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NZ takes #2 spot in best markets for women entrepreneurs
New Zealand is second only to the United States for being the most conducive country to women’s entrepreneurship, a new report from Mastercard revealed today.
Sydney & Melbourne amongst world's top places for women entrepreneurs
"Every day I meet inspiring women in Australia and New Zealand, so it is heartening to see Sydney and Melbourne rank in the top 15 cities globally in our WE Cities Index report."
Venture Up accelerator kicks off this month
New Zealand’s aspiring leaders and entrepreneurs are about to put their best feet forward for the launch of the Venture Up 2019 youth accelerator this month.
Soda Inc celebrates Kiwi entrepreneurship
“Ninety seven percent of what you are holding on to as a founder can be delegated," says Jenene Crossan.
AU study looks at agritech challenges ahead
Barriers to adoption include infrastructure challenges such as a lack of connectivity, and the lack of strong value propositions.
Venture Up accelerator for young entepreneurs coming to Queenstown
The mountainous backdrop of Queenstown is set to become the location of Creative HQ’s newest 2019 Venture Up accelerator for young entrepreneurs.
New Kiwis Challenge celebrates migrant entrepreneurs
Beyond the New Kiwis Challenge, Zino is all about supporting both local and international talent.
Queensland footy mates raise $5m to grow social network app for travellers
Two footy mates from northern Queensland have now closed a capital raise of AU$5 million – all for their social network for travellers.
Kiwi locals can now share 'Experiences' with Airbnb travellers
Kiwis who fancy themselves local experts now have the chance to become ‘micro-entrepreneurs’ through Airbnb.
Tā Koha: The new crowdfunding programme for Māori businesses
Tā Koha will support Māori business and social ventures that wish to use ‘crowd power’ or whanau supporters to fund the kaupapa they care about most.
Homegrown success stories to speak at Canterbury Tech Summit
September 12 marks this year’s upcoming Canterbury Tech Summit, and organisers those lucky enough to attend will not be disappointed.
Tycoon game series teaches essential skills to run your own small business
Want to find out what it would be like to be the next tech tycoon? A new interactive game series might just teach you the skills to walk that path.
iDEAStarter celebrates New Zealand's young entrepreneurs
From ski innovation to horticulture, an emphasis on making people’s lives easier has netted two teams of entrepreneurs $10,000 each.
$10 million project launched to foster kiwi 3D printing startups
Multi-award winning professor Olaf Diegel will start with Auckland University’s Faculty of Engineering in early 2019.
New Zealand: A top five location for millennials to start a business
New Zealand has been ranked as one of the top three locations in the world for millennials who want to start a business.
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.
8 company mega-merger Trimantium GrowthOps debuts on the ASX
The listing follows a $70 million IPO, which values the company at approximately $143 million on a fully diluted basis.
AUT launches online course to support Kiwi entrepreneurship
The Practical Innovation and Entrepreneurship Paper (ENTR770) welcomed its first official intake of students on March 14.
IoT, AI and mobile gaming in the spotlight at startup festival
Over the next three days, more than 300 startups will congregate in Taiwan’s capital for three days full of innovation, networking, and fun.
Kiwi Landing Pad marks six-year milestone with six events
The Kiwi Landing Pad was established to help selected high growth New Zealand technology companies establish and grow their business in the USA.
Rotorua businesses advance into Accelerate programme
More than 100 organisations in Rotorua, Taupo and Kawerau have completed either Firestation’s Incubate and Accelerate since 2014.
Legal advice for startups: what to know from the get go
Chapman Tripp talks about the three major legal topics most vital to startups: founder agreements, intellectual property, and contracts.
Learn how to learn, find global opportunities - Xero CEO
Xero CEO Rod Drury invites the crowd Hawke’s Bay Young Professional (HBYP) Speaker Series to question him.
Find your superpower - pro entrepreneurship tips from MYOB
MYOB asks Masters of Entrepreneurship lecturers - what’s the biggest lesson you’ve learnt about entrepreneurship?