Dunedin's Premiere 2021 Tech Event

Tuesday 27 July 2021, Toitū Early Settlers Museum

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Dunedin ITx Innovation Day

Tuesday 27 July 2021. Register Now


The Dunedin ITx Innovation Day is Dunedin's premiere technology showcase, brought to you by the team behind ITx - New Zealand's largest independent tech conference. 

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An incredible Afternoon

The Dunedin ITx Innovation Day runs throughout the afternoon, finishing with refreshments.

Learn about the latest tech trends, support your team's professional development, hear about the most awesome things happening in tech right now, and most of all: have FUN!

Speakers include:

 

Kylie Jackson

Founder, Ōtepoti Games
 

Jamie Vaughan

ICT Manager, Gallaway Cook Allan
 

Igor Portugal

Chief Growth Officer, OneNet
 

Nicolás Erdödy

Founder, Open Parallel

 

Check out all Dunedin speakers here

 

 

Awesome sponsors

A massive thanks to our incredible Dunedin sponsors


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Where and When

The ITx Dunedin Innovation Day will be 1-6pm, 27 July 2021

Toitū Settlers Museum, 31 Queens Gardens, Dunedin

 

 

 

 

Dunedin Programme

(As always, the programme is subject to Change. All talks in-person)

Tuesday, 27th July 2021

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12:30pm Arrival
1:00pm Welcome
1:10pm How safe is your data?
Nicolás Erdödy, Director, Open Parallel Ltd & Multicore World
1:50pm IT War Stories
Jamie Vaughan, ICT Manager, Gallaway Cook Allan
2:20pm Afternoon Tea
2:40pm Panel TBC
Panel session with topic TBC
3:40pm Short break
3:50pm High Performance from the ground up
Luke Johnstone, Founder and Principal Consultant, Double-O Consultants
4:20pm What does post-Covid IT architecture look like?
Igor Portugal, Chief Growth Officer, OneNet
4:50pm Dunedin as NZ’s gaming hub
Kylie Jackson, MD, Ōtepoti Games
Tim Ponting, Establishment Director, Centre for Digital Excellence
5:20pm Closing
5:30pm Refreshments
Join us for refreshments and networking, complete with a demonstration and tour of the NZ early digital displays with tech historian Bruce McMillan