Techweek'18 Waikato #twwaikato #twnz18
Techweek runs from 19 – 27 May and is a nationwide annual festival aimed at local and international investors, business, technology leaders and enthusiasts that focuses on INNOVATION THAT'S GOOD FOR THE WORLD and celebrates New Zealand's innovation ecosystem.
The Techweek'18 Waikato Feature Event is an Internet of Things tour and we have also pulled together a curated programme of festival events providing a high quality, engaging, sustainable and internationally relevant Techweek‘18 showcase promoting the Waikato.
In the news!
Tech will be the talk of the town
18 May 2018
Techweek’18 Waikato is just around the corner and project coordinator Jannat Maqbool said with each event designed carefully and all the amazing speakers chosen to inspire, it’s all set to be a thrilling and educational event.
“There’s already so many things happening in terms of innovation and initiatives in the Waikato all we had to do was pull some of it together, and now we have 21 events with 65 speakers.”
What to expect at Techweek'18 Waikato
18 May 2018
In just a few short days Waikato’s technology community will gather to showcase their latest innovations and discuss the role technology will play in the future.
Techweek’18 Waikato aims to foster growth, connection and collaboration in the regional and national technology and innovation sectors.
Unique App created for Techweek'18 Waikato, to connect the region
2 May 2018
Techweek’18 Waikato is a region-wide festival happening the week of May 19-27, with the aim of fostering growth, connection and collaboration in the regional and national technology and innovation sectors.
It’s part of an established annual nationwide TechweekNZ festival, which is supported by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) and is produced in partnership with NZTech.
Techweek'18 is coming to the Waikato!
2 April 2018
The Techweek’18 Waikato launch event revealed the importance of tech business to region.
Techweek’18 Waikato is an inaugural event for the region, and will see a programme of events happening from May 19-27 around the Waikato region, as part of the established nationwide Techweek festival.
The launch, at Wintec’s The Atrium in central Hamilton, was timed for international ‘Internet of Things (IoT) Day’ – a worldwide initiative started by the IoT Council in 2010 as an opportunity to have conversations and generate discussion on IoT.
Techweek'18 Waikato to showcase the strength of tech in the region
23 March 2018
The Waikato technology sector is thriving, and a week-long regional technology symposium is being planned this May to capture that momentum.
Hamilton recorded $109 million regional revenue growth among its top tech companies in 2017 which, at 21.7 per cent in revenue growth, makes Waikato the fastest growing tech region in the country according to the 2017 Technology Investment Network (TIN) report.
Building on that momentum is Techweek’18 Waikato, a local initiative that runs in parallel with the nationwide Techweek’18 festival led by NZTech and supported by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE). The theme of Techweek’18 is ‘innovation that is good for the world’.
Who is the audience?
Techweek is promoted nationally and internationally with participants and sponsors gaining access to an audience of over 10,000 local and international investors, business, technology leaders and enthusiasts that are diverse, agile and hungry for exposure to innovative companies, services and product.
Who should participate
If you contribute to the research, development and design of new products, services or techniques, or improving existing products, services or techniques, and/or generate new technological knowledge that is helping to make the world a better place then please contact us if you are interested in participating in Techweek‘18 Waikato .