Incoming Minister Briefing

Build Digital Capability to accelerate economic growth and productivity This TechLeaders Executive briefing paper recommends the joint development of a NZ Digital Strategy to progress the frameworks, policy, regulation and the investments needed to grow New Zealand’s digital capability.

Growing EdTech Exports

Developing an innovation plan for the edtech sector. This plan has been developed by EdTechNZ to propel innovation in New Zealand edtech companies and educational institutions to improve their effectiveness in local and overseas markets.  The plan outlines key areas for innovation to support their success. 

Incoming Minister Briefing

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.

TechLeaders Manifesto

Ahead of the 2020 General Election, New Zealand’s TechLeaders are urging all political parties to prioritise our digital future.  The TechLeaders Executive have published their manifesto outlining specific areas that we believe the next Government must focus on. Today, we are increasingly reliant on technology to access information, learn, shop, work and connect with family and friends.  … Continue reading "TechLeaders Manifesto"

Securing New Zealand businesses against the next generation of cyber attack

New Zealand Cyber Security Summit This NZTech briefing paper provides insights from the recent New Zealand Cyber Security Summit in Wellington, including key observations from roundtable discussions involving senior executives and security specialists from a broad cross section of government agencies, largeprivate corporations and the tech sector.

FinTechNZ Regulatory Roundtable Discussion Paper

This FinTechNZ discussion paper provides insights from the FinTechNZ Regulatory Roundtable session held in Auckland in September 2019. Included are comments from the Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs and key observations from group discussions between senior Government, regulatory and corporate representatives. 

IoT Spectrum in New Zealand

This paper provides an introduction to the radio spectrum available in New Zealand for IoT networks. Numerous spectrum bands are available for both licensed and ‘unlicensed’ spectrum from low to high frequencies. This spectrum can cater for range of different IoT networks and applications, and many of these spectrum bands are harmonised with international markets. … Continue reading "IoT Spectrum in New Zealand"