So many updates! So excite!
As part of our series of lead-in events aimed at improving the diversity of GovHack NZ, Meshed NZ is holding a free lead-in event for young people, this coming Saturday in Auckland.
And there’ll be pizza!
Last night, on a truly horrendous evening weather-wise, we were incredibly happy at the turnout for our pilot GovHack Women storytelling/info-sharing event in Wellington :)
Women from a huge range of backgrounds gathered together to find out more about GovHack NZ, how it works and what it’s all about, hear from women who’ve participated or helped organise before, and have their questions answered.
One of the best bits – other than the fantastic humour, curiosity and camaraderie of the evening – was that it looks like many of the women who attended are now considering participating in GovHack! Yay!!
If you’re curious about the event, we’ll leave the link for it up on our Register page – people will be posting comments, links, questions and more into the event over time :)
GovHack NZ (the main event) – get in quick while tickets last
Tickets are _flying_ out of the door, with some of our events nearly, or already, into waitlist territory!
We’re immensely chuffed to be able to say that registrations are open for:
- GovHack NZ (28-30 July, nationwide)
- GovHack Gen-Z (our lead-in event for youth, Auckland only, 15 July).
Stay tuned for some news re our other upcoming lead-in events – coming soon!
Sponsoring and supporting
If you or your organisation are keen to support GovHack this year, and get directly involved with the southern hemisphere’s largest open data / open government / civic tech hackathon, we’d love to hear from you :)
You can also find oodles of sponsorship information on our website. Sponsorship and other information packs
Staying up to date
We’ve got tonnes of information about GovHack on our website, at govhack.org.nz – videos, information packs, blog posts and more :)
You can also keep an eye on:
Yay! Super excited for this year. And, as always, please do get in touch if you have any questions, comments or thoughts :)
The GovHack NZ team