TINWire Tech News Roundup: 10 December 18

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News Leave a Comment

Welcome to our last issue of TINWire for 2018. And what a year it’s been! As our 2018 Report showed, New Zealand’s top 200 technology companies have achieved record growth in profitability in the past year, helping secure a long-term future for our country’s tech sector. And as we see out the final weeks of the year, we see further evidence of strong growth and investment with F&P Healthcare’s profit rise, newly-listed Straker Translations’ pleasing progress and strong interest in FaceMe’s recent Series A capital raise.

You can read more about the TIN200 success stories in this year’s Report – it’s essential summer holiday reading and we’ll even send you a special gift-wrapped copy for your Christmas stocking if you order now. From all of us at TIN, best wishes for the festive season and here’s to another record year for tech in 2019!

All the best,
Greg & the TIN Team

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