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We had a blast at Tech Week 2019!

Growing New Zealand Technology Business

Posted at 11:00 • 27 May • Amelia Branson • News


We had the opportunity to exhibit Learning Developments at the Hamilton Tech Week event.

Tech week in New Zealand fosters the growth of our technology and innovation sectors across the country, providing businesses with the opportunity to develop and connect. Find out more about Tech Week 2019 here.


Showcasing Education Technology

The star of our show was the Micro:Bit, which drew the attention of both businesses and tech-lovers. The question was often asked "so what does it do?", to which the only answer was "what can't it do!". The Micro:Bit is a versatile piece of programmable technology that can be used for essentially anything, with it's primary purpose being an effective tool for education.

Everyone from teachers wanting to inspire their students to parents looking for a way to encourage their kids to tinker with technology were interested in hearing what the Micro:Bit could do for them. It's no secret that the world is turning towards technology to facilitate advanced problem solving. The Micro:Bit is a fun way for students - and adults - to learn how they can make a difference with technology.

Pictured: Troy was interviewed by Ultrafast Fibre regarding the Micro:Bit.

We were able to network with some incredible, innovative businesses throughout the day, sharing ideas and predictions about the future of technology in New Zealand. It's exciting to see so many Kiwi's that are passionate about providing solutions to both domestic and global issues.

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