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ITx Rutherford 2019

ITx Rutherford 2019

When:

  • Wed 9 Oct, 9:00am – 7:00pm
  • Thu 10 Oct, 9:00am – 11:55pm
  • Fri 11 Oct, 10:00am – 5:30pm

Where:

Rutherford Hotel, 27 Nile Street West, Nelson

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Earlybird ITP/CITRENZ Member (2 days): $595.00
  • Earlybird Staff of ITP Corporate Partner (2 days): $636.00
  • Earlybird General Public (2 days): $795.00
  • Buy Tickets – 0800 252 255

ITx Rutherford is New Zealand's conference of tech, focusing on Innovation, Technology and Education.

ITx Rutherford features over 70 speakers in 5 streams, covering every part of tech. Choose the full 3-day conference, or the main 2 days (10-11 October 2019).

Come and see an incredible lineup of keynotes and speakers including:
- Timothy Kasbe, Managing Director of Zoho Corporation, A/NZ and Global Large Enterprise
- Dr Figen Ulgen, Head of Analytics and Insights Strategy, Woolworths NZ
- Dheeren Velu, Director of AI, CapGemini (Melbourne)
- Gaynor Parkin, Founder and CEO, Umbrella Wellbeing Ltd
- Andy Prow, Founder and Security Guru, RedShield

This is the tech event of 2019 and one not to be missed.

ITx Rutherford 2019 is being hosted in Nelson, New Zealand in October 2019. Nelson is best known for its stunning natural landscapes, with diverse geography capturing everything from long golden beaches to untouched forests and rugged mountains. However it's also home to a thriving tech scene and one of New Zealand's best regional conference venues at the Rutherford Hotel.

ITx Rutherford focuses on innovation, technology and education and brings IT professionals, decision-makers, leaders and academics together under one roof. This is where industry and academia come together to network, learn and engage.

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