We’re here to support all Kiwis towards a digital future

Google New Zealand has been on the ground since 2007 and now has a diverse team based in Auckland and Wellington. The team works to help Kiwis find new ways to collaborate, reach audiences and get things done. Google is committed to helping all Kiwis with the digital knowledge and capabilities they need now and in the future.

Our Commitment to Local Culture

Take a look at some of the ways that Google is supporting Kiwi culture.

Supporting the Community

Explore ways Google gives back to local communities and supports digital skills.

Contributing to the Economy

Through our programmes, products and services, Google has impacted digital transformation across various industry sectors in New Zealand.

$10.9 billion

Annual benefits to Kiwi businesses from Google’s tools and services

Values shown are in NZD

$5.6 billion

Annual benefits to Kiwi households from Google’s tools and services

Values shown are in NZD


Annual local jobs supported by Google tools

55.8k tonnes

The amount of CO2 emissions Google Maps helped save from Kiwi vehicles in 2019 - the equivalent of 12,000 petrol cars.


Of local YouTube content watched from overseas in 2022

Sources: 2022 Google Internal Data. Percentage of YouTube content produced in New Zealand, watched from international countries.

Googlers in New Zealand

Google New Zealand started with just a couple of employees in 2007 and has grown over the past 16 years to a diverse team that represents a number of business areas - such as Engineering, Cloud and Client Partnerships.

New Zealand's Google Doodles

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