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 …

‘The Slingshot Effect’ – TIN Members discuss driving tech sector growth in first virtual event

Sarah Gardyne Event Recap

How to drive tech sector growth in a post COVID-19 environment was the theme of TIN’s first-ever virtual event for its Membership community, held recently.   The impact of COVID-19 has been felt in a range of different ways across TIN businesses. For some it has been a textbook crisis where strong and collaborative leadership, focus on customers and staff and …

Turning AI into ROI for Kiwi investors

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

Technology is transforming investing, reducing costs, and providing more opportunity. Exchange Traded Funds are one of the fastest growing investment products in the world. In 2019, TIN sponsor company NZX and its funds business, Smartshares, launched two ETFs in New Zealand, which utilise the power of AI to offer investors access to companies globally that are at the forefront of …

COVID-19 highlights how our market is working for Kiwi companies

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

Mark Peterson – CEO, NZX Following the outstanding 10-year run of the S&P/NZX 50 into early 2020 – the acute impacts of COVID-19 have highlighted how our capital markets are working for Kiwi businesses and investors. NZX CEO, Mark Peterson, says we have not only seen relative resilience but the past two months have also showcased the important role of …