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Innovation network to launch in Auckland

14 May 2012

Local industry group Auckland ICT Cluster is holding a special event next week to launch its Mosaic Innovation Network, a ‘national network of innovation accelerators’ that ‘supports digitally enabled innovation in industries of both regional and national importance’.

Speakers at the event, being held on Thursday May 17 at the Simpson Grierson offices on Shortland Street, will be representatives from Unitec, crown research institute Industrial Research Limited (IRL), and the Future Cities Institute.

According to the launch blurb, Mosaic will support innovation be facilitating and articulating the needs of New Zealand SMBs and taking a collaborative approach to realising these opportunities.

Attendance at the event costs $25. Go here to register.

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