NetHui wouldn’t be possible without the generous support of a large number of community partners and sponsors.

If you are interested in sponsoring NetHui 2015, please look at the sponsorship prospectus and contact yvonne@internetnz.net.nz.

Gold sponsors

  • ISOC


    By connecting the world, working with others, and advocating for equal access to the Internet, the Internet Society strives to make the world a better place. We believe in the multi-stakeholder approach to Internet Governance and are proud to support NetHui’s role in advancing an open, accessible and sustainable Internet – today and for the next billion users.
  • Facebook


    Facebook is a global communications platform that allows more than 2.5 million New Zealanders to regularly connect to the people, places and things that matter to them. We are proud to support Nethui because we believe that discussion and dialogue lead to deeper understandings and better decisions.
  • SiteHost


    SiteHost is one of New Zealand’s leading hosting providers, offering cloud, virtual, and dedicated hosting solutions paired with some of the best support in the business. We believe the discussions that happen at Nethui are important and lead to a better internet for everyone, so we’re proud to be doing our part to help Nethui foster those discussions.

  • Spark


    Spark New Zealand is New Zealand’s largest digital services company delivering mobile, fixed and IT products and services to millions of New Zealand consumers and businesses. We’re also backing a range of technology fields including internet-TV (Lightbox), data analytics, smart living, cloud services, WiFi and apps. We’re big supporters of Nethui because we see the internet’s importance in helping to unleash the potential in all New Zealanders.

  • Google


    Google is proud to once again support NetHui in 2015. Events like Net Hui help to keep the Internet open for everyone.

  • IntelliPath


    IntelliPath is NZ’s leading bandwidth-on-demand provider, allowing instant network creation from any fibre location in NZ to more than 50 datacentres and hundreds of service providers in New Zealand, Australia, USA and UK. Nethui brings together the Internet community in NZ and tackles the hard questions that people don’t tend to address anywhere else, which is why IntelliPath chooses to sponsor this event.

Silver sponsor

Bronze sponsor



    One of the world’s five Internet registries, APNIC serves the 56 economies of the Asia Pacific in a range of activities. We proudly support NetHui as part of our commitment to sustaining a global, open, stable, and secure Internet, and under our mandate to actively support a multi-stakeholder approach to Internet governance.

Lanyard sponsor

  • MYOB


    MYOB is proud to be a leading provider of business management solutions in New Zealand and Australia. No two businesses are the same so we offer more than 50 products and services . From desktop software to cloud-based solutions, MYOB can fulfil your needs. With the right tools for your business, you’re free to focus on doing what you really love.

Fellowship sponsor



    ICANN is the international non-profit corporation responsible for IP address space allocation, protocol identifier assignment, gTLD and ccTLD system management, and root server system management functions. Supporting the NetHui fellowship program will help bring a broader representation from around the region to participate in discussions around Internet Governance that ICANN also supports.

Other sponsors

  • Bypass Network Services

    Bypass Network Services

    Bypass Network Services provides PaaS products for broadband providers here and overseas. We invented Global Mode, the world’s first geo-unblocking platform for ISPs and mobile providers. We support NetHui as a place to discuss how our industry can enable NZ’s digital economy, and NetHui fellowships so that anyone who wants to go, can.

  • Trade Me

    Trade Me

    Trade Me is the place where Kiwis buy and sell, and New Zealand’s most popular online marketplace. We’re supporting NetHui because we think it’s a cool event – and an important one for the New Zealand internet community.



    The NZ Open Source Society is a non-profit formed to protect, advocate, and advance the use of Free and Open Source Software in NZ; we have since broadened our brief to working towards a freer and more open New Zealand. We support NetHui because of the diverse group of people it attracts and the consistently high quality and constructive discussion it fosters.

  • Department of Internal Affairs
  • Wigley + Company solicitors