TINWire Tech News Roundup: 26 November 18

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News 0 Comments

The incredible momentum around investment in the tech sector continues to grow as capital horizons become more global.

For example, recent news stories in this week’s TINWire include Christchurch’s Seequent acquiring Canada’s Geosoft, Tauranga’s Robotics Plus receiving investment from Japan’s Yamaha, and Auckland’s Rocket Lab securing $206m from NZ Australian and US investors.

You can find more information about ‘Buy Ups’, ‘Sell Ups’ and ‘Early Stage Investment’ in the newly-released 2108 TIN Report. Click here to purchase your copy of the report.

All the best,
Greg & the TIN Team

  • Peter Beck on how Rocket Lab will make money
    Peter Beck on how Rocket Lab will make money
  • New Spark unit to test 'transformative' technologies
    New Spark unit to test 'transformative' technologies
  • Rocket Lab garners $206 million from investors, including ACC and Stephen Tindall
    Rocket Lab garners $206 million from investors, including ACC and Stephen Tindall
  • Trade Me offer
    Trade Me offer
  • Yamaha puts $12m into Tauranga's Robotics Plus
    Yamaha puts $12m into Tauranga's Robotics Plus
  • Seequent acquires Geosoft
    Seequent acquires Geosoft

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