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Ministry of Awesome and partners have launched the HealthTech Supernode Challenge. The aim is to identify and support New Zealand’s most innovative new idea, product, or startup that uses tech to solve real problems in healthcare. There’s $40K in prizes and loads of practical support for participants. You can find out more about the challenge in this video.
This week we also wanted to give a shout out to our friends at Sunday Club NZ, a newsletter that provides snippets of opinion & curated pieces on tech, startups, hot tips and feel good curated pieces. There’s a big focus on wellness, diversity and future trends.
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Start networking at TechCrunch Disrupt now
TechCrunch Disrupt 2020 is just a few weeks away but we've already opened up our CrunchMatch networking platform for attendees to be able to meet one another in advance of the big event. Not only will it help narrow down the people you want to meet with, we'll even have some speed networking happy hour sessions so you can meet people on the fly! Register for Disrupt today and save $100 with code TECHSTARS15.
Senior Entrepreneurs NZ is being established to support those who have set up businesses in their 50’s and 60s for the first time and for those who are exploring this option. Apply to join the meetup to receive further info.
What do technology skills accomplish when the highest purpose of an organisation is to deploy technology for common-good – ongoing improvement of community, environmental, social, as well as economic well-being.
How Global Insurance Brand MetLife is Partnering with Startups to Power Innovation in Financial Wellness
Join MetLife’s innovation office, Techstars and financial wellness startup, Zogo Finance on August 18 at 12pm ET for an online Ask Me Anything to learn what successful startup engagement really looks like. MetLife’s Chief Innovation Officer John Geyer, and VP of Innovation Terrance Luciani will share how they are teaming up with startups to drive new value across their business and are developing multiple POCs and pilots. Save your spot!
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