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NZ Hi-Tech Awards

Boost your profile
Raise your personal and company profiles — finalists and winners receive widespread media coverage about their achievements. Get noticed by businesses, decision-makers, and others in the industry.

Access a distinguished network of industry leaders
Entering gives you the opportunity to engage with New Zealand's high-tech community at several high-profile events throughout the year, including the Flying Kiwi awards lunch and the Gala Awards dinner — opportunities to meet and mingle with previous winners, industry leaders, government representatives, sponsors, investors and advisors.

Learn lessons that no one else will tell you
Attend our invitation-only Finalists and Alumni events and hear from industry leaders who have gone before you and others who are on the journey with you.

Attract and retain top talent
Successful businesses retain and attract the best staff. Show your staff and prospective employees that you aim high, and are a leading company in your field.

Attract funding
Winning an award will help to cement your business credibility among investors, shareholders and the broader business community. It can also be a crucial factor to gaining that much-needed funding to aid research and development, marketing or international expansion.

Establish international credibility
The New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards’ international judging panel includes high-profile industry leaders. This is your chance to prove that you and your company are worthy of competing on the world stage.

Final entries must be submitted by 5pm, Monday 6th March.

http://www.hitech.org.nz/


New Business Opportunities

For more information contact Belinda.

Auckland Council - Beneath Our Feet
“Beneath our feet” provides an exciting opportunity to support mana whenua to tell the stories of Tāmaki Makaurau in a range of innovative formats, linking digital and physical interpretation of histories of place. 
The stories will developed in collaboration with Mana Whenua and give the opportunity for more Aucklanders to know about the history of Tamaki Makaurau, Auckland. 

Utilisation of some, or all, of the media listed below. The decision on medium will be based on the stories/sites chosen and the associated material that is available: 
• Installation of oral, written or interactive interpretation at sites of significance or interest
• Technology based formats for accessing stories both on and off site including mixed/virtual media, site/photo recognition technology, games, web based information and use of social media
• Digital tours 

Submissions Due 30 January


Department of Internal Affairs - Facial Recognition for Passports
The Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) is in the process of preparing a business case for the implementation of a new Facial Recognition Solution to support the processing of New Zealand Passport Applications.

DIA is expecting to take an ‘as a service’ approach to procuring a facial recognition capability. Instead of paying a vendor to build a system that DIA would then own, DIA will select a vendor that can deliver a suitable service that DIA will pay to use. 

RFP opens Feb 14


2017 NZ Hi-Tech Awards

Entries are now open for the 2017 NZ Hi-Tech Awards. Visit the website now to find out more.


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