TINWire Tech News Roundup: 20 April 22

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

Kia ora koutou Even the biggest optimists amongst us wouldn’t claim 2022 has got off to a brilliant start. But despite the global upheavals, skills shortages and supply chain issues, New Zealand tech companies are continuing to thrive, as evidenced by our inaugural Fintech Insights Report which we launched with a fascinating panel discussion recently. We’re also aiming to keep …

TINWire Tech News Roundup: 6 October 21

helen.wedge Tech News, TIN News

There were two big announcements made in Auckland this week. The first was to remain in Level 3, with some small restrictions eased. While it was essentially a small shift it created a lot of discussion. It’s natural to want simple answers to complex problems, especially the problem of COVID, but it’s also vitally important to be able to simplify …

TIN Member Spotlight: ADInstruments

helen.wedge Tech News, TIN Member Spotlight, TIN News

ADInstruments designs and manufactures high-quality electronic hardware and software used for the acquisition of biological signals and data recording for life-science research and education.  For more than 35 years, the Dunedin-based company has been developing, refining and expanding its products and the services they deliver, which have made it a consistent performer in the TIN Report since its first publication. (In …

Event Recap – TIN Member CEO Chat: Raising Capital

Sarah Gardyne Event Recap

TIN Member CEO Chat: Raising Capital TIN’s CEO Chat series is designed to draw reflections from our TIN member company CEOs on best practice ideas and actions for tech sector success. Our first CEO Chat of the year focused on ‘Raising Capital’ in anticipation of TIN’s forthcoming Investor’s Guide to the NZ Tech Sector, which reflects the current state of …

TINWire Tech News Roundup: 8 April 21

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

Kia ora koutou. The Easter break was a good time to draw breath and reflect on what has been an interesting but challenging first quarter of the year. We were privileged to hear some economic insights from BNZ’s Chief Economist, Paul Conway, at a recent TIN Member event. According to Paul, the best way to predict our economic future beyond …