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ZeroPoint Ventures helps startups make a 0.Sprint to business progress
ZeroPoint Ventures has officially wrapped up its 0.Sprint mini-accelerator programme, which is designed to boost business progress in a single week.
Vodafone xone rallies Class of 2018 for launch
Vodafone has announced its upcoming Vodafone xone class of 2018, as it gets set to take nine of New Zealand’s best tech-based startups global.
Rotorua's Firestation seeks 10 businesses for growth challenge
Firestation is located in Rotorua’s central business district and will run its ACCELERATE business training programme next month.
Entries open for third cohort of Te Papa’s culture-tech accelerator
Now in its third year, Mahuki has a strong reputation for developing leading digital businesses for the culture and heritage sector.
Moment of truth for fintech accelerator participants
“The startups this year are a step up again from the ventures involved in the inaugural accelerator."
New one-week accelerator aims to derisk ventures faster
"This format allows a real venture to test quickly whether what they’re thinking of doing is the right direction, and if not, pivot much faster."
Kiwi company chosen for women-only Aus tech accelerator
RIP Global is a cloud-based expense reporting and bookkeeping solution.
Vodafone xone accelerator calling for AI and IoT innovators
Eight startups will receive a total package valued at more than $150,000 including seed-funding and access to world-class technology.
Ground-breaking Maori accelerator Kokiri begins in Hamilton
Kōkiri recognises that Māori have strong links to place, which may have been a barrier to participation in mainstream accelerators.
Victory to NSW as new Microsoft accelerator programme announced in Sydney
Last July, the NSW Government committed $35 million to create a leading startup and innovation hub.
Kiwibank Fintech Accelerator announces participants of latest cohort
Companies are using blockchain to manage payments, creating chatbots, helping freelancers fulfil their tax obligations, and much more.
SheStarts alumni discuss wins and challenges post-accelerator
“One of the benefits of being in an accelerator program is that even once you finish the formal process, you’re not evicted.”
GovTech accelerator invites startups to disrupt the public sector
Lightning Lab GovTech accelerator will launch in mid-2018 with a cohort of up to 10 local and international teams.
Accelerator helps social enterprises get marginalised employees into work
Launchpad Work is an accelerator for enterprises wanting to provide jobs or training for those who face the greatest barriers to work.
Christchurch entrepreneur accelerates with Kokiri
Logan Williams has been selected to take part in the startup accelerator programme to help turn his ideas into an innovative business.
Kiwi fintech startups need to focus more on Asian markets
Kiwi startups can learn much from what’s happening in Fintech markets in China, India and Vietnam.
Change accelerator participants making positive social impact
New Zealand has some statistics we can’t be proud of right now, statistics around youth suicide, around homelessness, around incarceration.
Digital accelerator ZeroPoint Ventures announces first cohort participants
New Zealanders want to build ventures where they live and work, to create strong regional economies and remain in their local support networks.
Vodafone accelerator supporting solutions making a difference for vulnerable youth
Five community organisations from around the country have been selected for the Vodafone Foundation’s inaugural Change Accelerator programme.
Lightning Lab Demo Day set to showcase electricity innovation
The lightbulb moments from will provide interesting insight into the future of the country’s electricity market.
Melbourne soliciting accelerator programmes to fill 500 Startups gap
LaunchVic is seeking to invest up to AU$3mil per application in the best Australian or international accelerators and teams with proven track record.
Māori entrepreneurs invited to take part in first govt-supported accelerator programme
Kōkiri is the name of New Zealand’s very first government-supported business accelerator programme for Māori, and it's looking for 10 participants.
New business programme focuses on alternate model to scale startups
Rather than the traditional get-investment-ready approach, the Sprint Launch programme will instead focus on early revenue and customer acquisition.
Innovators in Te Papa’s accelerator to connect cultures to their taonga
The nine teams are commencing the four-month Mahuki programme which is based at Te Papa.
The crucial guide to deploying a SIEM solution successfully
SIEM solutions have far-reaching benefits, but Gartner says there are a lot of factors to consider to avoid disaster - here's the company's guide.
Whitepaper: How to make sure your security architecture keeps up with surging network speeds
The annual cost of cybercrime is expected to exceed US$6t by 2021 with a large contributor being the sheer amount of data that requires processing.
The six golden keys to successful identity assurance
When someone tries to access your internal systems, how can you be sure a user is who they claim to be?
Whitepaper: How to explain why IT security needs more budget
Do you want to convince your higher-ups that IT and security need more budget?
A step-by-step guide to starting the security discussion with your executives
Your organisation has “jewels” in your servers and critical endpoints: Data.