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IT Professionals NZ is turning 60!

Wednesday October 28, 2020

From humble beginnings in 1960 as the "Data Processing and Computer Society", IT Professionals NZ (Te Pou Hangarau Ngaio) has seen vast changes in technology, and huge growth in Aotearoa's presence on the world stage as an innovative tech community. ITP has consistently been the voice of NZ's tech profession to Government and others, while helping develop its members, set industry standards and recognise those who aspire to excellence.

The Dunedin branch of ITP invites you to join them in celebrating ITP's 60th Birthday celebration on Thursday November 26, 2020, hosted at Gallaway Cook Allan Lawyers, Level 2, 123 Vogel Street, Dunedin. 

Join us as we acknowledge those who have played a part in the growth of IT in the region over the last six decades, and look forward to the future of NZ's tech sector.

This special cocktail event will be MC'd by ITP Fellow Keith Lightfoot, with special guest checkins.

Dress code: Black tie optional

26 November 2020: 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Visit Otago Southland ITP 60th Birthday Event to register.


IT Professionals New Zealand

ITP is also hosting their ITP Christmas Function at the University of Canterbury Club in Christchurch, 7 December, 5:00pm - 7:00pm. Members are invited to join to socialise with others in the Canterbury IT scene. This event is free and registration is essential. Click here for more details and RSVP.

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