Dear MIEA members & Invited friends,
We cordially invite you to an exclusive networking event co-hosted by the Migrant Investor & Entrepreneur Association (MIEA) and AWS (Amazon Web Services) NZ, and proudly sponsored by ASX (Australian Securities Exchange).
Join us on August 17th, from 5:15 pm to 8:30 pm at the AWS NZ office.
Our esteemed MC for the evening, Mr. Nick Arathimos, former director of investment programme at Immigration New Zealand, brings extensive expertise from seven prominent organizations. His invaluable insights will empower tech founders seeking to expand their business network.
The event agenda will examine strategies to boost the NZ and global capital market with NZ tech founders. Highlights include:
–Introduction and AIP (Active Investor Plus visa ) policy update by Matt Hoskin, Investor migrant programme manager of NZTE.
–Inspiring keynote migrant entrepreneur by Mitchell Pham ONZM , sharing his migrant journey.
–Panel discussion with migrant tech founders, revealing the driving forces behind their success.
–Enlightening session by Blair Harrison from ASX, exploring the pathway to private capital & IPO.
–Insights into how AWS collaborates with high-growth tech companies in NZ.
This event offers an exceptional opportunity for tech founders to connect with key industry players, explore investment prospects, and gain valuable insights into the dynamics of NZ and global capital markets.
Friendly reminder: Please bring photo ID (e.g., driver’s license) for entry to the AWS venue, and anticipate a slight delay due to security requirements.
In line with MIEA’s enduring vision of giving back to the community, we take immense pride to announce that all proceeds from admission ticket sales will be donated to the esteemed organization, Cure Kids, furthering our collective efforts to support their invaluable work for the betterment of children’s health and well-being.
* Cure Kids focus on raising funding to enable high-impact, New Zealand-based medical research to help save, extend and improve the lives of children diagnosed with serious life-impacting and life-limiting health conditions. Such as childhood cancers, inherited heart conditions, epilepsy, infectious diseases, cystic fibrosis, sudden unexpected death in infants (SUDI), stillbirth, burns as well as child and adolescent mental health – and many other areas of research.
We look forward to welcoming you on August 17th.