GirlBoss NZ Founder Alexia Hilbertidou and PDMA Vice-President Aruna Shekar are cooking up plans for the next generation of change makers at the ecentre, with a focus on developing science, technology, engineering and entrepreneurship.Read More
Dr Aruna Shekar has joined the ecentre as “Innovator in Residence,” providing access to a depth of product innovation expertise and experience to members of our community.Read More
Massey University team recognised for their innovation in monitoring air quality, which adds huge creative value to the building industry. They received the James Hardie Innovation Award at the 2018 NZ Building Industry Awards.Read More
Advisory and governance boards can can be critical to the success of your startup in the early stages. Yet it's important to create an effective board that understands the unique requirements of startups, says leading New Zealand angel investor and startup advisor Debra Hall. (video)Read More
Company structure is the foundation of your business for future growth. Having the right structure in place from the beginning can reduce risk, increase success and avoid issues with shareholders and other stakeholders in the future.Read More
Auckland’s Northern District is home to some of New Zealand’s fastest growing tech businesses, responsible for leading the charge in the export of innovation to global markets.
ecentre is proud to host this event at the B:Hive at Smales Farm with Grow North Innovation District partners - the B:Hive at Smales Farm, Business North Harbour, Massey University, Shore Junction and Takapuna Beach Business Association.Read More
Applications now open for ecentre’s 2018 Sprint Launch accelerator programme. No fees for qualified startups.Read More