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- Is your business using technology in an innovative way?
- Are you willing to share your story and opportunities with Dunedin residents, families, students and newcomers to the city?
- Are you curious to learn more about what is going on in the business community around technology and innovation, and how it might assist you?
- Celebrate and support technology in Dunedin by participating in the inaugural Dunedin Techweek TEXpo, a free, collaborative, cross campus showcase of innovative tech research, products and industries in our great city.
TEXpo, part of Dunedin Techweek, gives your business an opportunity to showcase your achievements to the public, and talk to prospective clients, employees or industry collaborators.
You can display your innovations alongside the best and brightest of our tertiary students and researchers in a free to attend (and exhibit) event which is open to the public.
Saturday 26 May
11.00am - 3.00pm
Otago Polytechnic Hub and Otago University Business School foyer
To register your exhibitor/speaker interest in this event contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Over 40 Techweek events in Dunedin
NZ Techweek'18, being held from 19-27 May, is a national week-long festival of innovation driven by MBIE and the New Zealand Technology Industry Association.
This year, Dunedin Techweek includes more than 40 events aimed at a variety of audiences, with the highlights being the TEXpo and the panel discussion at 5.30pm – 8.30pm on Friday, 18 May. The theme of the discussion is “Is Innovation Good for the World?” and the panel includes:
- Pete Hodgson - CEO of Otago Innovation, Chair Callaghan Innovation and Chairman of the Southern Partnership Group
- Phil Ker - Chief Executive of Otago Polytechnic
- Prof. Jacinta Ruru - Co-director of Nga Pae O te Maramatanga, NZ's Maori Centre of Research Excellence
- Julie Curphey - Chief Marketing Officer of Blis Technologies Ltd, ex Pfizer Pharmaceuticals and ADInstruments
Dunedin’s technology and innovation sector is growing rapidly and is increasingly important to the city’s growth, generating about $330 million to GDP and providing 2000 jobs. Dunedin is recognised for innovation by fostering talented people and services and a dynamic ecosystem that exploits opportunities to their full commercial potential. Dunedin has a high investment in R & D, strong research networks, and has a reputation for being a launch-pad for businesses moving into global markets.
See more at techweek.co.nz or facebook.com/dunedintechweek