Taupaki pupils win grant to transform digital technology programme

Taupaki pupils win grant to transform digital technology programme

Taupaki School has won funding for their “Fearless Future” project, which aims to build pupil’s digital technology and leadership skills. Taupaki School will receive $10,000 through the Potentia Future Innovators in Tech (FIT) initiative.

2017 Future Innovators in Tech programme shortlist

2017 Future Innovators in Tech programme shortlist

How the 5 schools shortlisted for the Potentia FIT programme plan to use innovative tools and after school clubs to increase kiwi kids' interest in tech, their willingness to participate and their creativity.

Five Auckland schools make the shortlist for FIT programme

Five Auckland schools make the shortlist for FIT programme

“There is a need for kids to learn how to wield technology and to grow up to work in the tech sector. There is a shortage of skilled tech workers and engaging the future generation makes sense,” says Nathan Bryant-Taukiri, Managing Director of Potentia. “The potential to build a rewarding career is limitless.”

How do we contribute?

How do we contribute?

We’re delighted to announce our sponsorship of the Flying Kiwi Angels (FKA), an angel investment community that is "proud to back successful startups and budding entrepreneurs".

Viva NZ Tech

Viva NZ Tech

Nathan Bryant-Taukiri, Managing Director of Potentia, explains why we're partnering with schools to help open young people’s eyes to tech as a potential career path.