TINWire Tech News Round Up: 20 July 17

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We’ve had a great response to this year’s TIN Report survey! A big thank you to all companies that provided data – analysis is now in full swing! This year’s top movers and shakers and key tech industry trends will be revealed at our Auckland TIN Report Launch on 17 October and also at our Christchurch and Wellington launch events – save the date!

One trend that has already emerged is the continued focus of many NZ tech companies to grow their US market presence. In fact, 90% of the highest growth companies we’re tracking for this year’s TIN Report recorded strong US-centric export growth. To explore this trend in more detail, and to gain a better understanding of what it takes to succeed in this market, don’t miss next week’s “Lure of the US” TINTalk in Auckland. It promises to be a fascinating expert panel discussion – I hope to see you all there!

All the best,

Greg & the TIN team

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