TINWire Tech News Roundup: 6 May 21

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

Kia ora koutou This time last year the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown was in full swing. The news was full of community cases, job losses, hibernating businesses, and economic relief. Fast forward a year, and we have travel bubbles opening up, international tourism resuming, businesses bouncing back and a far rosier economic picture. We also have the return of the national …

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: 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 …

TINWire Tech News Roundup: 10 February 21

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

Kia ora koutou A very warm welcome from TIN in 2021 – we trust you’ve enjoyed our stunning summer and have returned from your break feeling refreshed, revived, and revitalised. 2021 holds plenty of hope and promise, especially for the tech sector. With international tourism waning, the fast-growing tech sector has been largely responsible for aiding New Zealand’s economic rebound …

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 …

TECHNOLOGY INVESTMENT NETWORK NAMES EY TEN COMPANIES TO WATCH IN 2020 TIN REPORT

Sarah Gardyne Press Release, Tech News, TIN News

Auckland, 18 November 2020 – Technology Investment Network (TIN) has named the EY Ten Companies to Watch in this year’s TIN Report, announced today at its virtual, interactive launch event, Tech Pulse 2020.  The EY Ten Companies to Watch list includes the TIN100 companies with the largest revenue growth in 2020. Now in its 12th year, the EY Ten Companies to Watch list has …

2020 TIN Report Full Press Release

Sarah Gardyne Press Release, Tech News, TIN News

2020 TIN REPORT: UNPRECEDENTED YEAR FOR NZ TECH EXPORTERS, RESILIENCE IN THE FACE OF GLOBAL COVID-19 PANDEMIC  Tech sector has continued upward trajectory of growth for another financial year; strongly positioned to take advantage of New Zealand’s unique position   Key Highlights for 2020 12.7B: TIN200 total revenue $972m: TIN200 total revenue growth 55,000: Number of TIN200 full-time staff 4,000: new jobs created by …

TINWire Tech News Roundup: 11 November 20

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

Kia ora koutou All eyes have been on the US for the past week as we’ve watched one of the world’s superpowers go through the democratic process , and it’ll continue to be compelling viewing as President Trump sees out his final two months of office.  Closer to home, we have trans-Tasman travel bubbles and a new Cabinet line-up – …

2020 NZX Tech Report – Influencing New Zealand’s Future with Tech

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

Download the NZX Tech Report – Influencing New Zealand’s Future with Tech The word ’unprecedented’ has been used a lot this year, and for good reason. 2020 will always be remembered as the year the world changed because of a disease called COVID-19. In the midst of the global turmoil – both economic and societal – it’s heartening to be …

TINWire Tech News Roundup: 29 September 20

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

Kia ora koutou Spring is in the air and our COVID-19 alert levels have dropped a notch. Not wanting to jinx things, but it feels like equilibrium might be slowly restoring. This global pandemic might have changed the way we do business, the way we travel, the way we sell and market our products, but it hasn’t changed the need …