NZRise Code of Conduct

Purpose NZRise is a group of business leaders from NZ owned digital technology firms which exists to support and represent the interests of the NZ owned sector. We have a diverse community with a range of priorities and interests – this is an opportunity and a...

Diversity and Inclusion

NZRise members recognise that engaging people from a variety of backgrounds, views and experiences is critical to building the skills and talent New Zealand needs. Diversity benefits the Digital Technology sector, our community and the New Zealand economy as a whole,...

Digital Skills

Digital skills are the skills needed to find, evaluate, utilize, share and create content using information technologies and the Internet. Digital skills can be basic, such as the ability to use email or online banking, through to more advanced skills such as...

Advocacy

The NZRise, NZTech and AMS joint submission to Inland Revenue regarding IRRUIP10 TICS Bill, Open Letter to MPs After further third-party legal review, a response to Minister Adam’s response on the TICS Bill. Response by Minister Amy Adams to the Telecommunications...

In the Media

Interview onNewztalkZBabout IRD’s large IT project – “Concerns over IRD IT contract“ NZ Herald – Tech firms fear trade deal loss of freedom National Business Review – Wanted, A New Deal for NZ Business Computerworld UK article on how a Government IT supplier oligarchy...

NZ Digital Future Manifesto

Twenty of New Zealand’s leading Digital Technology industry associations, including NZRise, released a manifesto for the future of New Zealand from a tech perspective on 24 May 2017. The manifesto describes goals across many sectors, including education, the...