You need to register to create a Portal account before you can log in and start working.
You need to enter an email address when you register. This will be your Portal user name, so use an address that is unique to you. This may be your personal email address rather than a work email address.
(After you have registered you can add a different email address for correspondence. See manage your profile).
You must not register or sign in to the Portal on behalf of another person.
If you are helping to prepare an application for someone else you must use your own portal account.
Contact Creative New Zealand before submitting the application for help with changing who the applicant is.
Go to the Portal registration webpage.
Complete the registration form.
If your registration is successful the following message will pop-up:
If you have not completed all fields marked * or haven't entered information in the format required you will not be able to submit your registration.
Alert messages will pop up next to the fields that require attention. Complete these, then click 'Register' again.
Check your email inbox for an account activation email shown below.
TIP: If you haven’t received the link check your spam folder.
Click the link in the email to open the webpage shown below.
Click 'Activate your account'
Click 'Log in'
You can log in and start using the Portal.
Your password must be at least six characters long and have at least one number and at least one upper case character.
For example: Password123
If your password meets all of these rules check that you haven't typed a blank space at the end of your password.
You need to select from drop down lists in the registration form. If you can not see a drop down list then the device or internet browser you are using is not compatible with the Portal.
We recommend using one of the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer as your internet browser and that you access the Portal using a laptop or computer as the Portal is not fully compatible with smartphones or tablets.