Media Release : Enable And TUANZ to Develop Future Technology Leaders

8th February 2018 Enable And TUANZ Partner to Develop Future Technology Leaders in Canterbury Christchurch fibre broadband provider, Enable, is the inaugural foundation sponsor of the Christchurch chapter of FLINT, or Future Leaders in Technology, a national leadership programme run by TUANZ (Telecommunications Users Association of New Zealand) that provides networking development opportunities for the […]

Media Release – Liz Gosling elected new Chair at TUANZ

8th December 2017 – TUANZ MEDIA RELEASE. At this week’s TUANZ Board meeting, Liz Gosling was unanimously elected to take up the role of Chair.  Immediate past Chair, Pat O’Connell had earlier indicated that it was time to hand the responsibility on to the next person.  Liz is the tenth chair since incorporation in 1986, […]

Media Release – TUANZ Chair welcomes future leader to the board

27th September 2017 – TUANZ MEDIA RELEASE At last week’s Annual General Meeting, TUANZ Chair Pat O’Connell welcomed the return of all re-standing members to the TUANZ board, saying that their re-election shows that members back the direction of the organisation as it moves forward.  He also welcomed one new member, Clayton Balle of Westpac, […]

Media Release: TUANZ supports a review of the mobile telecommunications market.

31st July 2017 : TUANZ MEDIA RELEASE TUANZ supports a review of the mobile telecommunications market. TUANZ welcomes the recent letter sent from the Minister for Communications to the Telecommunications Commissioner in which he expresses his interest in the Commission undertaking a review of the mobile telecommunications market. “We have previously stated in our Telco […]

Media Release: Motu report misses the point, says TUANZ

15 December 2016 The recent report into the impact of broadband on productivity gains produced by researchers Motu misses the point, says TUANZ. Motu’s report focuses on companies signing up for UFB between 2010 and 2014 – a period of fast growth in UFB uptake which saw usage more than doubled to 22% of all […]