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New business incubator set to help Kiwi companies grow marketing efforts
T'is the season for accelerator programmes, with the launch of a new incubator designed to help SMBs and Kiwi companies grow their marketing efforts.
$100,000 up for grabs in new Flux Accelerator programme for 'most promising' tech startups
New Zealand tech startups have another avenue of funding available to boost their businesses, with the launch of Flux Accelerator.
Intel kicks restructure into hyper-drive
“These actions drive long-term change to further establish Intel as a leader. I am confident that we’ll emerge as a more productive company."
Microsoft Student Accelerator event kicks off in Auckland
"With the Microsoft Student Accelerator programme students develop deeper technical skills, but more importantly they learn how solve problems."
IDEAStarter: Giving budding young Auckland entrepreneurs a chance
“IDEAStarter is for people who want to dream up an idea, create new ways of doing things, and do something to transform their community."
Cognitive computing proves to be huge disruptive force
"The markets for these cognitively enabled applications and cognitive software platforms is just beginning, and IDC expects spending to accelerate."
Lightning Lab backs Kiwi start-ups thinking big
The Lightning Lab has announced the digital startups that will take part in the Lightning Lab 2016 Auckland Programme and the Wellington XX Programme.
The Icehouse signs trans-tasman partnership deal
The Icehouse and muru-D, the Australian start-up accelerator, have entered a partnership for the benefit of start-ups on both sides of the Tasman.
Microsoft's Week of Code campaign launches in NZ
Microsoft and the High Tech Youth Network’s ‘Week of Code’ campaign has officially kicked off in the Asia-Pacific region.
Auckland startup wins UK deal
Kiwi company selected for technology programme to turn idea for turning groups of people into giant screens into a reality.