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Diversify or fail: Govt. puts $8m towards women in tech grants
“Australian businesses will fail to reach their full potential unless we create diverse and inclusive workplaces."
Founder of the Tech Girls movement wins entrepreneur award
“This is where the economic prosperity of our nation will be created into the future.”
Empowering indigenous communities driving force for EHF Fellow
Kaye-Maree Dunn wants her work to inspire indigenous people internationally, starting in New Zealand.
The ethics of smart devices: A conversation with the #1 IoT influencer in the world
We build things that might be terrific for business, but does it create a world for ourselves that we’re happy with?
Let’s not sugarcoat it - MYOB's top tips for 'parentpreneurs'
“Parentpreneurs”, or, business owners with children, tend to have a different opinion of what success looks like.
Carpool Coaching: Business mentoring inspired by Carpool Karaoke
The first video of the campaign has reached over 70,000 people, getting 42,000 views, 11 shares and counting.
Exclusive interview: Elanation battles child obesity & anxiety with tech
78% of kids who search the internet for content end up frustrated, confused or anxious because that sea of content is so overwhelming.
Digital wedding planner app wins Christchurch Startup Weekend
Binder helps brides and grooms-to-be plan their weddings with all the service of a human wedding planner and the convenience of a smartphone.
Te Papa’s innovation hub challenges entrepreneurs to develop innovative sports experiences
Mahuki is focusing the development of innovative tools to help cultural institutions tell their stories of sporting identity.
So you want to be an entrepreneur: What they never tell you when you start out
Adam Smith breaks down what the path ahead looks like if you've decided entrepreneurship is for you.
Grow quickly or fail fast – Christchurch gears up for sold-out Startup Weekend
The intensive business accelerator requires entrepreneurs to conceptualise, test, and build the foundations of a new business in just 54 hours.
ATEED launches competition to turn young entrepreneurial ideas into reality
Winners in two different age categories between 15 and 24 years old will receive $10,000 in business start-up support.
HCF Demo Day: Aussie health tech entrepreneurs gear up to pitch ideas
The program process includes pitching ideas to a team of investors and 12 week course where participants develop their minimum viable product (MVP).
Hello Alice: An AI-based virtual advisor for women entrepreneurs
The current start-up ecosystem continues to cycle resources among a very small percentage of well-connected entrepreneurs, making it difficult for les
Applications conclude for first round of entrepreneurial work visa pilot
The Global Impact Visa is a three-year open work visa allowing entrepreneurs to work and live in New Zealand, limited to 400 applicants.
Business events set to showcase Auckland’s entrepreneurial potential to World Masters athletes
“The city and its economy are transforming – and there are plenty of investment and work opportunities,” ATEED says.
Christchurch: Social enterprise forum showcases Pacific leadership
“Within our diverse Pacific cultures, a uniting theme is the importance of reciprocity within our communities."
It's full steam ahead for New Zealand's 'Kiwi Connection' in Vietnam
Vietnam-based tech hub “Kiwi Connection” has attracted 100 participants in the last nine months - its hub director says there's much more to come.
The Icehouse names the six tech startups in this year's Flux Accelerator programme
The Icehouse has picked the six lucky tech startups that will be participating in its Flux Accelerator programme this year.
BNZ opens co-working space in Christchurch – and it’s free!
The space is bolstered by the fact there is Wi-Fi, printing and perhaps best of all, free coffee. All you need to do is bring your laptop.
Kiwi innovators: Entries for the Māori innovation comp close soon
The competition aims to attract more Māori to the digital economy by helping emerging innovators turn their creative ideas into reality
Kiwi competition aims to stimulate economic involvement & innovation in Māori
“Ideas should have the potential to create economic opportunities for Māori and other New Zealanders, as well as be considered for the export market."
Got a good start-up or idea? The UK is looking for you
The UK’s Department for International Trade is looking for Australian and New Zealand companies to participate in the Startup Games.
Kiwi company launches to help others do the same
This company has the goal to make it affordable for entrepreneurs to set up their own business and to give existing small businesses a boost.