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Lenovo picks budding Kiwi game developer as ‘Legion Epprentice’
Lenovo has announced the winner of its Lenovo Legion Epprenticeship, an initiative created to encourage budding developers wanting a career in gaming.
Esports viewing breaks records as 'stay at home economy' booms
Arena-packed esports tournaments are no longer a sustainable or safe practice in the wake of the pandemic, so e-sports competitions have adapted to suit the booming ‘stay at home economy’.
Executives failing to lead and maintain competitive edge
Only 12% of respondents strongly agree their own business leaders have the right mindsets to lead them forward, and only 9% agree that their organisation has the skills at the top to thrive in the digital economy.
ASEAN Rice Bowl Startup Awards kicks off with Malaysia round
Running in its fifth year, the Rice Bowl Startup Awards aim to connect and empower the ASEAN Economic Community to power up their local economies with startups and scaleups.
Kiwi photographer wins Sony's 10K grand prize
“An iceberg drifts in the Southern Ocean somewhere near the polar circle. This was the first iceberg I had ever seen, and I was for a moment stunned by the majesty of this natural phenomenon. After taking a few photos I put my camera down and tears filled my eyes.”
Deloitte and AWS build advanced portal for Tech Girls Movement Foundation
Deloitte and Amazon Web Services have built and hosted a competition portal for the Tech Girls Movement Foundation (TGMF) to encourage more girls in Australia and New Zealand to get into STEM.
Robotics fans take to the battleground for RoboMaster finals
More than 10,000 young engineers and robotics fans participated in the annual Robomaster robotics competition in Bao’an Stadium in Shenzhen, China.
Cybersecurity market increasingly competitive as public cloud segment grows
Cybersecurity solutions for public cloud and ‘as a service’ offerings are continuing to grow, however traditional hardware and software deployments still dominate the market.
WeRobotics launches global drone data challenge
The winner will receive $235,000 for using drones and data in unique ways to address local challenges and big topics such as humanitarian aid.
Kiwi girls take on robotics world… and WIN
Tara Stevens (14) and Riley Pollard (11), from New Plymouth and Okato and the Nakibots team, beat 80 other teams from across the world.
Competition: Help Kiwi kids celebrate the good side of the internet
Trend Micro’s What’s Your Story? Is a fun poster competition for kids aged between 5-12 years. They can design a poster that reflects the good side of the internet in whatever creative ways they come up with.
Why Kiwi kids think the internet is important
The competition is an initiative by Trend Micro to reframe some of the negative connotations around internet safety.
Ingram’s new DaaS offering and your chance to win a HP Omen
The new offering makes it easy to make incremental or ongoing upgrades to their equipment.
Kiwi kids and parents work together to create a safer internet
Trend Micro has started an initiative to reframe some of the negative connotations around internet safety.
Blast off: Dicker Data announces winners of Houston Space Center trip
Winners will get to have lunch with an astronaut and take an in-depth Level 9 VIP tour of the Houston Space Center.
Fintech Innovation Challenge finalists announced
Each finalist will have six minutes to present, followed by a four-minute Q&A session with a panel of industry experts.
AU$1mil on the table in APAC startup pitching competition
The winning startup will be announced in Sydney, Australia on December 1, 2018, during the StartCon conference.
NZ Space Challenge finalists to be announced
“These finalists have delivered exciting concepts that will have an impact on solving navigation issues in the Antarctic.”
Embracing risk pays off for first female winner of trading competition
University of Auckland Commerce and Law student Jillin Yan took the top spot in the 2018 CMC Markets’ University Trading Challenge.
Fourth iDEAStarter launches to turn fresh ideas into businesses
iDEAStarter is designed to foster young entrepreneurial talent and help them into career pathways.
Entries for global green city competition open
Selva Ganapathy and Joyce Chen from the College of Business and Law, University of Canterbury, Christchurch were the APAC winners in 2017.
Kiwi teams make a clean sweep at Microsoft A/NZ innovation competition
Kiwi ingenuity wins hearts and the top three places in the Microsoft Imagine Cup A/NZ finals, beating their Australian counterparts.
8 ‘challenger’ telcos make calls to shake up the big 3’s market share
Commpete (formally the Competitive Carriers' Coalition) says it wants to bring the market share of 'challenger' organisations up to 30%.
Major tech competition launches for Kiwi students
The initiative is linked directly to the new Digital Technologies & Hangarau Matihiko curriculum content.