TINWire Tech News Roundup: 4 Sept 17

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Welcome to our first September issue of TINWire.

As part of this year’s TIN Report, we surveyed CEOs for their feedback on the key challenges and business issues they anticipate facing over the next 12 months. There were some strong consistencies in their responses. Four key themes have come through.

One of these themes was the increasing complexity of regulations and standards governing the industry – a particularly prevalent issue for a number of High-tech Manufacturing CEOs. You’ll see that MFAT is making moves to address this with the recent launch of its new trade barriers website. You’ll see more on this below.

For more detail and to discover the other key themes, don’t miss this year’s TIN Report, launching October 17 at our flagship event in Auckland.

Enjoy TINWire and have a great week.

Greg & the TIN Team

  • MFAT Breaking Trade Barriers
    MFAT Breaking Trade Barriers
  • TIN Driver's of Success: Murray Holdaway, CEO Vista Group
    TIN Driver's of Success: Murray Holdaway, CEO Vista Group
  • Vista buys controlling stake in Senda for $684k
    Vista buys controlling stake in Senda for $684k
  • NZ tech unknown in Asia we need to do more to put NZ on the map
    NZ tech unknown in Asia we need to do more to put NZ on the map
  • Wellington Drive creeps closer to the black as sales climb
    Wellington Drive creeps closer to the black as sales climb
  • Intergen unit lifts FY revenue 4%
    Intergen unit lifts FY revenue 4%
  • Coretex raises $6M in funding round led by Milford Asset
    Coretex raises $6M in funding round led by Milford Asset
  • Entrepreneurship workshops encourage Maori youth into business
    Entrepreneurship workshops encourage Maori youth into business
  • F&P Healthcare lowers guidance on strong NZD
    F&P Healthcare lowers guidance on strong NZD
  • Vista lifts 1H profit, expects 20% plus growth
    Vista lifts 1H profit, expects 20% plus growth
  • SLI Systems changes strategy
    SLI Systems changes strategy

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