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EarlyBird Registrations to the 2010 50th Anniversary Conference are now open!

A strictly limited number of EarlyBird Registrations for the NZCS 50th Anniversary Conference are now available. These will sell out fast, so register now to secure yours.

This is a conference for innovators, entrepreneurs, educators and practitioners offering 8 major Keynotes, 37 presentations, 5 panels/debates, an Innovation Barcamp and a number of workshops. One thing we can promise is it’ll absolutely blow your mind.

This is a celebration 50 years in the making: half a century of ICT Innovation in New Zealand. This is a massive milestone and we’ve got a line-up to match.

Presentations

Two international presenters mix with a selection of the country’s top ICT innovators to cover all aspects of ICT in New Zealand.

Join kiwi Craig Nevill-Manning (the founder of Google’s first remote engineering centre in Manhattan, USA) and Canadian Greg Lane (the National Director of the Canadian Council of IT Professionals), along with New Zealand innovative entrepreneurs Ian Taylor (Founder, Animation Research Ltd), Sam Morgan (Founder, Trade Me), Rod Drury (Founder, Xero), Nat Torkington (creator of Kiwi Foo Camp and the Open Govt Project), Ian McCrae (Founder, Orion Health) and Sam Knowles (founding CEO of KiwiBank).

This is a wholly engaging event designed to ignite your entrepreneurial spirit and equip you with the tools to succeed. With inspirational speakers, numerous panels and a debate, plus a series of workshops designed to grow innovation (details coming soon) and a full Innovation BarCamp, this will be a truly enlightening experience.

And on top of all of this, a celebration of 50 years of ICT Innovation, and 50 years of NZCS, New Zealand’s ICT Professional Body.

Register Now

This event is going to be huge. Register now to secure your place.

You can view a full draft programme at www.innovation.org.nz/programme

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