Future Innovators in Tech

Future Innovators in Tech

The Potentia Future Innovators in Tech programme aims to support and enhance the uptake of technology skills in school by providing a grant of $10,000. Entries close on 14 April 2017. This promotion is open to all primary, intermediate and secondary schools in Auckland.

Tech salaries are up 6%

Tech salaries are up 6%

Salaries for jobs in the tech sector rose 6% last year, driven by strong demand for people with digital skills and considerable job growth.

Potentia picks New Zealand's next top talent

Potentia picks New Zealand's next top talent

New Zealand’s leading Innovation, Digital and Technology (IDT) recruiter has continued its support of the next generation of tech talent by awarding Ena Sun the prestigious Potentia Undergraduate Scholarship for 2016. This is the third year the scholarship has been awarded to a student in their final year of study at the University of Auckland and Ena was a clear winner in the process.

Job market update

Job market update

The current contract market is strong with large-scale transformation/change programmes across a number of enterprise environments. While the permanent market is being largely dominated by a number of leadership roles and senior delivery roles.

Congratulations SPCA New Zealand

Congratulations SPCA New Zealand

Thank you everyone who voted for a deserving charity in the 2015 Potentia $10,000 Charity vote. We are happy to announce the charity with the most votes and who will receive the $10,000 grant is SPCA New Zealand!

2015 Potentia $10,000 Charity vote

2015 Potentia $10,000 Charity vote

Each year instead of giving out corporate gifts at Christmas, we run a public vote where one deserving charity receives the Potentia $10,000 Charity grant in time for Christmas.