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Going global

From raising capital from international investors, to expanding into new markets, to selling to an overseas buyer – the challenges of taking a New Zealand company to international prominence are many, and to surmount them, we’ll likely need more than just number eight wire. So how do New Zealand businesses become more internationally minded? Jonathan Cotton talks with NZTE general manager David Downs about how to navigate the tricky waters beyond New Zealand’s shores.

Changes afoot

Idealog is of the view that with diversity of experience and thought comes greater creativity – but don't just take our word for it. Design consultant, inaugural head of Better by Design and former head of design at NZTE Judith Thompson and design consultant, lecturer and strategist Jade Tang-Taylor take a look at why diversity in design is important, and highlight some great initiatives making Aotearoa New Zealand more diverse and inclusive.

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Taking tech to the world

Soul Machines co-founder and chief business officer Greg Cross, Predict HQ, Rocket Lab founder Peter Beck and Pushpay were among the big winners of the 2019 NZ Hi-Tech Awards held on Friday, which celebrates the best performing high-tech companies in New Zealand. Cross, who was nominated by his peers into the Hi-Tech Hall of Fame, shares some learnings from a career spent taking New Zealand tech companies to the world, and the direction he hopes the tech sector will take in the future.

Māori business

Entries for this year’s NZ Hi-Tech Awards close on Monday. Among the highest-profile categories: the Hi-Tech Kamupene Māori o te Tau (Māori Company of the Year). Tech, science and Mātauranga Māori are a powerful force, but as Callaghan Innovation’s Vic Crone and Animation Research’s (and New Zealand Innovator of the Year) Ian Taylor say, greater representation for Māori and Pasifika in science and technology is the real key to the future.