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Cofounder of NZ-born firm Adeption lights up Times Square
New Zealand born firm Adeption got a prominent place in New York’s Times Square last week.
Brothers behind Kiwi Connect scoop Kea Friends of New Zealand Award
With luck, our nation can help lead the way, by example, through the challenges of today into a beautiful tomorrow,” comments Brian Monahan.
Top tech entrepreneur to be awarded Kea World Class NZ Award
There's often resistance from Asian businesses because they don’t know about New Zealand’s tech ingenuity – something Mitchell Pham finds frustrating.
Two Kiwis make the cut for Coca-Cola Amatil startup programme
Coca-Cola Amatil has announced the short-list of startups who have earned their place in the inaugural ‘Xcelerate’ programme.
Startups owned by women attract less funds – but earn more money
A study has revealed the average women-owned startup receives less than half the funding of their male counterparts, despite earning more revenue.
SaltDNA’s Joe Boyle on the journey to building a cybersecurity business
Looking beyond the need to safely store data, Joe has developed software that enables the secure sharing of information across global teams.
Being from NZ can help catapult our country’s technology exports
NZ Story Group's head of engagement discusses three points as to why being from little old NZ can actually be of huge benefit to our tech sector.
Interview: The motivation behind building a cybersecurity business
Robin Block interviewed CybSafe founder Oz Alashe to determine his motives, the challenges involved and what the future holds.
SODA Inc founder joins EHF fellowship, starts philanthropic venture
Cheryl Reynolds is open to collaborating on new projects, and is actively looking for potential co-founders and partners for 3Cs.
SheStarts alumni discuss wins and challenges post-accelerator
“One of the benefits of being in an accelerator program is that even once you finish the formal process, you’re not evicted.”
Dell launches environmentally sustainable jewellery line
Currently, only 12.5% of e-waste is recycled into other products.
Are solar panels a good investment? Auckland Uni answers
We wanted to offer an educational tool that's impartial and realistic to help people work out if solar is economic for their workplaces.
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.