• Supporting Defence and Industry engagement globally despite travel restrictions

     

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  • Supporting the valuable contributions of industry from NZ and across the globe

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  • Helping businesses from NZ and around the world

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  • Engage with defence and national security agencies in New Zealand

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NZDIA utilises new events platform to deliver International Conferencing Solution for post-Covid new normal

On Friday the 12th of June, NZDIA hosted a demonstration online conference event via the brand new Hopin platform hosted by Event Mergers Limited (EML) through their sister company PAXABLE. The event was a fantastic success with a range of key speakers broadcasting from across New Zealand and Australia, a digital floor show and one-on-one networking for attendees who were able to access the event via their computers, smartphones or tablets from around the world.

We feel that this emerging technology will be vitally important for businesses of all sizes in the post-COVID environment and into and increasing technologically motivated future.

You can  read all about the details of the event in this wonderful write-up on the Defsec Website   and find out more via this Linkedin post by DefSec

 

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Supporting the valuable contributions of industry from NZ and across the world

In the 2019 Defence Capability Plan (DCP), the NZDIA is described as
‘… the preeminent body representing the commercial interests of Defence industry and its individual members. It is industry’s main conduit into Defence and vice versa.’

 

At the NZDIA Forum on 1 November 2018 Ron Mark, Minister for Defence said:
“Indeed, to deliver value to the Community, Nation and the World into the future, the importance of fostering strong and enduring relationships with Defence industry suppliers cannot be overstated. However, it would be a mistake to define defence industry too narrowly. The value it provides to the Defence Force, and to New Zealand communities, is greater than the delivery of platforms and equipment alone.
Trends such as climate change, transnational crime, irregular migration and terrorism will see the diversity and frequency of events we need to respond to grow. We will require strong strategic partnerships for in-service support to enable our capabilities to maintain high availability and be ready to respond to these changes.”

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  • Jim Collins

    Complete 3D

    Complete 3D is a Additive Manufacturing SME consultancy company that provides businesses with a unique perspective on manufacturing products and services. Complete 3D’s business philosophy is to work with New Zealand businesses to assist with identifying application and materials that are manufacturable through Additive Manufacturing technologies. This approach provides these businesses with the confidence in Additive products and open new doors for niche and high value product offerings. Working with NZDIA has provided Complete 3D

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  • Roger Hurst

    Loop Technologies

    Loop Technologies is an SME offering a range of electronics services, and as part of our company strategy we decided to pursue Defence opportunities within NZ. When we looked at the industry, there was no easy way for us to directly establish a profile.  Our first decision was to join the NZDIA, to provide us with a single point of entry.  Since then the NZDIA has given us many and varied opportunities to engage – introductions,

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