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REPORTS & PUBLICATIONS

We help to advance the foundations for a successful digital nation including education, connectivity, cybersecurity, digital access and trade. Our research explores the opportunities and impact that technology offers New Zealand.

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Critical Workers Border Exemption Survey

In response to increasing shortages of digital skills and challenges with accessing these skills locally and via immigration, NZTech undertook a survey to identify current skills needs, work being done to access skills locally and the challenges of accessing digital skills via immigration. This report provides a summary of the survey results and recommendations for … Continue reading "Critical Workers Border Exemption Survey"

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New Zealand Tech And Innovation Story Summary Insights Report

The New Zealand Tech and Innovation Story (Tech Story) is a marketing initiative designed to deliver a compelling, consistent way of promoting our tech and innovation capabilities. This will help our businesses grow internationally by attracting tech investment, tech talent and growing our tech exports.  The Discover and Define phases of the refreshed Tech Story … Continue reading "New Zealand Tech And Innovation Story Summary Insights Report"

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Digital ITP Skills Workstream – Draft Report

The Industry Transformation Plan as a whole looks at what we need to do to scale up and transform our sector to lead New Zealand’s economic development. This work is being lead by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) alongside NZTech. The Skills Workstream assembled a Steering Group who oversaw the compilation of … Continue reading "Digital ITP Skills Workstream – Draft Report"

Briefing Papers

Trade opportunities for NZ and UK

FinTechNZ is a not-for-profit industry body that brings together financial and technology companies, service providers, investors, regulators and other stakeholders in New Zealand, with the purpose of contributing to New Zealand’s prosperity through technology innovation in financial services. The Department for International Trade (DIT) is the United Kingdom’s (UK) international economic department, responsible for promoting … Continue reading "Trade opportunities for NZ and UK"

Submissions

NZTech Hi Tech Award Submission 2021

This NZTech paper shares NZTech’s nomination for consideration in the 2021 New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards ‘Best Contribution to the New Zealand Tech Sector’ category. Submission prepared by NZTech.

Digital Nation Series

Enabling a Healthier Aotearoa New Zealand

A new report shows how digital health can improve more equitable access to health and disability services while growing a thriving export industry.  Hauora, Mauri Ora: Enabling a Healthier Aotearoa New Zealand published by New Zealand Health Information Technology (NZHIT), provides an updated analysis of the local digital health landscape.  In managing the risks and impacts … Continue reading "Enabling a Healthier Aotearoa New Zealand"

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Tech Alliance Software Tax Survey – March 2021

The Inland Revenue is reviewing the policy settings and practices relating to the taxation of software development in order to determine an appropriate tax accounting treatment for income and expenses within the software development sector. NZTech is supporting the Inland Revenue consultation phase by undertaking a survey across a broad range of member organisations that … Continue reading "Tech Alliance Software Tax Survey – March 2021"

Submissions

NZTech Water Services Bill Submission

Submission to the Health Commitee on the Water Services Bill. NZTech supports the Water Services Bill with amendment on s-map information and real-time water monitoring. Submission prepared by NZTech.

Submissions

Work Development Council Consultation Response

A Response to the Creative, Cultural, Recreation and Technology Workforce Development Council This consultation response is on behalf of New Zealand’s digital technologies industry and profession and follows a number of previous submissions, discussions and meetings with the Tertiary Education Commission highlighting many of the points outlined within. The Digital Technology Industry does not support … Continue reading "Work Development Council Consultation Response"