Craig McGrory and Kylee de-Blecourt to Spearhead Potentia Wellington Expansion

Craig McGrory and Kylee de-Blecourt to Spearhead Potentia Wellington Expansion

Following our recent expansion into the Wellington recruitment market we have appointed two senior recruitment leaders to spearhead our new Wellington operations, Craig McGrory and Kylee de-Blecourt.

Potentia Expands into Wellington

Potentia Expands into Wellington

Following our recent appointment to the All-of-Government (AoG) supplier panel for External Recruitment Services we are excited to announce our expansion into Wellington. Wellington has an impressive and burgeoning technology market, both in the private and public sectors, and it's one we are thrilled to become a significant part of.

Flynn van Os is the 2017 Potentia Undergraduate Scholarship Recipient

Flynn van Os is the 2017 Potentia Undergraduate Scholarship Recipient

We are thrilled to announce Flynn van Os is the 2017 recipient of the Potentia Undergraduate Scholarship in Computer Science!

How to stay motivated and effective in your job hunt

How to stay motivated and effective in your job hunt

2008-2009, a once in a generation recession. Those out of work were desperate for results as outstanding bills piled up. Employers trying to keep their businesses solvent were inundated with applicants attempting anything they could to try and gain employment. An awful and desperate time for both sides of the equation. Now, thankfully, is a very different time.

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.