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Business, entrepreneurship gurus light up Hamilton event
The Biz events are designed to be specific to the region, with speakers and content tailored to the needs and interests of local businesspeople.
BizDojo and Wellington City Council programme set to help founders thrive
Collider drives innovation and business growth in the capital through a range of learning and business development initiatives.
What can NZ entrepreneurs offer VCs and how can they leverage investor relationships?
In 2016, there were 50 disclosed venture capital investments made in New Zealand at a value of $92.3mil, significantly up from $62.5mil in 2015.
Startup event set to help founders find their market
It will feature speakers Paul Organ, Boardingware co-founder and co-CEO, and Lucy Mulholland, The Open Fort co-founder.
Changes to Govt startup investment fund welcomed by angel investors
Changes include raising the investment cap in companies to $1.5 million and removing the $250,000 funding round limit.
Startups - Go big, go home, or go sustainable?
Thought leaders share their insights at the launch of New Zealand’s first virtual accelerator.
Edmund Hillary Fellowship opens applications for second cohort
The EHF accepts two cohorts each year, with up to 60 Fellows inducted into each cohort.
Richard Branson’s worldwide startup competition extends deadline by two weeks
Branson’s Extreme Tech Challenge empowers entrepreneurs and their companies by providing them with visibility and resources.
Creative HQ appoints Roanne Parker to Board of Directors
Parker is looking forward to “getting government and corporate NZ accountable and involved in the startup infrastructure.
New Zealand’s startup ecosystem growing up, but more can be done - MYOB
A special report by MYOB highlights that Aotearoa is one of the best places in the world to start a business.
Trans-Pacific partnership helps startups to survive 'Valley of Death'
Monevation chief executive officer says that the statistics show over 80% of startups fail somewhere between product creation and customer traction.
New business programme focuses on alternate model to scale startups
Rather than the traditional get-investment-ready approach, the Sprint Launch programme will instead focus on early revenue and customer acquisition.
Sold-out innovation event set to motivate and inspire Maori entrepreneurs
"Matariki XPonential is about providing opportunities to meet like-minded Māori entrepreneurs, learn from one another, and build connections."
Massey Uni’s new ecentre chief wants to “walk the talk"
“If you are promoting innovation and entrepreneurship, you have to be innovative and entrepreneurial.”
BizDojo launches support system to back startup founders
The initiative is intended as a rallying cry to the founder community by the coworking and collaboration provider.
So you want to be an entrepreneur: What they never tell you when you start out
Adam Smith breaks down what the path ahead looks like if you've decided entrepreneurship is for you.