TINWire Tech News Roundup: 15 September 20

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

Kia ora koutou The news on Monday that Cabinet is holding steady on the current Alert Level restrictions until next week serves as a sobering reminder that the virus remains an active part of our communities. But there’s movement on the horizon with the news late last week that the Government is loosening the criteria for overseas workers being allowed …

TINWire Tech News Roundup: 28 July 20

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

After the recent launch of TIN’s inaugural NZ Agritech Insights Report at Fieldays Online, we joined Hon Damien O’Connor (Minister for Agriculture) and Hon Phil Twyford (Minister for Economic Development), along with Peter Wren-Hilton (Agritech NZ executive director) and David Downs (MBIE & NZTE) at an event in Tauranga to mark the launch of the Government’s Industry Transformation Plan for …

TINWire Tech News Roundup: 30 June 20

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

Kia ora koutou As businesses continue to face market uncertainties, skills shortages, and the new world beyond lockdown, TIN hosted a virtual ‘Slingshot’ event for our Membership community to discuss how to drive tech sector growth in a world battling COVID-19. TIN companies haven’t escaped the impact of the pandemic, but they are incredibly pragmatic and positive in their views …

EVENT RECAP – PATHWAYS TO SUCCESS: KEY LEARNINGS FROM NZ’S HEALTHTECH SECTOR

Sarah Gardyne Event Recap

Full event recording, Pathways to Success: Key Learnings from NZ’s HealthTech Sector Last week, around 200 attendees tuned into TIN’s first ever, fully virtual event for an in-depth discussion around the key learnings from the NZ healthtech sector and the findings of the inaugural NZ HealthTech Insights Report 2020, produced by TIN in association with the Consortium for Medical Device Technologies …

TIN Member Spotlight: Aroa Biosurgery

Sarah Gardyne TIN Member Spotlight, TIN News

Aroa opens up the home front and grows product range After more than 10 years focused on the North American market, and subsequent inroads into Europe and Central America, Aroa’s tissue repair products are set to be available in New Zealand. It’s core Endoform® product for all phases of wound healing, and Myriad™ for deep tissue repair and implantation are …

Aroa Biosurgery

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

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.