The KANZ Technology Summit 2014 brings together industry, research and policy representatives from Korea, Australia and New Zealand to discuss digital developments and initiatives and to explore collaboration.
This year’s summit will be hosted by New Zealand on 9 - 10 July in Auckland. The New Zealand Minister for Communications and Information Technology, The Hon. Amy Adams, the Australian Minister for Communications, The Hon. Malcolm Turnbull MP and the Korean Minister of Science, Innovation and Future Planning, Choi Mun-kee are expected to attend.
Day one of the Summit will allow delegates to select from a multi-track conference to gain insights and explore contemporary trends within the emerging digital economy:
Track One – Identity is the New Money
BitCoin investors cry “Help, I want my anonymous, untraceable digital cash back!” Is privacy without anonymity king?
How mobile payments will impact mobile strategies
Track Two – Emerging Considerations for Technology Start-Ups
Crowd funding – distraction or reality?
Defining the optimum incubator environment – a showcase of best practice
Track Three – Smart Cities and Smart Collaboration
Future proofing and sensing technology
How tech companies can cloud together to offer significant new solutions
Day two of the Summit is a plenary day which will feature contributions from ministerial delegations and several provocative keynote addresses arising from day one. The Summit will conclude with the announcement of new initiatives generated by the meeting.
Registrations and more details coming soon.