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Icehouse event for start-ups

19 Jul 2010

The Icehouse is currently running a series of First Wednesday events (held on the first Wednesday of every month) for small business owners or entrepreneurs looking to understand the steps to start-up business success.

The Icehouse describes itself as a business growth centre that runs programmes for SMEs as well as a business incubator for start-ups.

It’s a collaborative partnership between The University of Auckland Business School, The Boston Consulting Group, Telecom and Gen-i, BNZ, Ernst & Young, HP, and Microsoft.

The events are free to attend but they only cater for 25 spots per month. October’s event is currently open for registration.

Hit this link for more details.

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