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ecentre business incubator showcases NZ’s upcoming startups
Sprint Global, the business incubator hosted by Massey University, selected 11 startups to take on the challenge of ‘going global’.
Callaghan Innovation seeks incubators to fuel NZ’s deep-tech growth
Successful incubators will help to develop technical and scientific research in New Zealand, and ensure technology translates to successful commercial outcomes.
New recruit to lead business acceleration at Callaghan
“Technology-driven business disruption is creating virtually unlimited opportunities for our best and boldest entrepreneurs."
Soda Inc nominated for Westpac Waikato Business Award
Wintec business incubator Soda Inc. has entered this year’s 2018 Westpac Waikato Business Awards for its work helping local startups grow.
Soda Inc creates incubator partnership for Hawke's Bay businesses
Waikato-based incubator Soda Inc is about to throw Hawke’s Bay businesses a valuable lifeline, thanks to a partnership with Business Hawke’s Bay.
Chch incubator EPIC hosts global innovation programme
Stimulating collaboration are five challenges, each thrown down by industry leaders working towards the region’s future prosperity.
Kiwi Startup Spotlight: Putting data back into consumer’s hands with blockchain
Right now, four big internet companies are using personal data to make huge profits - they also use their power to shut down the competition.
CA Technologies backs container solutions for latest software incubator project
FreshTracks.io now has a fast-to-market solutions for container operations, particularly for teams using Prometheus and Kubernetes together.
Christchurch EPIC innovation hub’s lease extended by seven years
The companies within EPIC have grown to build a combined turnover estimated to be in excess of $50 million per annum.
Victoria University incubator receives Govt’s Entrepreneurial Universities funding
CMIC will incubate potential startups and industry pipelines to strengthen New Zealand’s computing and media ecosystem.
Erin Wansbrough appointed as new chief executive for SODA Inc
Wansbrough has a passion for entrepreneurship and brings a depth of business experience and knowledge of commercialisation.
Northland Inc’s Orchard innovation hub recognised at MBIE Awards
The event space has delivered a heartbeat and a pulse for innovation and entrepreneurship in the region.
Rotorua co-working space aims to be NZ’s digital capital
The founders wanted to create a space where digital content creators and tech developers could collaborate.
Chinese VC partners with Melbourne to launch Asia-focused startup incubator
Suzhou High-Tech Venture Capital Group is providing up to AU$80m in financial support to run the centre, and develop projects over the next 3 years.
SODA INC & partners to take startup incubation model across NZ
Waikato business incubator SODA Inc has four new partners as it aims to expand its incubation model across the country.
Regional startups gain access to more incubator services
Callaghan has awarded six providers, some in BoP, Gisborne, and Hawkes Bay, one and two-year contracts for founder incubator services.
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 Wellington set to move into Xero building as it outgrows current location
“Building programmes and learning opportunities to really get our community to the next level - that is our passion.”
Tiro Lifesciences receives first Kiwi repayable grant
Tiro Lifesciences will receive the first repayable grant through Callaghan Innovation’s expanded business incubator network.
Auckland startup wins UK deal
Kiwi company selected for technology programme to turn idea for turning groups of people into giant screens into a reality.
Test your startup idea in free workshop
If your New Year's resolution was to finally start that business, here's a good way to kick things off.