TINWire Tech News Roundup: 7 September 21

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Kia ora koutou Uncertainty. It’s something we’ve all struggled with over the last three weeks as the outbreak of the Delta strain of COVID-19 threw us all into a sudden lockdown. Questions of how far the virus had spread in the community, whether it would even be possible to contain it, and how New Zealand would cope economically have all …

TINWire Tech News Roundup: 10 August 21

helen.wedge Tech News, TIN News

Kia ora koutou Over the last fortnight, it’s been hard not to get caught up in the inspiring and emotional competition that was the Olympic Games. Already postponed from 2020 due to COVID-19, running the Games in 2021 was always going to involve serious risks and be a massive logistical challenge. But what an event it turned out to be. …

TIN Member Spotlight: Pacific Edge

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Pacific Edge Limited is a global cancer diagnostic company, based in Dunedin, New Zealand, specialising in the discovery and commercialisation of diagnostic and prognostic tests for better detection and management of cancer. Its Cxbladder suite of non-invasive, simple to use, and accurate diagnostic tests provide actionable results and better detection and management of urothelial cancer. The company is developing and …

TINWire Tech News Roundup: 29 June 21

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Kia ora koutou TIN is evolving, just as the tech sector is! Our annual TIN survey should be in many of your inboxes by now, and I’d like to point out a few subtle changes in the way we’re doing things this year which will deliver even better results, both for TIN and the companies we survey. Firstly, we’re using …

TINWire Tech News Roundup: 3 June 21

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

Kia ora koutou This past week – Techweek 2021 – has been ground-breaking, record-setting and worthy of celebration for the New Zealand tech sector. Record results from TIN member companies Fisher & Paykel Healthcare and Pacific Edge, and a major funding deal for in-space propulsion company Dawn Aerospace (a TIN Early Stage Company Award winner) have cemented the elevated confidence …

Event Recap – Sustaining Global Ambitions for Tech Success

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Download the Investor’s Guide TIN EVENT RECAP: Sustaining Global Ambitions for Tech Success 27 May, 2021 – Generator, Auckland TIN couldn’t have timed the launch of its fifth Investor’s Guide to the New Zealand Technology Sector more perfectly, with outstanding results from TIN companies Fisher & Paykel Healthcare and Pacific Edge, and a major funding deal for Dawn Aerospace, announced …

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: 28 April 21

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

Kia ora koutou Just as the technology sector is constantly evolving, so too is TIN. As we gear up for the release of our annual TIN survey next month, we’re working on some exciting changes to our survey tool to make the collation, curation, and categorisation of data more streamlined, meaningful, and insightful. We hope to reach a record number …

TINWire Tech News Roundup: 23 March 21

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

Kia ora koutou. What an exciting, nail-biting, and euphoric past few weeks it has been in Aotearoa – and I’m not just talking about the sailing. Granted, we’ve been privileged to enjoy a ringside view of the America’s Cup from TIN HQ – and had the privilege of hosting TIN Members for race watching, networking, and an address by BNZ …

TINWire Tech News Roundup: 15 December 20

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

Kia ora koutou 2020 will go down in the history books as a year to remember, and quite possibly one that many would prefer to forget. Many of our country’s tech businesses have had to dig deep in order to find opportunities to grow and survive. Two of those companies –Serko and Pushpay – were profiled in a recent news …