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Creating impact for Aotearoa
NZTech’s mission is to support a values-led, nationally and internationally connected tech community that is collectively creating a safer, more equitable, sustainable and prosperous Aotearoa for all, by creating jobs, export growth and impact through tech for good.
We have been striving for this since our establishment in 2009 by a group of CEO’s from 40 tech companies. Over the years hundreds of members have volunteered to help with events, working groups, Executive Councils and the NZTech Board.
The voluntary NZTech Board unites some of the most passionate people in tech from across Aotearoa. Chaired by Delphine Ducaruge, each board member drives a workstream. Andy Prow chairs our Digital Safety Sub-board; Shivani Jagga chairs the Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Sub-board; Mitchell Pham, past NZTech Chair, leads the Sustainability Sub-board. The other Board members, leading and supporting other focus areas including finance, governance and growth are Adrian Smith, Bridget Snelling, Carol Brown, Helen Robinson, John Robson, Koren O’Brien, Mahsa McCauley and Tom Maasland.
Digital safety and digital trust are increasingly important for our future as more and more of our lives require digital connection. So I’m pleased to announce that our Digital Trust Summit returns in August 2024. Save the date now and join the conversation on emerging privacy, security and identity challenges in this increasingly digital world.
Which reminds me, trust, wellbeing, safety, sustainability, productivity, talent and export growth are the pillars for next year’s Techweek, 20-26 May, 2024. If you’d like to know more about partnering with us, inspiring the next generation into tech, building New Zealand’s tech capabilities and showcasing our best tech, please contact us.
Wishing you all the best for the festive season and the holidays.
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