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Digital strategy kōrero: your first step to digital transformation

Book a free digital strategy kōrero with Springload to talk about your goals and figure out the best steps to take for your digital success.

Date and time:

Mon 16 May 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Mon 16 May 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Tue 17 May 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Tue 17 May 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Wed 18 May 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Wed 18 May 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Thu 19 May 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Thu 19 May 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Fri 20 May 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Fri 20 May 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM




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Digital strategy kōrero: your first step to digital transformation

Your first step to digital transformation

Are you looking for new opportunities in the digital space but not sure where to start?

It can be hard to pick a path to success when there are so many digital tools available. The first step to digital transformation is working on a clear plan to guide your growth.

Booking a free digital strategy kōrero with us will give you the chance to take a step back, talk about your goals, and figure out the best steps to take for digital success. Whatever you choose to talk about is free and private, with no catches involved.

Date and time

Choose from 10 free lunchtime slots, between Monday 16th - Friday 20th May:

- First daily slot: 12:00 - 12:30 pm NZDT

- Second daily slot: 1:00 - 1:30 pm NZDT

Each digital strategy kōrero can only be booked by one business.

There is a one-ticket limit for each time slot, but you can bring as many people from your business along to the kōrero.

If there are no more slots available or none of these times work for you, please email ella@springload.co.nz.

Who’s this for?

A digital strategy is a scalable approach, which means it’s not just for big organisations — whatever your size, you can benefit from having a digital strategy.

You may be a small or medium organisation, or a team within a big organisation, a startup, or an organisation looking to digitise your service in a post covid environment.

What you’ll need

You’ll need to fill out a short survey about your organisation and goals before your session. This will help us tailor your session and make the most out of the 30 minutes we have together.

Our sessions are remote, so you’ll also need an internet connection and device.

What you’ll get

After your digital strategy kōrero, we will put together some high-level recommendations tailored to your business.


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Kanhika Nikam

Research Director, Springload

Kanhika’s happy place is in early stage research, ideation, and testing — all working towards social impact and environmental sustainability. She’s a graduate of Stanford University’s Graduate Design Program and developed preschool educational tools with Mumbai-based IL&FS Education. 

Kanhika has led design research on cross-disciplinary projects for the Ministry of Education, Health Promotion Agency, Ministry for Primary Industries, Tertiary Education Commission, and more. 

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Richie Jose

Senior Experience Designer, Springload

Richie is a creative strategist and experience design specialist. With a degree in Computer Engineering, a masters in Human Computer Interface, and a diploma in Behavioural Psychology, he thrives in the grey area between creative, emotive design and logical, robust research and strategies.

He has worked for a variety of brands including Colorsteel, Garage Project, Partners Life, WCC, Zealandia and Trimble Navigation.

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Stuart Whitehead

Technical Delivery Director, Springload

Stuart focuses on streamlining delivery processes, and creating practical, people-driven digital experiences.

He leads technical delivery at Springload, and is the developer and technical lead on MyACC, as well as on our Tertiary Education Commission project — a new careers planning platform for New Zealand.

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Cat Chappell-Harrison

Senior Content Strategist, Springload

Cat is happiest when chewing over a problem. She excels at distilling the complex into the straightforward. Driven by customer and business needs, she figures out how content should be written so it’s easy to understand, and organised so it's easy to find.

Her information architecture and content experience includes projects for Sport and Recreation NZ, Powershop, Massey University, and Vodafone.

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