Upcoming Events Shift

Industry Engagement - Dunedin Events

Thursday April 4, 2019

All events listed below, unless stated otherwise, take place at Signal's Dunedin studio at 123 Vogel Street, Level 2.  Current students are expected to attend, and we welcome prospective students looking to gain insight into a particular company/area of expertise.

If you feel you have something to contribute to our students we welcome your interest in being a guest speaker.  Please email us for further information.

Please check this page regularly for the most up-to-date list of speakers and speaking times.  Times may change due to the speaker availability.

Upcoming Events

Friday 3 May

11am - 12noon
Steve Miller
Sales Manager
Computer Concepts Ltd (CCL)
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/stevemillernz

Friday 17 May
9.30am - 2pm
Claudia Ott & Veronica Liesaputra
SHIFT Academic Coordinators
University of Otago
Software Project Management Workshop

Friday 7 June
9.30am - 10.30am
David Band
Signal Board Chairman
Presentation Skills Workshop
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/david-band-9b40765

Past 2019 Events

Friday 22 February
Chanel O'Brian
Business Development Advisor
Enterprise Dunedin, Dunedin City Council
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/chanel-o-brien-9669822b

Friday 1 March
Ian Simpson
Chief Executive Officer
Logic Studio
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/ihsimpson

Claudia Ott & Veronica Liesaputra
SHIFT Academic Coordinators
University of Otago
"IT Roles"

Friday 8 March
Claudia Ott & Veronica Liesaputra
SHIFT Academic Coordinators
University of Otago
"Dunedin Tech Companies"

Jason Leong
CEO & Co-founder
PocketSmith
LinkedIN: linkedin.com/in/jasonleong

Rachel Butler
Audacious & Startup Dunedin
LinkedIn (Rachel): linkedin.com/in/rachel-butler-b5883a95

Friday 15 March
Claudia Ott & Veronica Liesaputra
SHIFT Academic Coordinators
University of Otago
"Design Thinking"

Jon Foote
Director and Principal Consultant
Flock Consulting
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/footejon

Friday 22 March
Claudia Ott & Veronica Liesaputra
SHIFT Academic Coordinators
University of Otago
"Computer Science/Information Science Research Labs"
(Venue: Computer Science/Information Science Computer Research Labs)

Leanne Ross
Professional Practice Fellow (Digital & Sports Marketing)
Department of Marketing
University of Otago
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/leannerossbelfast
(Venue: Otago Business School Boardroom - Room OBS3.19/20)

Friday 29 March

George Sealy
Lead Software Engineer, iOS
BlueJeans Network
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/georgesealy

Sam Mulholland
Founder and Managing Director
Standby Consulting
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/sam-mulholland-333b6bb

Kylie Robinson
Co-founder & CEO
Igtimi
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/kylie-nz

Friday 5 April
Amy Heinrich & Phil Wheeler
Software Engineer & Development Manager
AdInstruments
LinkedIn (Amy): linkedin.com/in/aaheinrich

Friday 12 April
John Enlow
Chief Product Officer
TracMap
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/johnenlow

Claudia Ott & Veronica Liesaputra
SHIFT Academic Coordinators
University of Otago
Topic TBC

Rodney Tamblyn
CEO UX/UI Designer/Strategist/Researcher
OceanBrowser

LinkedIn (Rodney): linkedin.com/in/rodneytamblyn


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