Growing & exporting to become a strong contributor
of export earnings in the Education Sector.
We help New Zealand educational technology businesses to succeed by providing a collaborative voice, creating connections, increasing knowledge, supporting international growth and influencing policy.
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EDTECH – An NZTech Community
EdTech NZ operates as a focused tech sector association and community with the support of the New Zealand Technology Industry Association (NZTech), the voice of the New Zealand technology industry.
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A growth market opportunity for New Zealand tech companies
Educational Technology is a rapidly growing sector – the global smart education and learning market, worth US$100 billion, is forecast to grow to US$394 billion by 2019.
New Zealand has a number of growing companies who have developed a diverse range of learning-focused products including games, apps, educational software and courseware to make the most of these EdTech export opportunities.
Cloud based educational technology is accelerating at 20% growth per annum and is forecast to reach US$12 billion by 2019.
Increased competition among educational institutions to appoint, retain, and graduate students will surface the implementation of SaaS and cloud-based solutions that can be deployed rapidly and proficiently in response to the advance requirements of schools and colleges.