Global Growth Opportunity: Supernodes
A test-bed for innovation, Christchurch is the place for future-focused, sustainable businesses and people who want to do things differently. We are leading the way in global health tech, aerospace and future transport, food fibre and agritech, and hi-tech solutions. These strategic strength sectors, Supernodes, are supported by progressive ecosystems connecting enterprise, education, and government.
The future is bright, for everyone. Come join us.
Supernode Sector Areas
Aerospace and Future Transport
Food, Fibre and Agritech
Health Tech and Resilient Communities
High Tech Services
The Big Picture
Supernodes are sectors with strong global growth opportunities where the region has existing strengths and capabilities. Christchurch has catalysed strong eco-systems around each Supernode, aligning and connecting students, iwi, education providers, industry, and government to accelerate opportunities and growth.
This is about a progressive, prosperous and sustainable future. Supernodes are facilitating an innovative mindset among our population, our education sector and our industries, aligning talent and education goals, and encouraging cross-sector collaboration.
The talent pipeline to support is geared up and growing. Canterbury hosts three world-class university campuses in the top two per cent in the world, and the largest ITP in the South Island, offering programmes ranked in the top 100 globally.
With world-class opportunities for work integrated learning, pathway programmes, joint ventures, increased innovation and R&D, and talent and business attraction, Supernodes are transforming and future-proofing the Canterbury economy to stay globally relevant.
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