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Video: Icehouse 10 year anniversary

18 Apr 2011

March 22nd saw The Icehouse celebrate its ten year anniversary at the Pullman hotel in Auckland.

"We brought together a wide range of people from our network including entrepreneurs, past graduates, current residents, angel investors and our corporate partners,” said the company. 

For those who don’t know, The Icehouse is a business growth centre which offers growth programmes for SMEs, a business incubator for Kiwi start-up companies and New Zealand's largest group of Angel Investors.

Guest speakers included Murray Thom (Personalised Plates and The Great NZ Song Book) and BNZ chief executive Andrew Thorburn. 

You can find a detailed playlist of interviews from the party here and a highlights clip below: 

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