The tech education challenge in New Zealand

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The technology sector in New Zealand is difficult to measure because it is increasingly pervasive – technology is now a vital component and key differentiator across all industries, from traditional sectors such as retail, construction, banking, tourism, and primary industries to technology exemplars such as healthcare, software and technology services companies. This ...

The technology sector in New Zealand is difficult to measure because it is increasingly pervasive – technology is now a vital component and key differentiator across all industries, from traditional sectors such as retail, construction, banking, tourism, and primary industries to technology exemplars such as healthcare, software and technology services companies. This change from technology as an industry vertical to horizontal is relatively recent and has occurred in response to the persistent and unstoppable adoption of digital technologies. These allow companies better, lower cost models and the potential to disrupt their own and other sectors. New Zealand is committed to providing a high-growth, high-value economy, able to differentiate itself in an increasingly digital world without traditional trading boundaries – essentially moving towards becoming an Idea Economy where the ability to turn an idea into a new product or service has never been easier. Due to these pressures, New Zealand has to produce a high-skilled ‘digital’ workforce – the quality of which will provide a key ingredient in the development and success of New Zealand businesses in the digital age.

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