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.
NZTech wishes to thank the Office of the Privacy Commissioner (OPC) for the opportunity to submit on the Privacy regulation of biometrics in Aotearoa New Zealand: Consultation paper. The use of biometrics can greatly benefit organisations and individuals, providing greater convenience, efficiency and security. NZTech agrees with the need to protect people’s biometric information and … Continue reading "NZTech Submission | Privacy Regulation of Biometrics in Aotearoa New Zealand: Consultation Paper"
The NZTech Sustainability Sub-board has identified an international tool to help NZTech assess its climate impact. The Future-Fit Business Benchmark brings together a wealth of global research into a tool that enables businesses to assess and monitor not only their climate impact, but also their social impact. Using this online tool NZTech’s Board have assessed … Continue reading "NZTech ESG Report – August 2022"
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Learn more about how NZTech supports the New Zealand tech ecosystem. Prepared by: NZTech – 10 August 2022
Discover NZTech’s origin story and its rise as a collective impact platform in The Evolution of NZTech report. The potential impact of technology is so broad it touches all parts of New Zealand’s economy and society. Technology underpins the safety, security, health, environmental and economic wellbeing of all citizens. As a result, it is critical for the … Continue reading "Creating collective impact"
NZTech supports the creation of a Digital Strategy for Aoteaora (the Strategy) and seeks to play an active role in its development and implementation.
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Learn more about how NZTech connects, promotes and advances the New Zealand tech sector. Report prepared by: NZTech – 12 August 2021
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"
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.
Creating a socially and economically prosperous New Zealand underpinned by technology. This NZTech briefing paper provides a high-level aggregation of the various interactions NZTech and the Tech Alliance currently has across Government and highlights recommendations for action in the immediate and midterm.