Techweek would not be possible without the support of our partners who help us deliver this unique festival that showcases and celebrates New Zealand tech innovation.
AUT is a contemporary New Zealand university, led by a strategic team and governed by a council. AUT is the second largest university in New Zealand, and proud to be one of the world's best modern universities being ranked in the top 1% of universities in the world.
Callaghan Innovation provide a single front door to the innovation system for businesses at all stages of the innovation journey - from start-ups to the most experienced R&D performers.
We're a mix of about 300 researchers, engineers, scientists, technologists, designers, entrepreneurs, advisors and administrators delivering self-help and on-demand services and tailored programmes.
At the EMA our aim is to help businesses succeed because when our economy thrives, so does our country and our people. New Zealand businesses of all sizes and from all sectors join the EMA for opportunities to shape policy, engage in thought leading discussion, make valuable connections and get their teams ready to tackle the ever-changing business environment.
IBM has always believed in pushing the boundaries of what’s possible by enabling great thinkers with good tech to build smarter businesses. For more than 108 years, IBM has helped change how the world works; from clocks, calculators and typewriters through to today’s artificial intelligence, cloud and quantum computing platforms. IBM takes positions – and acts – on issues that matter for our time. Today, that begins with data, AI and security and extends to trust and inclusion. Through a commitment to scientific discovery and technological innovations, IBM helps local clients and partners put smart to work.
MBIE is a large ministry entrusted with a big responsibility – to grow New Zealand’s economy and to share the benefits with everyone who lives here. MBIE is working towards delivering an integrated approach to both regulation and service delivery, leveraging our size and scope.
NZTE is New Zealand's international business development agency. We provide customised services and support to ambitious businesses looking to go global. We help them build their capability, boost their global reach, connect to other businesses and invest in their growth. We also connect international and domestic investors with opportunities in New Zealand through a global network of investment advisors. We exist for one purpose – to grow your business internationally, bigger, better, and faster, for the good of New Zealand.
Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED) is the region’s economic development agency and an Auckland Council-controlled organisation. Our programmes help make Auckland a desirable place to live, work, visit, invest and do business.
Investing and fostering the development of a world class, diverse tech workforce and industry for New Zealand is an important focus for ANZ, and partnering with Techweek is the perfect opportunity to further this goal.
We continue to expand our network and improve our performance to help New Zealand grow. We are shaping a future where all Kiwis are free to access the opportunities to define their own lives.
Beca is here to help NZ - we are a 100 year old Kiwi business - and our innovation will create solutions that will help people and organisations adapt to the coming ’new-normal’.
Huawei is a leading global provider of information and communications technology infrastructure and smart devices. To celebrate their 15th year in New Zealand, Huawei is investing heavily in charitable sports, music, technology and tertiary education initiatives.
Our Techweek TV presenter is Ryan Ashton from A Few Quiet Yarns (AFQY) who has spent half his life translating the value of tech to both business and IT people and will help audiences of any experience get the best out of Techweek2020. Ryan has been running A Few Quiet Yarns for 12 years for the tech community, connecting over 8,500 people through their stories, technology and business.
The Ministry of Education is the Government's lead advisor on the New Zealand education system, shaping direction for sector agencies and providers.
If you are an innovative and future-focused organisation looking to showcase your business, Techweek sponsorship can provide your company with a unique and valuable platform to achieve your business and marketing objectives.
Techweek2021 partnerships will be available soon. We’d love to hear from you and tell you more about this opportunity. Contact us for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org