In a landmark collaboration, New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) and Education New Zealand (ENZ) recently showcased 18 NZ EdTech companies at EduTech Melbourne 2023. Building on the success of last year’s event, the partnership aimed to provide a low-risk entry point for New Zealand EdTechs into the Australian market. The event generated 80 prospective customer and partner leads, highlighting the value of in-market experience. Attendees included a diverse array of tech providers offering solutions in fields like numeracy, literacy, and STEM. Notably, the event also featured key speaker sessions on topics like Vocational Education and cultural responsiveness. The positive feedback underscores the power of collective representation and reaffirms the strong potential for NZ’s EdTech community in Australia.
Read ENZ’s blog post to learn in depth about the delegation to EduTech Melbourne 2023 and the key takeaways from the conference and expo.
This month, we hosted the second event on our EdTech export market deep-dives, with a focus on the USA market. We were privileged to have experienced speakers who shared invaluable insights into exporting to the U.S. market. The lineup included Amy Bucher (ADInstruments), Ronel Schodt (Kai’s Education), Scott Cardwell (ImmerseMe), Bob Drummond (Kami) and Michael Fuller(NZTE). Their collective expertise provided attendees with a comprehensive understanding of the challenges and opportunities in expanding to the U.S. You can watch a replay of our event here.
The U.S. presents a $2.2 billion opportunity in the educational technology sector. Success in this market requires a nuanced strategy, focusing on both district-level decisions and grassroots teacher engagement. Key insights from our event covered the power of word-of-mouth marketing, the complexities of funding, and the practical insights on entering the U.S. market as a foreign company. Dive into the intricacies of the U.S. EdTech market with our latest blog post.
We’re gearing up for our annual general meeting, where we will share our journey over the last year, as well as share our strategic focuses for the next year, as well as welcome in our new executive council. Currently, voting for our nominees are now open – if you’re an EdTechNZ member, make sure you get your vote in!
Read full news here: EdTechNZ September Newsletter