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)
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.
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.
TIN to widen its reach in 2019 The wheels are well and truly turning for the production of the 2019 TIN Report — the 15th edition of New Zealand’s definitive guide to the technology export sector. The TIN Report is a critical reference for benchmarking the performance of New Zealand’s 200 largest globally focused technology companies. Every year, TIN sends …
Our company values lie very much at the core of our success, which is fundamentally based around solving challenges and creating opportunities for our customers. Our purpose is to help organisations and communities to a better place by connecting people and technology. This underpins our constant focus on understanding what our customers need and then working with them to deliver to those needs.
There have been many FaceMe highlights over 2018, from signing new engagements to closing a highly successful Series A funding round and seeing our digital humans in action around the world for some of the biggest global brands like UBS and Vodafone. But the biggest highlight is probably the people we’ve brought into the business.