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NZ tech companies should study the UN sustainable goals

Kiwi tech companies should study the United Nations sustainable development goals and position their solutions as ways to achieve them as there are millions of euros being invested in the next few years, leading New Zealand tech expert Graeme Muller says.
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Techweek starting around NZ today

Techweek, which kicks off in more than 30 cities and towns around New Zealand today, has grown 10 times in just three years, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says. As the global thirst for digital knowledge rapidly accelerates, tech is growing exponentially all over New Zealand and, annually, Techweek is the focal point for learning … Continue reading "Techweek starting around NZ today"
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Tech Leaders already seeing impact of automation

TechLeaders, a growing group of top executives from the country’s biggest companies and organisations, are backing the pioneering work of the Productivity Commission to try to better understand the impact of technology changes on the future of work in New Zealand.
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Radical new approaches may be required says NZTech

Auckland – The future of work and the impact of tech changes are complex issues, so it is fantastic to see the Productivity Commission undertaking such a detailed analysis of the potential opportunities and challenges, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says.
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NZ tech ecosystem starting to really mature

Auckand – New Zealand’s tech and innovation ecosystem is expanding and maturing superbly, NZTech Graeme muller says, in a wrap up of where New Zealand technology is poised for massive growth this year.
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AgritechNZ keen to help scale up NZ food production

With the need to feed the world’s population of 9.8 billion people by 2050, AgritechNZ is looking at ways New Zealand can scale up its food production to meet the growing global demand.
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Technology crucial for New Zealand’s future

Technology, which is crucial for New Zealand’s economic and social future, is in the hands of school children who are taking a massive interest in the country’s fastest growing sector, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says.
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Techweek reveals 2019 programme: Innovation that’s good for the world

New Zealand’s annual festival of innovation is back with hundreds of events set to run across New Zealand during Techweek19, from 20-26 May. Techweek19 continues to focus on the theme innovation that’s good for the world. Events fall under two key categories: events that build capability and those that inspire the next generation, with highlight events showcasing … Continue reading "Techweek reveals 2019 programme: Innovation that’s good for the world"