This article was published on 14 September 2021
Callaghan Innovation and New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) present the Kiwi SaaS workshop series.
- October - December 2021
- Click here to register
The Kiwi SaaS workshop series offers essential practical skills, advice and networking opportunities to enable SaaS entrepreneurs to scale and succeed on the world stage. The series aims to help SaaS entrepreneurs address key business challenges and gain critical skills in attracting talent, security and scaling.
The Kiwi SaaS workshop series is presented by Callaghan Innovation, NZTE and our generous Kiwi SaaS community partners.
Registrations now open for our latest workshops
Devops release-management best practices
Friday 8 October 2021 | Online | 10:00am - 11:30am NZT
This session is geared at technical staff, release managers, developers, and those who want to improve their skills around version control, continuous integration, and build and release processes.
Presenter: David McGregor
How Counterpart operates remotely with a globally distributed team
Wednesday 20 October 2021 | Online | 10:00am - 11.30am NZT
This workshop is targeted at founders, CEOs and C-level executives and the content will best suit a business audience.
Presenter: Tanner Hackett, CEO of Counterpart
Growth Mindset - How to build a $1billion dollar company
Thursday 18 November 2021 | Online | 10:00am - 11:00am NZT
This workshop is geared at a business audience, specifically founders, CEOs and C-level executives with high-growth goals.
Presenter: Linda Jenkinson
We still have a few spots available for the workshop on 30 September. See details below to book your space.
Is moving to open source a solution for finding talent and funding?
30 September 2021 | Online | 10:00am - 11:30am NZT
This workshop is recommended for anyone interested in understanding the pros and cons of using and/or developing an open-source product. The session will provide a general overview, as opposed to a technical deep dive, and will suit a business audience.
Presenter: Don Christie, co-founder and Managing Director of Catalyst IT