- What is NetHui?
- Code of Conduct
- Sponsors & Supporters
- Manawatū 5 October
- West Coast 11 October
- Southland 16 October
Community supporters help us promote NetHui and support the events. If you would like to be a community supporter and help us make NetHui 2018 the best yet, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Support NetHui 2018 by becoming a Community Supporter for the NetHui Roadtrip!
Manawatū - 5 October
West Coast - 11 October
Southland - 16 October
NetHui is on the road this year. We're looking for organisations and networks that can help spread the word of this upcoming event. This is not a sponsorship ask - we want your help with getting the word out to your networks and communities to ensure NetHui is a community run event for everyone that uses and has an interest in the Internet.
What your organisation will get as a Community Supporter
NOTE: Please send your logo asap to email@example.com.
Ways you can help promote NetHui
NOTE: We can supply promotional images at your request
The Buller District Council is the territorial authority for the northern West Coast. Their goal is to promote the well-being of the local communities. They have a wide range of responsibilities under the Local Government Act.
EPIC Westport offers 350 square meters of open plan co-working spaces, fully serviced offices and meeting rooms. Our memberships are extremely flexible and include power, rent and internet.
The Central Economic Development Agency (CEDA) exists to drive and facilitate the creation and growth of economic wealth in Manawatu and beyond.
Venture Southland is the Economic Development Agency for Southland, delivering a wide range of initiatives, services and events to promote and grow the region alongside Southland communities.
TUANZ is the association for the users of digital technology and connectivity. They're the group helping their members make sense of the digital future through sharing experiences and knowledge about using current and new technology.
Figure.NZ is a charity devoted to getting people to use data about New Zealand. It pulls together New Zealand's public sector, private sector and academic data in one place, making it easy for people to use in simple graphical form for free through the website.
Operating as a not-for-profit organisation, Tohatoha advocates for open access and open licensing across a range of sectors in New Zealand.
The 20/20 Trust provides digital inclusion leadership, partnering with local communities to deliver digital literacy and inclusion programmes that build New Zealanders’ computer skills and online access.
Online safety for New Zealand.
The New Zealand Work Research Institute provides high quality research across a broad multidisciplinary programme concerned with people and work.
NetHui wouldn’t be possible without the generous support of a large number of sponsors and community supporters. If you would like to sponsor NetHui please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.