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Tech Step, a three-year project supported by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, is led by the Auckland Business Chamber, Hutt Valley Chamber of Commerce, and a nationwide consortium of providers.

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We believe that technology has the power to reshape our world, and we want you to be a part of this transformative journey.

At TechStep, tech isn’t just a buzzword – it’s in our DNA. Our mission is to equip all Kiwis, regardless of background, to make significant strides in the tech world.

Why TechStep? We believe in the transformative power of not just utilising technology, but creating and exporting tech innovations. This empowers New Zealand to transcend consumption and to actively participate in the global tech sector. We imagine a future where our tech sector proudly competes with our primary industries. We recognise that Aotearoa New Zealand is full of talented individuals who are potential contributors to this story, but may not realise they’re primed to leave their imprint on the tech world.

Whether you’re seeking career advice, investigating educational pathways, diving into a tech career, or enthusiastic about attending captivating events, we’re here to support you. The potential of technology to redefine the future excites us, and we can’t wait to have you part of that story too. Your tech journey with TechStep begins today!

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TechStep funding opportunity for regional Techweek24 events

26 Mar 2024

Are you looking for some financial support to run an event during Techweek24? Our strategic partner TechStep are available to provide support to select Techweek24 events under the Talent & Diversity…

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TechStep partners with Techweek24 with a focus on Diversity & Talent

13 Mar 2024

TechStep and Techweek24 are teaming up to bridge the gap between the tech sector and individuals who never thought a tech career was within their reach.