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Techweek24 Day 2: Highlights

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21 May 2024

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Welcome to day two of Techweek24!

Yesterday we kicked things off with a live recording of the See Tomorrow First Podcast in Tāmaki Makaurau. It was great to hear from some of the space and gaming sectors' brightest innovators. Thanks again to all our panellists and a special thank you to David Downs for facilitating the panels. Keep an ear out for the podcasts wherever you listen to your podcasts.

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What's happened on Day 2? 

Here's just a snapshot of some of the activity across NZ. 

Techweek in the media!

It was awesome to hear some of Dr Amanda Williamson's insights on AM this morning.  We're sure we'll have some more great insights from Amanda, post tomorrow morning's sold out Who's Afraid of AI panel discussion presented by AI Forum NZ. 

And here's another one, a write-up about Techweek in Wanaka this year, read here >

Day 2 of TechFest in Christchurch was a great time

Down in Christchurch, the Techweek team attended CanterburyTech's TechFest, for the See Tomorrow First Tech Story workshop. It was a super inspiring afternoon diving into the power of collective storytelling and how it can help us to supercharge our tech exports. Hon Melissa Lee, the Minister for Economic Development, attended and reaffirmed the government's commitment to the tech sector as a powerful contributor to New Zealand's future prosperity. 

Check out some highlights from the day here. 

Check out our Insta stories for the latest news and updates from Techweek events around NZ > 

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