Kia ora, welcome to New Zealand – where we create unique solutions to problems, while always caring for people, place and planet. Together we can do amazing things.
New Zealand is leading the charge in agricultural technology, globally.
Explore some of the industries and sectors where New Zealand excels, and discover unique, world-class products and services tailored to your needs.
In New Zealand, we pride ourselves on our ideas - we're ingenious and our technology and skills reflect this. We're also an ideal test-bed for new technology.
We're proud to be one of the world's most trusted suppliers of quality food and beverages, delivering our best-tasting dairy, meat and fresh produce to discerning consumers.
13 August 2017
New Zealand innovation is reshaping the aerospace industry – with Rocket Lab blazing a smarter path to orbit and bringing space closer for thousands of businesses worldwide.
29 June 2017
Meet just some of the innovative New Zealand businesses that played a role in the 2017 America’s Cup - and learn how they’re making a difference for customers worldwide.
22 June 2017
Take a closer look at the latest agricultural technology from New Zealand – leading the charge for smarter, cleaner and more profitable farming globally.
12 March 2017
Clean power for heavy vehicles, concrete from waste plastic, and sand from glass bottles – meet three New Zealand businesses creating sustainable solutions for worldwide problems.
We make investing in New Zealand easy for you. We have unparalleled access to companies, people and networks throughout New Zealand to connect investors with opportunities.
New Zealanders have a reputation for innovation and creativity. Our fast growing ICT sector delivers world-class innovations in software, special effects, 3D games, retail and finance.
New Zealand is the largest exporter of dairy products and lamb and a major exporter of beef, apples and seafood. We have untapped capacity to export more.
If you’re planning to visit or emigrate to New Zealand to work or start a business, you may need a visa. You can find out more on the Immigration NZ website.
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