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".

What being a migrant worker means to me – insight into how a software developer from Argentina found his first day at work in Auckland

What being a migrant worker means to me – insight into how a software developer from Argentina found his first day at work in Auckland

Hundreds of professionals move to NZ and join some of our most promising tech start-ups and leading businesses every year. While the media often focuses on what companies and co-workers can do to support cultural diversity in the workplace, here we look at the topic from a migrant worker’s point of view. What’s their most pressing concern when they first arrive in NZ from overseas?

Business climate change creates movement at C-level

Business climate change creates movement at C-level

The C-Suite is evolving. There are jobs now that didn't exist 10 years ago as data, systems, digital media and a less tangible but more global marketplace become part of BAU. Are you evolving too?

Potentia IDT Quarterly Insights Report

Potentia IDT Quarterly Insights Report

It’s hard to believe we’re well into the second quarter of 2015 already. It’s been a busy start to the year, for all of us it would appear, with our IDT Quarterly Insights Report revealing that hiring levels are sitting at 10% above the historical Q1 average. This report delves into the key areas of candidate demand, how the contracting market is faring and two new trends we’ve identified and expect to see embedded in our industry over the coming months.

IT is dead

IT is dead

IT is dead. Well, it's redundant. Particularly when we consider the industry its generalised use sets out to describe. This antiquated term is too restrictive and narrow, and so Potentia no longer services the IT industry but is focused on stimulating growth in the Innovation, Digital and Technology (IDT) industry.

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