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From idea to execution: Chch innovation hub incubating success

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In the centre of the Christchurch CBD, a building that began as a disaster recovery project has evolved into the city’s beating heart of technology innovation.

From idea to execution: Chch innovation hub incubating success

In the centre of the Christchurch CBD, a building that began as a disaster recovery project has evolved into the city’s beating heart of technology innovation.

Three of the tenants in the EPIC Innovation incubator and co-working space were recently selected as finalists in the Champion Canterbury Business Awards.

Concentrate and MTech Games are finalists in the Professional Services – small enterprise category, whereas Corvecto is a finalist in the Innovation category.

Techday sat down with Henry Lane, EPIC Innovation executive director and Corvecto managing director about how the facility has impacted the Christchurch startup ecosystem.

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