The New Zealand Technology Industry Association (NZTech) represents New Zealand information, communications and technology companies. We help NZ technology companies succeed by encouraging talent, increasing knowledge, creating connections and influencing policy.
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More than 40 volunteers spent the sunny Wellington weekend holed up in a central city office working on IT projects for four lucky charities.
The average Kiwi teacher is a woman in her early fifties. She's facing a generation of kids she wasn't trained to teach who have grown up with Wi-Fi, the cloud and hand-held technology.
A shortage of software engineers in New Zealand has led to new recruits being offered sign-on bonuses of up to $15,000.
‘Rate my Qualification’ is a new initiative from the Ministry of Education. It is the development of an online tool which prospective tertiary students can use to see how qualifications from different tertiary institutions are rated by employers and recent graduates, to help them make decisions about what and where to study.
Events more ›
Anne Fulton & Jo Mills with Fuel50 CareerPath software are doing a David & Goliath act at the moment tackling the US market. They will share their start-up story and will be open to any questions that you may have for them.
Callaghan Innovation is hosting an interactive seminar with Indian entrepreneur, Nandan Nilekani
NZTech invites you to be a part of SXSW 2015!
Join us at our first Wellington meeting for 2015 where we will share ideas for growing and evolving this special group.