24 innovators selected to apply for entrepreneur visa through fellowship programme

24 international Fellows and six New Zealand entrepreneurs have been selected from more than 300 innovators who applied to tackle pressing global challenges in New Zealand through the Edmund Hillary Fellowship (EHF).

The international Fellows will now apply for Global Impact Visas to take part in the programme.

The group selected by EHF are part of the first cohort in a three-year programme run in partnership with Immigration New Zealand (INZ) to provide visionary entrepreneurs and investors with a platform to create positive global impact from New Zealand.

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Edmund Hillary Fellowship Set To Deliver Global Impact Visa

The Edmund Hillary Fellowship (EHF) is thrilled to be named the implementation partner to deliver the new Global Impact Visa programme for New Zealand, as announced by Minister of Immigration Hon. Michael Woodhouse this morning.

“EHF offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for high-calibre entrepreneurs, investors and startup teams to come to New Zealand to create scalable, global impact,” says Yoseph Ayele, Chief Executive of EHF.

“Aotearoa New Zealand has a unique opportunity to be a world leader in developing transformative solutions for humanity’s most pressing economic, social and environmental issues. Visionary entrepreneurs with fresh new ideas and different ways of doing business can help New Zealand get there.”

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