment or looking for new business partnerships. Why attend? This conference is a great opportunity for New Zealand companies to get their finger on the pulse of the fintech sector in the UAE:…

May 31 - June 1
Emerging Carbon Economy
01 - 02

The Emerging Carbon Economy

What are the opportunities and pitfalls for farmers in the emerging carbon economy and what can we expect from regulated and unregulated markets?

June 1 - June 2
02 Jun

Discover South Africa’s burgeoning tech sector

South Africa offers considerable market opportunities for New Zealand companies Its tech sector is valued at US$6 billion The city of Cape Town is a global hub for tech, with a strong culture of innovation, attractive talent pool and government incentives. It is deemed to be a gateway into Africa more broadly Cape Town has been ranked first in Africa by the Financial Times for economic potential, start-up status and business friendliness. It has 450 tech firms Pre-COVID-19 progress in…

June 2 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
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