TINWire Tech News Roundup: 6 August 19

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Andy Hamilton’s stewardship of Icehouse as its founding Chief Executive (and first employee), and the recent news that he is stepping down from his role after 18 incredible years is worthy of mention.  Under Andy’s inspired guidance, the Icehouse has established its ecosystem based on partnerships and independence, injected support into the regions, celebrated innovation and creativity, and helped drive …

TINWire Tech News Roundup: 23 July 19

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It’s great to see the potential of  NZ’s tech export sector increasingly recognised in mainstream media, particularly the lead editorial of a national newspaper. In a pointed editorial a week ago, the Weekend Herald, loudly echoed something that TIN has been saying for some time – that Kiwi tech companies are not only growing but now growing profitably without any …

Early Stage Companies: Halter

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

It’s been an exciting past year for the team with a few key highlights springing to mind. Deploying Halter technology on our pilot farm and getting it operational was certainly a highlight, along with working through production in Shenzhen and the countless insightful conversations we’ve had with NZ farmers over the last year or so.

Walking the trade secret tightrope

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As Microsoft reminds us that Windows 7 support will end in 2020, James & Wells Associate, Samuel Parkinson can’t help but remember the headaches caused when Windows XP support ended. It was a prudent lesson that reverse engineering can be more straight-forward than you might imagine.

TINWire Tech News Roundup: 9 July 19

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Something you’ll have heard often if you’ve attended TIN events at any time over the last year is our firm belief in the capacity of the New Zealand tech industry to be a force for good in the world. When we have a critical mass of NZ tech companies succeeding internationally, what emerges is a stronger local innovation ecosystem, bringing …

Early Stage Companies: Orbica

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

The biggest challenge we have is recruiting the right staff; specialists in our field are unique. We are investing in training new staff who don’t have the full skill set.

Tapping into New Zealand’s Innovation Ecosystem – TINShed Recap

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TINShed Wrap-Up – Lessons on tapping into NZ’s Innovation Ecosystem Last week, TIN held its second TINShed event for the year at Generator in Wynyard Quarter, Auckland, titled ‘Tapping into New Zealand’s Innovation Ecosystem: A ‘How-To’ Session on Leveraging Your R&D Efforts. We were honoured to be joined by a panel of four leading authorities on tech innovation in New …

TINWire Tech News Roundup: 25 June 19

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The exuberant momentum in the tech sector continues. In the past fortnight alone, Straker Translations has made another acquisition in Spain, BioLumic received a sizeable government grant to aid in the agriculture of crops, Soul Machines is set to take its avatars into the world of skincare and LanzaTech signs a deal with All Nippon Airways to help power its …