RWC 2011 brings together NZ’s hi tech industries to engage with the 1,000’s of visitors NZ will host.

Businesses and Government agencies in New Zealand are quietly behind the scenes preparing for the largest sporting event to be held in this hi-tech and and beautiful country in our life time. The Rugby World Cup 2011 is coming to the home of the world famous All Blacks and this is bringing 1,000’s of the fans, business leaders from around the world in September 2011. Some are billing it as NZ’s biggest party. So come on down we have alot to show and share!

Members of the Auckland ICT community and in particular members of this web site are keen to engage with visitors to NZ during this time to build relationships and show the remarkable scope, skill and capability that can be delivered. We welcome a casual hello, formal meetings, introductions or whatever level of engagement you are welcome with.

The following video from the agriculture industry and specifically the merino wool sector encapsulates what NZ industry is keen to show case in their respective fields.

Members of the AucklandICT Industry group and the Electronics Auckland members will be actively engaging thru the NZ2011 channel. Both visitors to New Zealand during the Rugby World Cup and local companies are strongly recommended to enroll (NO CHARGE) to begin the free and faciliated matching process. New Zealand has a dynamic hi tech industry that is leading edge. http://www.nz2011.govt.nz/business/real-nz-showcase/ict

So NOW is the time to enrol before the whisle blows on the largest sporting event ever to come to New Zealand.

Rugby World Cup 2011 presents an unpresidented opportunity for New Zealand to showcase it’s innovation and creativity in the ICT sector. But what can local businesses do to participate?

The NZ2011 Business Club  www.nz2011.govt.nz/business creates opportunities for businesses to host visitors in similar industries or with common interests and show them the real New Zealand. By hosting international business people, New Zealand businesses that take part in the programme will make valuable business connections. The programme will suit business looking to expand through capital investment, exports or innovation.
Membership is free and open to all www.nz2011.govt.nz/business/join-the-club/

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Thanks for visiting this website during your hectic day. We live in one of the most fortunate and idyllic countries in the world to create innovation and to work. Our remoteness from the trouble spots around the world actually means we can dream and plan hi-tech innovation without worrying about foreign industrial espionage, bomb blasts down the road, armies sitting on our door step or mass riots about to close us down.

New Zealand is the dream location for many to move to and set up business. Registering up a business is as about complicated as buying your groceries online. Many companies in NZ punch well above their weight on the international scene. We are a country that for over a 100 years relied on shipping routes to England, Americas and Asia to survive.

Today we are world leaders in many sectors such as forestry, milk and dairy, tourism destination and in a lesser way high technology. The diversity in NZ ranges from GPS chips, specialist manufacturing, aluminium casting for wheels in the USA market, model making and set construction for such films as the Lord of the Rings, King Kong. A NZ flower grower was responsible for all the flowers used in US President Barack Osama’s inauguration. The range is widely diverse and almost fair to say in every sector, though we don’t build submarines we build the best super yachts in the world and we even have our own fledging rocket industry. We make robots that fly and robots that can turn a cripple into 6 Million dollar man. 3D interactive stamps for British Post are developed and designed in NZ as are all the road maps for Australia.

The list is almost endless, but I think you get the idea.

Welcome to the Land of the Long White Cloud.
where dreams and innovation come alive and customers from around the world seek Kiwi technology to solve their problems.