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Message to our community

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The Canterbury Tech community are devastated by recent events. In the senseless killing of Atta Elayyan, we lost one of the stalwarts of the local tech community. He epitomized passion and love for his craft and was always looking to inspire and better, not only himself but those around him.

Do you want to speak at the HiNZ Conference?

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Call for Abstracts 2019 HiNZ Conference, 20-22 November 2019, Claudelands, Hamilton This is your chance to get a slot on the programme. Making a submission is simple and there are three submission types to choose from: Scientific Abstract Clinical Case Study Digital Health Idea Submissions close at midnight, Wednesday 15

Sky’s no Limit

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Published 20 February 2019, Style Magazine Gaynor Stanley spoke with some thought-leaders around town as to why Christchurch is soaring towards the stratosphere when it comes to tech industries and entrepreneurs. In case you hadn’t been paying attention, a new business scene has been quietly emerging in the resurgent Christchurch

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY – 8 March 2019

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#BalanceForBetter. How will you celebrate women’s achievements on Friday, March 8, while calling for a more gender-balanced world? Christchurch and Nationwide events include: Thursday 7th March International Women’s Day – 5.30pm to 7.30pm – ChCh Art Gallery Friday 8th March Breakfast Event – 7.30am to 9am – Duncan Cotterill Broadly Speaking – 6pm to

Call for 2019 Committee Nominations

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Canterbury Tech is calling for nominations for the 2019 Canterbury Tech committee. There is one (1) position to be elected. Voting will take place from 28 January – 3 February 2019 via an online voting platform. Each individual member or member company is entitled to one vote each. We hope

The new Christchurch style: Old boys out, entrepreneurs in

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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

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