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Motovated was privileged to attend the 2017 Canterbury Start-Up Expo – Launch | Grow | Innovate again this month.

Start-Up Innovation, Engineering Your Vision

The Regional Business Partner (RBP) Network and the Ministry of Awesome  hosted another amazing opportunity for inventors and innovators to begin their path to market.  Motovated has been helping clients on this journey for 18 years now, so we know a bit about it!

It is really enjoyable to be part of the incubator that is Canterbury.  Hat’s off to ChristchurchNZ and others that make Canterbury in particular, and New Zealand in general, such an amazing place to create innovation!  The Regional Business Partner programme in Christchurch and mid-Canterbury is proudly brought to you by the Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce (CECC) and ChristchurchNZ. If you live slightly further afield, you can connect with your local Regional Business Partners in South Canterbury through the South Canterbury Chamber of Commerce, and in North Canterbury through Enterprise North Canterbury.  Our contact in CECC is Rob Lawrence.

Please feel free to contact the  Ministry of Awesome or Rob at CECC directly if you’d like more information!

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