TINWire Tech News Round Up: 29 October 18

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News 0 Comments

TIN Report launch 2018: What a brilliant night! It was a pleasure to see 300 movers and shakers from NZ’s tech scene converge on Auckland’s Cordis Hotel for a celebration of the people behind the sector’s continued strong growth.

In 2018, booming export growth of 12.4% lifted total TIN200 revenue by a record $1.1B (11.0%), and helped companies achieve the economies of scale needed to grow profitability. For further highlights from this year’s TIN Report click here. Read below for a full wrap-up of the event.

A huge thank you to our MC David Downs and our guest speakers Rebecca Smith and Doug Hastie, and to our wonderful sponsors New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, Spark, EY, Absolute IT, James and Wells, and Simmonds Stewart, for making it such a memorable occasion!

Looking forward to seeing more of you at our Wellington TIN Report launch today and our Christchurch TIN Report launch event tomorrow.

All the best,

Greg & the TIN Team

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