Last week’s NetHui 2012 Conference attracted over 600 delegates from across the New Zealand community. Thanks to all for participating and contributing. The energy, ideas and korero were hugely powerful! Held over three days from 11-13 July at the SkyCity Convention Centre, NetHui focused on the impact of the Internet and how it is influencing… Read more >>
InternetNZ (Internet New Zealand Inc) is pleased to announce that Economic Development Minister Hon Steven Joyce will deliver a Ministerial address at NetHui 2012 on the morning of Thursday 12 July. InternetNZ also advises that it will launch two reports at NetHui 2012 examining the economic impact of the Internet on the economy and its… Read more >>
InternetNZ (Internet New Zealand inc) invites participants from throughout New Zealand’s Health Sector to attend NetHui 2012, New Zealand’s most diverse and inclusive conference about the Internet. NetHui 2012 brings together everyone with a stake in the Internet to find ways to work together on issues. You should attend NetHui to address the big issues… Read more >>
InternetNZ (Internet New Zealand Inc) is pleased to announce that former US Federal Trade Commissioner Pamela Jones Harbour will deliver the International Keynote on the first day of the NetHui 2012 conference at SkyCity in Auckland from 11-13 July. Ms Harbour is recognised internationally for her leadership in the emerging field of privacy and data… Read more >>
What an exciting start to the run-up to NetHui 2012. The refreshed website, again beautifully designed by Nelson firm Sunroom, launched on 14 March and has operated without a hitch. The first day saw 396 unique visitors, with 1179 over the first week. A large group of sponsors are already on board, as can be… Read more >>
Registrations for NetHui 2012 – New Zealand’s most diverse and inclusive Internet conference – are now open! Registrations cost a low $40 including GST. The conference is being held at Auckland’s SkyCity Convention Centre from 11 – 13 July. If you’re interested in taking part in collaborative, community-led discussions on the impact of the Internet… Read more >>
Following the outstanding success of the inaugural NetHui 2011 conference, InternetNZ (Internet New Zealand Inc) is pleased to announce a more-than-repeat performance – NetHui 2012. Part of the unique NetHui 2011 flavour came from keeping the registration fee at a very affordable level, $30 plus GST. In 2012, the registration fee continues to be very… Read more >>
Government CIO and Chief Executive, DIA
Nethui provides the opportunity for a wide group of people to discuss a range of complex issues in an open forum. I would like to see this grow on last year’s success.
Digital Media Consultant
Net Hui gives anyone the opportunity to be heard and to interact with decision makers to gain new ideas and direction.
It is hard to imagine a life now that is not online. Information is the currency of the online world and personal information is the most valuable part. NetHui is an opportunity for us all to focus our minds on where we are at and where we might go.
Chairman of Māori Internet Society
NetHui 2011 was a tremendous success for InternetNZ and all those who attended or watched proceedings via the internet. NetHui 2012 will build on the learnings from last year and reach out to meny more in the community to participate and engage and learn. Nau mai, Haere Mai, Whakatau mai! Register early and don’t miss out.
Chief Executive, Consumer NZ
The Internet has changed the way we conduct our lives – from buying and selling, to keeping up with the world and our friends. The Internet has brought huge social and economic benefits. NetHui 2012 will be a chance to discuss those, and importantly the responsibilities that go along with them.
Mike O’Donnell (MOD)
Head of Operations, TradeMe
Sixteen years ago John Perry Barlow described cyberspace as the new home of the mind, and told Governments they had no sovereignty there. More recently Kim Dotcom proved Barlow wrong. It’s timely for local denizens of cyberspace to meet and discuss how best to harness the opportunities the internet delivers.
Judge David Harvey
District Court Judge
Last year’s Nethui was a brilliant conference. This year let the dialogue
continue and may this Conference be even better than the last.
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