Companies from the Enterprise Precinct and Innovation Centre (EPIC) share their stories of taking ideas and turning them into viable global products and services. Learn how organisations including; SLI Systems, CerebralFix, Digital Confectioners, Brush Technology, Redseed, Skilitics and others overcame the challenges of establishing business models, winning international clients and scaling their business beyond startups. Then ask your own questions in the "Ask Me Anything" panel interview and wrap it up with a showcase and networking.
CEO and Founder of RedSeed. RedSeed is a system that grows sales through giving the team the skills to delight customers. The results speak for themselves; on average we lift sales by 12% over three years.
The RedSeed system brings together your sales associates and your supervisors, to ensure real change of behaviour, so your customers love shopping with you!
With a background of wiz-bang electronics and firmware, Berwyn brings over 20 years of business experience. Drawing from a depth of involvement with exciting teams, he adds a robust and reliable foundation based on deep knowledge of the industry.
Bryan was the original founder of Brush, and his eye for the artistic is key to our motto, “the art of good design”. His skills in both the design and the database aspects of large-scale web products provide real value for our customers.
Passionate about disruptive startups, big data, training development and analytics. Speaks globally on innovation in learning analytics, adaptive learning, assessment and measurement. Enjoys strategic and creative thinking and exploring new business models.
Henry has spent over half a decade leading the design and delivery of digital engagement for the world's top tier entertainment companies such as Disney, DreamWorks and Sony Pictures.
His background enabled him to found the global VRAR Studio 'Corvecto', specialized in delivering professional VR/AR solutions from small to multi-billion dollar organisations around the world in all manner of industry sectors.
I have experience in the NZ technology industry, in technical, sales & marketing roles. My career has involved helping businesses successfully develop, use or commercialise technology-based products & services.
A regular columnist in The Press, I am on the board of the New Zealand Hi-Tech Trust and Enable Services, the company responsible for building an UFB for Christchurch.