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Substantial opportunities for women seeking tech jobs

Computer programming jobs have previously struggled to attract women, but new technologies are providing substantial opportunities for a growing number of young girls seeking tech jobs, NZTech government relations director Andrea Hancox says.
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NZTech Women making an impact!

As global discussion on diversity and inclusion continues to increase, so does interest in our ongoing program of work.  As co-chair of the High Impact Team working for NZTech Women, I would like to introduce our team; Andrea Hancox (co-chair), Kim Connolly-Stone, Jen Rutherford, Sandra Laws, Katarina Kolich, Kanika Singh, Dil Khosa, Rachel Kelly, Caroline … Continue reading "NZTech Women making an impact!"
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NZTech Women #BeBoldForChange

The World Economic Forum predicts the gender pay gap won’t close entirely until 2186!   What if the world stepped up sooner and took bold action?  NZTech Women met for lunch in Wellington on #IWD2017 to hear BNZ’s Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Lana West discuss how to #BeBoldForChange toward gender parity.
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Make brave choices for your best lifestyle design!

NZTech Women recently met for lunch in Auckland. Weirdly’s co-founders Dale Clareburt and Keren Phillips joined us to speak about shifting attitudes and how to best design your life to reflect your personal priorities. Having run successful businesses prior to Weirdly, both are fierce advocates for making brave choices and taking risks to create a … Continue reading "Make brave choices for your best lifestyle design!"
Media Releases

New Zealand as the high tech capital of the world?

The tech sector and Government should combine forces to start creating a position of New Zealand as the high tech capital of the world, an incubation nation and a world class digital nation, NZTech recommended today.
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Celebrate Women in Tech Today

“We have plenty to celebrate in New Zealand on International Women’s Day as our gender diversity stats begin to stack up favourably, but we still need to achieve gender parity,” says NZTech Industry Association, CEO, Graeme Muller.

Auckland mayoral candidate addressing NZTech Women’s Forum

As more New Zealand women are thriving in New Zealand’s fastest growing industry, technology, a NZTech event for women at Spark in Auckland tomorrow will be a perfect opportunity to listen to one of the country’s most successful hi tech experts.