This article is supplied by LEW KAI PING from BIZEDGE, MARCH 20, 2018 Christchurch is one step closer to solutions for the city’s future challenges thanks to a 48-hour hackathon, hosted by Ministry of Awesome, which brought the best and brightest tech minds in Canterbury together at Epic Innovation Campus from March 16 to March […]
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Our monthly speaker blog series picks up on themes that were discussed at our Cluster networking events. This month Steven Moe shares his expertise in Social Enterprise. For your free copy of the Social Enterprise in New Zealand handbook, please contact Steven. One of the interesting things about being involved in a relatively new sector like […]
This blog post is brought to you by Mark Denholm from The Talent Hive. Specialists in connecting IT & Engineering professionals with the right career opportunities. Christchurch’s tech sector is proud to be world class, connected and creative. The Talent Hive has been working on a blog series with a number of Tech employers in the region […]
Our monthly speaker blog series picks up on themes that were discussed at our Cluster networking events. This month Shary Vargo from Vargo + Lewis shares her insight into agile career paths. In days gone by a career path was linear, there was a hierarchy to work your way up and a perceived sideways or […]
How will healthcare be provided in over 10+ years? What part will technology play in the transformations that will occur through to the year 2030? This event will focus on models of care, and how they will change and be delivered. The presentations will have a clinical and patient outcome focus whilst highlighting how […]
A key characteristic of so-called ‘exponential technologies’ is that they change what is possible extremely quickly – and it can be fascinating to observe how fast or slowly governments react. Lawyer Steven Moe looks at the developing world of space law, and questions whether similar moves are needed for other exponential technologies on our immediate […]
Entries are now open for the 2018 NZ Hi-Tech Awards View all the categories on the Hi Tech website. Entering the Hi-Tech Awards gives you: Recognition Publicity Networking Opportunity to refine your value proposition Exposure to investors Entries are securely reviewed by our panels of local and international judges; it’s a great opportunity to get […]
As a member of Canterbury Tech, you are being offered the 2017 Market Measures report for only $70* (worth $375) Click here to download the 2017 Market Measures report for just $70 by clicking BUY NOW and entering the code growtech2 at the checkout. In this report we uncover how New Zealand tech companies can sell […]
At the end of this year we will be saying a sad farewell to the following committee members: Geoff Brash Secretary Andy Poulsen Deputy Chair Mandeep Kaur Member Simon Rees Associate Member Kevin Alcock Associate Member Paul Burke Ex-Officio Member We are lucky to have the following committee members committed for 2018: David Carter Stratos Vaughan […]
Thursday 2 November 2017 ARANZ Geo announced today that the company is changing its name to Seequent. The name change and rebrand reflects the company’s expansion into a broader range of global industries and markets. Seequent leads the world in visualisation of complex scientific data. It first introduced its Leapfrog® 3D geological modelling software to the […]
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