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Chinese execs to experience 'wayfinding' approach to Maori business style
“We’ll be asking, what can Chinese bring for Māori, and what can Māori bring for Chinese? How can we strengthen and learn from each other?"
Samsung develop te Reo Māori language pack for printers
"Having the ability to operate the printers in te Reo Māori fits perfectly with the values of our organisation."
Ministry of Education and Hika bring te reo Maori to early education
New Zealand early education services (ECE) are eligible to receive free access to the Hika Lite Maori Language Application.
Blackboard recognises Maori as one of NZ's official languages
“With the Māori version of Blackboard we are helping even more students be successful in their day-to-day education and reach their academic goals.”
Winners of Kiwi entrepreneurial comp announced
“To be selected out of a group of more than 130 entrepreneurs is no small feat. Now the journey starts to turn these ideas into a business."
Technology used to revitalise indigenous culture
Technology can be used to preserve ancestral knowledge in formats that are relevant and accessible, according to Steven Renata, from Kiwa Digital.
Submissions wanted for DigMyIdea Māori Innovation Challenge
A new competition is calling on New Zealand’s top emerging entrepreneurs to submit their ideas for the DigMyIdea Māori Innovation Challenge.
Connected Learning Advisory enables Maori elearning
The Ministry of Education’s Connected Learning Advisory is helping New Zealand schools and Māori communities make the most of digital technologies.
Iwi extends education strategy with Computers in Homes
In partnership with Computers In Homes (CIH), an iwi at the top of the South Island has extended its Learning and Development strategy.
Core Education looks to empower Maori with e-learning
At the beginning of next month, Core Education is hosting an event called, ‘Modern Pathways to Raising Maori Achievement’.
Minister Flavell to push law review to drive Maori agribusiness
Maori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell expects to table legislation in the second half of next year to make it easier for Maori land owners t
Ngai Tamanuhiri partners with Fronde to connect tribes around New Zealand
Ngai Tamanuhiri, a tribe (iwi) in Gisborne, has invested in a technology solution known as Iwi Connect.
Callaghan Innovation accelerates Maori innovation with new GM
Government’s new high-tech HQ for kiwi business appoints Māori Economy GM to support and address the needs of Māori business to grow and be competitive in the global market.
Grants assist e-learning for Maori students
Grants to help advance Maori education and e-learning have been awarded to five schools from across New Zealand by Core Education.
Cash or spectrum? Maori remains undecided
After months of consultation, the New Zealand Maori Internet Society (NZMIS) says it has yet to decide whether to take the digital spectrum on offer, or go with the cash.
Microsoft's Maori commitment during 2012
Microsoft New Zealand continues their look back at 2012, remembering their work during the past twelve months.
First come first served for free Vodafone Maori app
Learning app available free for limited time during Maori words festival.
Microsoft launches Maori language packs
Kiwis learning or already fluent in te reo Maori will be able to immerse themselves in the language while working on their computers.
Canon wins Maori Trustee contract
Canon has won a contract to supply print and imaging products and software to the Maori Trustee.