TINWire Tech News Roundup: 10 June 19

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It’s been another action-packed week for tech with a host of TIN companies making the news. Congratulations to F&P Healthcare for reaching its billion dollar revenue milestone and cementing its position of one of our country’s most impressive tech exporters. When the first ever TIN Report made its debut back in 2005, F&P Healthcare was ranked at number 3 with …

Billion Dollar Businesses – Xero

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We want small businesses around the world to discover the power of the Xero platform so that we can help them overcome the challenges they face. There are no major shifts in our strategy to get there. We are focussed on three core priorities to accelerate Xero’s growth: Share this Post

TINWire Tech News Roundup: 27 May 19

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

This past weekend saw the close of another successful TechWeek, now truly nationwide and a great demonstration of the expanding economic growth that the tech sector brings to the regions as part of NZ’s broader economic growth. We were delighted to host our Series A Success event as part of TechWeek, and it provided us with the perfect backdrop to …

TIN Report to widen reach in 2019 as NZ tech exports grow

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Kiwi tech innovators and startups invited to participate in sector survey launching this week Auckland, 27 May 2019 — This week, Technology Investment Network’s annual TIN Report survey will arrive in the inboxes of more New Zealand tech companies than ever before in its 15-year history. If your company already meets these criteria or is aspiring to meet these criteria …

“Series A” Success – TINTalk Recap

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A crowd of more than 120 tech investors, TIN companies, government agency representatives and tech ecosystem enthusiasts packed the Generator last Wednesday evening for our Series A Success event – Making the Leap from Angel to VC. The Techweek19 event provided the perfect backdrop to the launch of our fourth annual Investor’s Guide to the New Zealand Technology Sector Guide, …

Investment surge set to propel NZ tech exports to record levels in 2019

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Annual TIN ‘Investor’s Guide to the NZ Technology Sector’ reinforces the compelling case for international investment in Kiwi tech innovations AUCKLAND, May 22, 2019 – A surge in angel, venture capital and private equity investment in New Zealand technology companies – particularly from the US – is set to propel Kiwi tech export revenues to record levels in 2019, says …

Early Stage Companies: One Year On – AskNicely

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

We won “Emerging Company of the Year” at the NZ Hi-Tech Awards, doubled headcount to 50 across two offices (in Portland and Auckland) and raised a US$10m Series A and restructured to become a US company, headquartered in Portland (where co-founder Aaron Ward relocated to)

Introducing the TIN Team

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We’re delighted to announce a newly-expanded TIN team with the recent appointment of Brendan Boughen to our Project Manager role. Brendan will be overseeing the production of all annual reports including the TIN Report and the Investors’ Guide to the New Zealand Technology Sector.

Early Stage Companies – Invert Robotics

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

We have two keys areas of focus for the next 12 months. In the Food and Beverage industry, it is all about sales. We now have a global services team who can deliver services anywhere in the world and we are positioned to double revenue in this industry in the next 12 months.

TINWire Tech News Roundup: 13 May 19

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

Christchurch-based Invert Robotics was one of our Early Stage Companies featured in the 2016 TIN Report, and we’re delighted to see it expanding further into the global market with a $13M NZD investment for its climbing inspection robots. In our continuing series on Early Stage Companies, Invert Robotics’ CTO James Robertson talks about the impact their rapid growth has had …