TINWire Tech News Roundup: 13 May 19

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News

Christchurch-based Invert Robotics was one of our Early Stage Companies featured in the 2016 TIN Report, and we’re delighted to see it expanding further into the global market with a $13M NZD investment for its climbing inspection robots.

In our continuing series on Early Stage Companies, Invert Robotics’ CTO James Robertson talks about the impact their rapid growth has had on the company.  You can read more in the feature below.

Our annual TIN surveys are going out to companies in the coming days and in this, our 15th year of production of the TIN Report, we’re anticipating our reach will expand to a record 1,000 companies. Our goal is to report on the tech sector in its truest iteration, and by surveying the widest range of companies possible helps us understand the true value of the innovation ecosystem. If you’d like your company to be included in the survey, please check the criteria on our website and complete the form to register, or make contact with the team – you’ll see a feature on them below.

Don’t forget to book your slot at our Techweek event this year which will feature the launch of our annual Investors’ Guide to the NZ Tech Sector with MBIE, a stellar panel, and Rebecca Smith from Nasdaq, who spoke at our TIN Report launch last year. All attendees get to take home a hard copy of the guide. Not to be missed!

Happy reading,

Greg & the TIN Team

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