TINWire tech news roundup: 6 August 18

Sarah Gardyne Tech News, TIN News 0 Comments

Tech headline of the week has to go to Apple becoming the first trillion (US) dollar company, so making stock market history with its record-breaking market cap. And just to put that into perspective, Apple’s $1 trillion cap is equivalent to about 5 per cent of the total gross domestic product of the US in 2018, according to reports.

NZ tech companies are not to be outdone when it comes to notching up milestones – last year’s TIN Report featured two billion (NZ) dollar revenue companies with a third on its way.

Make sure you save the date for this year’s report launch in Auckland on 24 October to find out what we’re doing in the tech ecosystem to build more billion dollar companies. Check out the highlights from last year’s event in this video.
The sky’s the limit!
Greg & the TIN Team

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