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Commercialising Software and IP from New Zealand

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When:

  • Thu 19 Apr ’12, 5:00pm – 7:30pm

Where:

Auckland Town Hall - Great Hall, 303 Queen St, Auckland CBD

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Flat rate: $25.00

Website:

Auckland ICT

April 2012 marks the seventh anniversary of the re-launch of the cluster, so come along to celebrate this milestone and hear from two experts in commercialisation. Steve Corbett, CEO of ecentre Ltd, will talk about the next seven years and Paul Adams, Founder and CEO of EverEdge IP, will talk about commercialising IP from New Zealand.

Commercialisation – the next seven years:

Why the ecosystem and expertise built over the past seven years will ensure that the next seven years will be the best years for NZ software companies.

Steve Corbett is the founder CEO of ecentre Ltd , Massey University’s, business development company. ecentre assists new economy companies develop their capability to convert their innovation and entrepreneurship into growth focused, investment ready companies. ecentre has developed and continues to develop processes to systemise entrepreneurship and innovation.

Steve is a director of four early stage companies specialising in software development and market research. He was a Partner at Deloitte for 13 years, specialising in business and taxation advisory. He is a Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and has a Bachelor in Commerce from The University of Auckland.

Commercialising IP from New Zealand:

Key lessons from NZ’s leading commercialisation firm on taking an innovation or technology from New Zealand to the world.

Paul Adams is the Founder and CEO of EverEdge IP, the winner of the NZ 2012 International Business Awards for Best Commercialisation of IP. He founded the Icehouse Incubator and was the IP Manager for Navman NZ. He has worked in Silicon Valley and holds degrees in Law (Honours) specialising in software licensing law and Arts (Economics and History) from The University of Auckland.

Go to the Auckland ICT website for more information and to RSVP.

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