Welcome to Ingram Micro Showcase On The Road, 2021!
This year, we’re taking Showcase on the road, visiting 10 towns and cities across the country. By doing so, we’re aiming to connect players across the IT ecosystem with minimum disruption. We’ll be travelling to share emerging trends and new insights with resellers and host a more intimate, more hands-on Showcase.
About Ingram Micro Showcase On The Road, 2021
Ingram Micro Showcase is one of New Zealand’s leading technology events. It features technology solutions from various vendors and draws thousands of attendees usually across Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
Showcase On The Road, 2021 will be hosted at 10 different locations around the country from 4 August until 21 October. It offers vendors a platform to share with the reseller and end user community emerging trends and new insights accelerated by recent events.
Showcase also features the latest technologies, products and services offered by various vendors. It enables direct engagement between vendors and new and existing resellers, helping them discover new solutions to take to market. Starting at midday until 4:30pm, you can expect a lot packed into a full agenda which includes plenary sessions, exhibition breaks and concurrent speaking sessions.
A must-attend event for the technology industry
Showcase On The Road, 2021 will connect key players across the IT ecosystem, offering an essential opportunity to drivebusiness development and network with the people who make the New Zealand IT industry work.
Why should I attend?
Learn about emerging trends and opportunities
See an extensive range of vendors and products in one place, from consumer tech through to very high-end enterprise technology
Expand your knowledgeand skills
Network and discovernew solutions
Dates & Venues
|4 August||Auckland||Ellerslie Events Centre|
|6 August||Tauranga||Trustpower Baypark|
|23 August||Wellington||Shed 6|
|25 August||Nelson||Rutherford Hotel|
|27 August||Christchurch||Wigram Airforce Museum|
|30 August||Dunedin||Town Hall|
|19 October||New Plymouth||The Devon Hotel|
|20 October||Palmerston North||Palmerston North Convention Centre|
|21 October||Napier||Napier Convention Centre|
|12:30pm - 1:00pm||Silent Theatre Plenary Session by Logitech|
|1:00pm - 1:20pm||Exhibition Break|
|1:20pm - 1:40pm||Silent Theatre Sessions
Veeam | Allied Telesis | Trend Micro
|1:40pm - 2:00pm||Silent Theatre Sessions
VMware | Microsoft Surface | Fortinet
|2:00pm - 2:20pm||Silent Theatre Sessions
Red Hat | Norton | Amazon Web Services
|2:20pm - 2:40pm||Exhibition Break|
|2:40pm - 3:10pm||Silent Theatre Plenary Session|
|Paul Spain - Futurist, Keynote
Tech/Business/Cyber commentator on TV/Radio, Strategist
|Tony Alexander - Economics
|Cassie Roma - Executive Advisor |
Building Strong Brands & Stronger Teams | Founder & Director, CR&Co | Community Growth &
Channel Expert | Author | Platform Evolution & Storytelling at scale
|3:10pm - 3:30pm||Exhibition Break|
|3:30pm - 3:50pm||Silent Theatre Sessions
Targus | 8x8 | IBM
|3:50pm - 4:10pm||Silent Theatre Sessions
IMNZ Financial Solutions
|4:10pm - 4:30pm||Exhibition Break|
Futurist, CEO, Tech & Business Commentator
Paul Spain is a futurist and communicator who shares from his years of experience in the fields of business, technology and digital media to inspire and educate audiences. Even well before Paul founded Gorilla Technology at age 24 his unique talents had attracted the attention of Microsoft, Ogilvy & Mather and Auckland University of Technology amongst others.
Paul is regularly invited by global leaders such as Ford, Intel, Samsung, HP and Microsoft to attend their events around the world – including visits to research centres, conferences and events in United Kingdom, China, Italy, India, United States, Singapore and Taiwan.
Today Paul Spain is regularly featured in the media and as a speaker at events
and public. In a typical month he will communicate with over 100,000 people on topics such
as a futurist mindset, technology enablement, innovation and disruption, strategic thinking
and business trends.
Paul loves to inspire positive and strategic change in his audiences. He often does this by painting a forward-thinking picture and discussing practical ways individuals and organisations can position themselves for success – rather than being disrupted by others.
Paul Spain is host of NZ Business Podcast and NZ Tech Podcast and features across numerous TV and Radio news shows. In these segments Paul discusses the crossover between business and technology – in addition to looking at consumer trends. His NZ Business Podcast features discussions with leaders such as Sir Stephen Tindall (The Warehouse Group), Rod Drury (Xero), Sir Michael Hill and Sir Graham Henry (All Blacks).
Founder & Director CR&Co
You might recognise Cassie Roma as the right-hand woman to the CEO on Aotearoa's own re-booted version of The Apprentice. She's a straight shooting, kind, & experienced entrepreneur who spent twenty years climbing some fairly hefty corporate ladders in Australasia & beyond.
Cassie is a California native, and after 17 years in New Zealand, a proud YanKiwi. Passionate about creative content, social media strategy, the influencer economy, & storytelling across mediums both emerging and traditional, Cassie has literally lived & breathed the digital revolution.
Whilst she has spent the majority of her career working in and with large corporates, she is now a fully-fledged entrepreneur, working as both Founder & Director of CR&Co, a game-changing consultancy & multi-media business built around the impactful areas of brands where creativity, content and code collide.
Cassie has been awarded & recognised globally as a thought leader in the fields of social media marketing, storytelling for brands, digital marketing, & the anthropological power of brand in the lives of consumers. She’s also an author, keynote speaker, TEDx alumni, professional coach and mentor.
Beyond the office, Cassie spends her free time working on projects that she’s passionate about – most of which aim to lift others through education, diversity, & action. Cassie is a proud member of the LGBTQIA+ community & speaks often on topics that include Pride and empowering women in the workplace.
Economics Analyst & Commentator
Tony Alexander has been employed as Chief Economist at the Bank of New Zealand since 1994 with responsibilities including informing senior management about economic developments and prospects, risks and opportunities, and provision of services for the bank’s staff and client base. He is an accomplished public speaker much in demand and each year delivers between 80 and 130 presentations at bank seminars, conferences, and client functions around the country and offshore. He writes and distributes the monthly NZ Observer directly to 11,000 email recipients with extensive links from other websites. Prior to joining the BNZ, Tony worked as principal economist at a stockbroking firm in Wellington, and before that as Research Officer then Treasury Economist with Westpac Bank initially in Sydney, Australia, then New Zealand from 1987.
Registrations open 21 June 2021.REGISTER HERE
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