The Flick Electric business model is founded on the principles of honesty, transparency and fairness. We’re a technology company at heart, focused on empowering New Zealanders through technology to make informed decisions about power usage that are better for them, and better for our planet. Our values align closely with those of Open Source Open Society (OS//OS), and we’re excited to be supporting the OS//OS conference for 2016!

The conference ‘started as an exploration of how the principles of the open source software movement could apply to wider society, and to champion the people doing this work.‘ Throughout the two day event, the concept of open principles improving business, advancing access to technology and the impact of advanced access will be examined.

If you haven’t yet snapped up a ticket and you’re keen to delve into the topic of open source to discover how transparency, participation and collaboration can build a stronger society, then book your ticket now! The conference runs from August 22 through 23 at the Michael Fowler Centre in Wellington. Use the code FLICKFRIENDS at checkout to get a 15% discount on your tickets – there are only 10 discount codes available, so get in quick!

If you do make it along and you’re interested in discussing diversity or you’re keen to broaden your understanding of why diversity matters, be sure to join us for DiversiTEA, brought to you by Flick Electric (co-hosted by Creative HQ). Enjoy a cosy cup or two of tea from the good folk at Ritual Tea Company as well as a slice of cake, while you tackle some key topics around diversity with a group of fellow OS//OS go-ers. Only 40 spaces are available and it’s a first-in-first-served kinda thing, so be sure to make a bee-line for the Michael Fowler Centre cafe at 2.30pm Monday 22, for 45 minutes of DiversiTEA.

If you’re not already a Flickster and you’re keen to know more about New Zealand’s fairest power deal, check us out at

Join Flick Electric now!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *