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In association with FICCI, INZBC Summit 2017 will witness delegates from across New Zealand and India to discuss in depth the scope of Edu-Tech industry in both the countries. 

Attending this summit will not only equip you with knowledge on Edu-Tech sector but also help you get connected with excellent speakers in the sphere.

Over 200 delegates to attend High-intensity event focusing on international education industry comprehensive insights from policymakers.

See our speakers list.
However, our full list is still pending, as we are working on finalising the speakers soon.

As India looks to increase its Edu-Tech output, there is great need—and a growing market—for sophisticated mechanised tools and equipment. There is a significant opportunity for Kiwi businesses to get access to networks of business from India.

Don’t miss the opportunity to meet the industry leaders from both India and New Zealand.The summit to focus on various areas like:

  • Education industry solution providers
  • Policies – Listen to policymakers
  • Perspective on Learning and Innovation Priorities
  • Edu-Tech Start-Up Firms from India and New Zealand
  • Knowledge Transfer: Exposure to global best practices
  • Networking: Explore collaborations with domestic/foreign partners
  • A collaboration of education with Indian & NZ education providers.

Please purchase tickets at the earliest as seats are limited! Look forward to seeing you at the summit.

The Pullman Hotel,
Auckland,
New Zealand

 

Member’s Ticket Pricing

Corporate Table – $1300 incl. GST
(Table of 8)

Half Table – $700 incl. GST

Single Ticket – $200 incl. GST 

Non-Member’s Ticket Pricing

Corporate Table – $1700 incl. GST
(Table of 8)

Half Table – $900 incl. GST

Single Ticket – $250 incl. GST

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