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Kiwi company paving the way to brave new AI world – PwC report
PwC’s Commercialising Innovation Report found AI will boost the global economy by $21.6 trillion by 2030.
Dairy farming: NZ Food Innovation Network incubates clean-tech idea
"This is a cool flexible arrangement which means companies are able to innovate at their own premises or The FoodBowl, depending on what suits them."
Good Design Australia: Zebra Technologies wins award for DS3600-series scanner
This year, a jury consisting of 35 international design experts assessed 244 shortlisted entries from around the world.
How to build culture-driven digital transformation from the top down, across the board
How can businesses tackle a lag in perceptions and refresh their corporate culture?
"Be intellectually promiscuous" - Callaghan urges innovators to push the boundaries on wearable tech
Callaghan is running its biennial C-Prize Challenge, asking Kiwi innovators and entrepreneurs to create the next generation of wearable tech.
The definition of cool: 4 A/NZ companies declared Cool Vendors by Gartner
Cool Vendors exist across all major areas of technology innovation, says Gartner, and they stand out because of their disruptive capabilities.
Disrupt or be disrupted - Gartner
Companies need to exploit vertical market expertise and technology talent for success.
World-leading tech experts to speak in NZ for innovation challenge
Three international experts will travel to NZ to share their expertise in wearable technology with entrants in Callaghan Innovation competition.
Tech in China, start-ups, sports & fashion: CES Asia's 2017 line up
As a part of CES Asia 2017, Startup Park will showcase at least 75 start-ups around the world from ten countries.
First round of speakers announced for Festival for the Future
The event brings together young innovators and influencers to explore the big issues of our time, and build ideas and skills necessary for the future.
Finalists announced for KiwiNet Research Commercialisation Awards
Winners of the KiwiNet Awards 2017 will be announced at an evening reception on 13 July in Auckland.
IT strategy should work hand-in-hand with business strategy, expert says
IT solutions are unlikely to solve problems if there’s a lack of focus and alignment with business outcomes.
Could print management be the key to better innovation & cashflow?
Believe it or not, print management can save finance teams time and costs - it’s just a matter of how they focus their solutions.
Māori digital startup finalists prepare to meet judges
"It’s vital that we work to encourage more Māori into the thriving technology and innovation sector & build capacity by encouraging more involvement."
Elon Musk enlists help of Twitter in naming new tunnel bore
Could Al Bore be the name of the flagship bore for Elon Musk's The Boring Company?
Teckweek’17 kicks off to to encourage global thinking and inspire youth
Techweek’17, a nationwide event showcasing New Zealand-grown technology and innovation to the world, kicked off today amidst much fanfare.
Why businesses need innovation to stay relevant, and how they can start
Innovation is not simply about financial benefits, it is about gaining a competitive advantage.
emhLabs takes out top spot in Lightning Labs Electric Innovation Challenge
The winner from The Lightning Lab’s Electric Innovation Challenge has been announced - and emhLabs took out the top spot.
Female scientist wins for animal skin cancer treatment
“It is a well understood issue that there is not enough representation of women in leadership positions in high growth enterprises."
Mahuki incubator seeking 2017's next cultural tech innovators
Mahuki aims to grow New Zealand’s strength in the cultural, heritage and learning sectors through creative tech businesses.
Kiwi businesses finally begin to invest in innovation
Kiwi businesses are investing more in their R&D to create innovation and success, according to Callaghan Innovation.
Kiwi innovators: Entries for the Māori innovation comp close soon
The competition aims to attract more Māori to the digital economy by helping emerging innovators turn their creative ideas into reality
Huawei investing $400m in NZ to promote innovation and opportunities
Huawei recently announced a major investment into New Zealand’s future, including a cloud data centre and innovation labs around the country.
Potential barriers to innovation in tertiary education revealed
“A good tertiary education system is one that meets the needs of all learners – including those from diverse backgrounds and with diverse goals."