ecentre hosted a delegation of government officials from South Korea, sharing how the New Zealand ecosystem collaborates to support startup businesses.Read More
Three New Zealand startups from ecentre’s Sprint Global startup programme are joining over 1000 startups this week at LAUNCH Festival Sydney, the first international version of Silicon Valley’s largest startup conference. Sprint Global programme participant, Bee Intelligence, which provides its BeeApp software for commercial beekeepers, was selected as one of the top 20 startups attending.Read More
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Tech-Xpectations at the B:HIVE
Mid-May marked "Tech Week" In Auckland, and North Shore was very much part of the action. The B:HIVE at Smales Farm was buzzing with entrepreneurs and “tech-xperts” at Tech-Xpectations, Grow North Innovation District’s “school-to-scaleup Innovation Escalator”, hosted by Smales Farm, Massey Business School and ecentre, Shore Junction, and Takapuna Beach Business Association.Read More
The Grow North Innovation District’s school-to-scaleup Innovation Escalator came together during Techweek for an interactive discussion on the challenges and opportunities presented by digital transformation. Bridging the gap between businesses, innovators and students, TECH-Xpectations was held at the B:Hive in Takapuna, and organised as a collaborative initiative between ecentre, Massey Business School, Shore Junction, Smales Farm and Takapuna Beach Business Association.Read More
Techweek19 kicked off on May 20 with ON: Futures in Tech and ON: Pitch, events aimed at encouraging more students to explore opportunities in technology and entrepreneurship.
Engineering students Sebastian Weaver and Connor Talbot took out the top prize for the pitch competition – which includes ecentre Sprint programme membership - for their prosthetic limb solution ProstheteX.Read More
The Startup Genome’s just-released 2019 Global Startup Ecosystem report - based on input from over 10,000 founders and data on over 1m companies worldwide – aimed to find out what it takes to build dynamic startup ecosystems which resonate both locally and globally, and which cities around the world are doing it best.
New Zealand was closely examined, with fascinating findings.Read More
Electric motorcycle designer Eva Håkansson impressed product design enthusiasts at ecentre on Wednesday May 1 with a presentation about revolutionising electric motorcycle design in pursuit of a world record.Read More
ecentre Innovator in Residence Dr Aruna Shekar has been elected for a second time as president of the NZ branch of the Product Development & Management Association. Meet the product development pioneers she works with.Read More
Student experience platform Niesh – which was incubated at ecentre and has grown rapidly – has partnered with ecentre to present ON: Futures In Tech, a full-day conference on May 20 involving entrepreneurs, panels and a chance to pitch tech innovations in a Dragon’s Den-style competition.Read More