The following companies are wonderful sponsors of the Wellington event, we are also grateful to all the national and international sponsors - see the complete list at govhack.org/#supporters.
HP are the New Zealand-wide titanium GovHackNZ sponsor as well as providing fun and support at the Wellington event. Let's get racing!
One of our inaugral sponsors and a log time advocate of open source. Thanks so much Silverstripe!
It's a big event and we're stoked that Optimal People are with us on this journey. Without them, we wouldn't have "tigers" or be "slick", but now, just you wait ...
Without companies providing the space (and still paying them) to volunteer for such an event we wouldn't have antyhing, and it's typical of Rabid to step up and support local initiaives.
Vend have, since their inception, been long term supporters of local tech events and we're honoured to have the team support us!
From the beginning, the team at OptimalBI have supported GovHackNZ and have removed all hurdles to their staff being involved at all levels.
IWantMyName are more than financial supporters of the event with both expertise, resources and staff chipping in to help.
Without Propellerhead there would be no GovHackNZ. We at the Wellington event are extremely proud to have Andrew and his team along as sponsors!
Fujitsu have worked hard with our events team to ensure all the rough edges are smoothed away, thanks so much for their ongoing support.
Thanks to Uber Wellington for providing 3 free rides to all our attendees over the weekend - no excuse now!
If you're registered and haven't received your unique Uber code by 5pm Thursday 2 July, please email email@example.com.
Intergraph are supporting the infrastructure for GovHack Wellington and supplying data feeds from the Mobile Alert crowdsourcing app, along with access to the Intergraph EdgeFrontier integration toolset. They're also supporting an award to entrants working with public safety and security or real-time event and incident data. Awesome stuff :)
The brewers and suppliers of a specially-made GovHack beer! From humble beginnings brewing out of a garage on Webb St in Wellington, Webb St Brewery has now moved its operation to the Occasional Brewer on Victoria Street. They brew small batches of experimental beers as well as refined interpretations of classic styles.
The Innovation team from Air New Zealand will be at AKL and WLG - thanks so much for their enthusiasm and CIO support.
Thanks Hack Miramar for being the catalyst for making our event happen and for representing us at the national level.