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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
HPE invests $140m to help boost start-ups within new APJ headquarters
At the opening of its new Asia Pacific and Japan headquarters in Singapore, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) unveiled their InnovateNext program.
Rotary Club and Ākina Foundation team up to kick-start social enterprise
Now in its third year running, there is $10,000 cash to be won to help kick-start social enterprises - last year was an online NCEA tutorial platform.
120 Japanese leaders coming to town to invest in aspiring NZ businesses
An opportunity for Auckland and its ambitious businesses to forge closer economic ties with a major trading partners is soon coming to town.
Rotorua business program ‘Incubate’ helps start-ups take off
“I had some amazing businesses in the programme with me that I could draw off their experience,” McKenzie says.
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
How an efficient office can attract a good client
Rather than saying yes to anyone with an open wallet, what if we created businesses that actively attracted the type of clients we want to work with?
Have you forgotten about directory listings for local search?
Yet again, Google has changed its search page layout - the right sidebar went last week…. Now does that matter for your business or not?
Kiwi cloud software start-up sets its sites on North America
Datagate Innovation has raised more than one million dollars in capital as it gears up to to enter the North American 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.
Young Kiwi declined Harvard to pursue start-up dream
“The company’s evolution hasn’t just been by growth, but also our direction and business model."
NZ’s tech export sector is booming – who are the ones to watch?
The results of the recently released annual TIN100 Report revealed what tech companies, start-ups and even geographies are performing the best.
Five reasons you should attend The Point 2016
On 8 & 9 November, Auckland will host financial services & payments professionals, Kiwi fintech startups & international experts at The Point 2016.
Rise of digital start ups could be the end for other industries
"Now is the time to accelerate their digital transformation journey beginning with IT transformation."
Three new accelerator programmes launched to help Kiwi tech start ups
"The NZ tech sector is growing rapidly and making a big contribution to our strengthening economy."
NZ’s first FinTech Accelerator unveiled to help Kiwi start-ups soar
It has been released to turn great ideas into fledgling businesses and help NZ grow its share of a burgeoning global $1 trillion (NZD) industry.
New program launched to support new entrepreneurs and migrants in NZ
A new program has been launched to support new entrepreneurs and migrants in establishing their first business in New Zealand.
The Point 2016 – an A to Z of digital disruption in payments
Find out how the payments industry is being disrupted at The Point 2016, New Zealand’s only industry-wide payments conference.
Calling all fintech startups – get in front of key players, potential partners and investors
If you’re part of a fintech startup with the potential to transform the financial services industry, then Payments NZ wants to help you.
Getting the job done with new software for agricultural sector
"In speaking to others in the industry, it was reassuring to know that I was not the only farm operator feeling the pressure,"
NZ Government invites entrepreneurs to our shores with new visa
The New Zealand Government is launching a new global impact visa that is designed to encourage entrepreneurs to set up shop in this country.
Aussie tech start-up acquired by GE, sets sights on bigger markets
“Our combined strengths will help customers, big or small, achieve increased energy savings, and provide a solution for ecosystem partners to grow."
Whitepaper: How to build cloud policies your organisation can stand by
Done right, digital transformation can transform the way governments engage with citizens, make businesses more productive and help non-profits be more effective.
Whitepaper: The best way to get insights relevant to your business
A Design Sprint offers a framework for making progress and decisions when you have a new customer proposition.
Infographic: Why an outdated unified comms solution hurts your business
Seventy-one percent of IT professionals say their organisations use multiple communication or collaboration solutions unnecessarily.
Whitepaper: How to explain why IT security needs more budget
Do you want to convince your higher-ups that IT and security need more budget?
Using SOLIDWORKS CAD to take an idea from prototype to product
Sound pioneer Nura had an ambitious concept to deliver when it raised almost two million dollars via crowdsourcing and then over five million dollars through a seed round.