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Crowd and community-driven ideas shine at Innes48 startup competition
Their ideas addressed the issues of a modern world and responded through taking a collaborative, community approach.
COMPETITION: Win an exclusive trip to the Houston Space Center courtesy of Dicker Data and Plantronics
The two companies are looking to reward their local resellers with a trip to 'Space City'.
Judges for 48-hour national startup competition announced
Categories are Most Viable Business, Most Innovative Idea and Best Pitch.
Bootcamp for startups tests entrepreneurial skills to the limit
Do you have entrepreneurial tendencies or tendons, where it’s a part of your body and you can’t do anything else?
New cartel law spurs release of ComCom's competitor collaboration guidelines
The updates to the guidelines are a result of amendments to the law – specifically the Commerce (Cartels and Other Matters) Amendment Act 2017.
Winner takes all - it's off to the Foo's for lucky Ruckus partner
CityLink named the winner for the second of three draws in the Ruckus Just Got Louder promo.
Kiwi digital leader recognised at Talent Unleashed Awards
MinterEllisonRuddWatts chief digital officer Nick Whitehouse has a unique history leading businesses through disruption and technology firsts.
Innovative bladder sensor scoops Callaghan’s wearable tech award
The C-Prize aimed to encourage people to push the boundaries of what’s possible through technology, and solve real-world challenges.
Over US$90,000 of prizes up for grabs in DJI x SkyPixel 2017 Photo Contest
New contest category calls for more creative storytelling possibilities from the growing 6 million SkyPixel members worldwide.
Kiwi finalists make the cut in 2017 Talent Unleashed Awards
Banqer, Lotto NZ, and MinterEllisonRuddWatts represent New Zealand as finalists in this year's Talent Unleashed Awards.
Over 6,000 schools take part in first Mathletics tri-nations challenge
The Mathletics Tri-Nations Challenge aimed to encourage students to have fun while improving mathematical fluency.
Final chance to make some cash with your art
This your last chance to make your voice heard and possibly win a share of $14,000...
Top 25 finalists announced for Richard Branson’s tech innovation competition
XTC is poised to welcome its largest pool of international contenders to date, representing countries such as Norway, Australia, Rwanda and Singapore.
Auckland Uni trading competition helps hone valuable real-world trading skills
This year’s competition was one of the most competitive and unpredictable, with eight teams all having an equal chance of winning close to the end.
Exclusive: Dicker Data announces 12 winners for TranzAlpine adventure
The winners will also get to enjoy a seven-course, six- beer degustation and factory tour of the popular craft beer Monteith’s Brewery.
Entries open for Visa’s payments solution competition
Visa’s Everywhere Initiative challenges startups to use Visa APIs to create consumer or business-to-business payments solutions.
Calling all green innovators – Entries for WWF Innovation Awards now open
The search is on for big, bold, game-changing ideas and new solutions to New Zealand’s greatest environmental challenges.
VR startup wins Create@Alibaba Cloud startup contest
Inspace XR demonstrated value in enhancing and powering the real estate, design and engineering industries.
Draw your way to $14,000 in the What’s Your Story? poster competition
Techday is proud to be supporting the What’s Your Story? poster competition...
Conservation innovation winner DroneCounts takes wildlife tracking to the next level
DroneCounts can GPS track and map the location of tagged endangered species and wildlife poachers.
Six finalists announced for Wellington Low Carbon Challenge
Entrants with an ability to make some real impact on waste, transport, or energy were the ones who stood out.
Startup bringing STEM workshops to more schools with Mercedes win
MindKits was established in December 2008 after seeing a lack of support for New Zealanders in learning robotics and physical computing.
Richard Branson’s worldwide startup competition extends deadline by two weeks
Branson’s Extreme Tech Challenge empowers entrepreneurs and their companies by providing them with visibility and resources.
Calling all creative students: $1000 cash prize up for grabs in Bright Awards
Media Design School is calling for entries in five broad categories - photography, graphic design, animation, app, and interactive.