Last Registration for Canterbury Tech Cluster Event
When: Tuesday 4th July 2017 from 5:30pm
Cost: Free for members, $25 for non-members.
Register: Click to register for this event.
Venue: PwC Centre, Level 4, 60 Cashel Street, Christchurch
Business Speaker: Andrew Dachs, Connexionz
Andrew is the R&D manager at Connexionz. He joined a little less than a year ago, having been a systems engineer at Tait. Prior to that he worked in space and medical sectors; always with an emphasis on data communication. He has an unusual mix of technical and business skills and is currently trying to finish off his MBA.
Talk Title: Connexionz Export Journey
Connexionz provides real time passenger information systems to public transport operators. The company started by developing a system for Christchurch and has leveraged that to create solutions for customers in NZ, Australia and the United States. These are complex, high-touch systems and they are a long way from home. This talk is a frank discussion of where Connexionz succeed and the ways we are trying to rise up to meet the challenges when we fall short.
Business Speaker: Owen Scott, Concentrate
Owen Scott is Managing Director of Concentrate, a marketing agency that specialises in working with companies with a technology-based product or service, and a gold certified HubSpot partner with deep experience and capability in executing inbound marketing campaigns. Concentrate is HubSpot’s largest partner in New Zealand and in 2017, the company was awarded a global inbound growth award for work with New Zealand electronics exporter, AuCom Electronics.
Talk Title: Six tips to generating more leads online
If you are not participating in the digital part of the sales process you are increasingly invisible. This is especially true for firms selling hi-tech products and services. This presentation will give six ideas to attract, nurture and convert sales leads using digital tactics. It will show how to achieve a more efficient sales process, freeing up your sales team to focus on closing rather than cold calling.