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Connecting for a Better future. Te honohono mo te.  

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This article was published on 5 February 2021

Callaghan Innovation is proud to support Techweek2021. Techweek2021 will be a mix of live, virtual and hybrid events, providing opportunities to showcase and share your innovation and technology from wherever you are in NZ. 

24 - 30 May 2021
Across New Zealand

TW21-Strategic Partner

The theme for Techweek 2021 is Connecting for a Better Future.  

Stefan Korn, General Manager Market, Engagement, Experience & Sectors, says Techweek2021 is a must-attend event for the innovation ecosystem. “Techweek is a great platform to spotlight New Zealand’s innovative hi-tech businesses and to recognise the huge contribution they make to our country. Callaghan Innovation is proud to back such initiatives that showcase inspiring thought leaders and novel approaches to doing business.”

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Event submissions 

Event submissions for Techweek 2021 are now open! Techweek events vary from major conferences to small meetups on specialist  topics, hackathons, workshops, networking events and webinars. Formats can include face-to-face, digital or hybrid events.  If you have a great idea for an event, you can make your submission here now. 

Discussion Forum

To keep updated with event information and connect with fellow Techweek organisers please join the ‘Techweek21 Discussion Forum’ private Facebook group.

Techweek TV 

Techweek session

Callaghan Innovation is once again excited to be a Techweek TV partner.During Techweek we’ll bring together sector experts to discuss key challenges facing NZ, innovative solutions reshaping our future, and showcase tools and support available for Kiwi innovators.

Our Techweek TV 2021 playlist will launch shortly.  In the meantime, if you missed a 2020 session, or want to re-watch your favourite, you can catch up on-demand here

One of our standout 2020 sessions, Key Global Shifts: what they could offer to NZ innovators, looked at the move beyond generic megatrends, spurred by COVID-19. Watch below: