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Kiwis, get on board: EdTech market explodes
EdTech for Export is hosting an eT4e conference this June in Wellington, with the aim of encouraging industry collaboration and networking.
Free coding workshop targets Kiwi high school students
These school holidays a free web coding workshop will take place at Upper Hutt Central Library for students 14 to 18 years old.
Wellington pitched as high tech capital to expat Sydneysiders
Grow Wellington chief executive Gerard Quinn says there are over 2000 job vacancies available in the Wellington region at present, many in the sectors of ICT, engineering, healthcare, accounting and government.
Grow Grow Grow your ICT in Wellington...
"We know there’s a shortage of technology talent in the region so we are working with businesses and central government agencies to find innovative ways of attracting people to live and work here."
Local work experience grows tech ambitions...
Grow Wellington and Summer of Tech are working together to connect students with local technology companies.
Capital-gains as ICT pros earn more in Wellington...
If you’re part of the tech sector in Wellington, the great news for employees is you’re likely to earn the most staying put in the capital.
NZ’s ed tech export growth boosted by global trends
Educational technology companies in NZ are being provided with big opportunities in export growth, thanks to worldwide trends in the sector.
ICT grad school ‘excellent’ says Grow Wellington
The ICT graduate school planned for Wellington is an initiative that is much-needed in the capital city, says Grow Wellington, the regional development agency.
NZ’s thriving edtech sector attracts investors
New Zealand is providing an entrepreneurial hot spot for the world’s education technology sector, says Jennifer Carolan, Head of the Californian NewSchools Seed Fund.
Wellington seeks overseas talent as IT industry explodes
"Globally, the IT sector is expected to keep growing phenomenally and Wellington is well poised to be a part of that."
Global high-tech pioneers choose Wellington (again)...
"Wellington is the perfect place to scale this company. There are so many world leaders in visual effects and digital media here. Wellington is the 3D capital of the world."
Wellington conference keeps NZ connected to global Ed Tech industry
This coming June Wellington will host the Ed Tech for Export 2014 (eT4e) conference, showcasing local talent and bringing experts in the global $86 billion education technology industry right to our doorstep.
Kiwi tech talent connects in Texas
"Technology is the fastest growing sector in New Zealand, but we are not keeping up with the appetite and need for qualified talent through producing it here alone."
Boot Camp to fast-track ICT workforce launches in Wellington
An innovative solution by way of an up-skilling boot camp to meet the growing demand for smart ICT workers in the Wellington region has been launched.
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