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Got a good start-up or idea? The UK is looking for you
The UK’s Department for International Trade is looking for Australian and New Zealand companies to participate in the Startup Games.
Agri-tech innovator TracMap carves path to 'business transformation' with GPE investment
Dunedin-based agri-tech company TracMap has scored investment from Genesis Private Equity, which will help boost GPS tech development.
Movac Fund 4 raises $105 million investment capital for Kiwi tech companies
New Zealand technology companies are about to be offered a new source of capital, after Movac's Fund 4 pool has now raised $105 million.
New equity crowdfunding player brings more opportunities for Kiwi startups
"What these companies need as much as the capital is exposure and support – the expertise and connections that the capital can help deliver."
Whispir raises $11.75m to accelerate growth into Asia and beyond
The originally Australian CAaaS company is now stretching its wings as it continues a rapid expansion in Asia and the United States.
Kiwi tech company aims for the big time with investors in China
FunderTech is sending this Kiwi tech company to China to pitch their idea in front of 300-500 investors - here's an update on their progress.
Mastercard searching for Kiwi startup collaboration partners
"Startups are increasingly looking to collaborate with corporates to both tap into their operational expertise and to test new technology."
Govt puts spotlight on tech sector investment
"One of the Govt's top priorities is to help businesses grow by lifting the profile of the sector & attracting more investment from around the world."
FunderTech throws Kiwi tech startups a lifeline to China
Kiwi startups have a new lease on life & funding through a valuable link with angel investors and venture capitalists in China, thanks to FunderTech.
Investing in transformation on a budget: Is it possible?
"Today many businesses are looking to modernise their IT strategies but are working within the confines of a limited budget."
Kiwi company acquires $392M stake in Canberra Data Centres
“The acquisition of CDC provides Infratil with a meaningful exposure to the emerging data and related telecommunications infrastructure sector."
Organisations are failing to adequately invest in IT security
"Organisations today are yet to put words into action when it comes to IT security. The threat landscape is only going to become more problematic."
Enterprise return on investment for Internet of Things expected to skyrocket
Recent research has found security and value justification remain the biggest obstacles to IoT project deployment by enterprises.
CyberArk revenue up across the board, driven by growing demand for security
“Our top and bottom line outperformance in the first quarter was driven by solid execution and strong demand for privileged account security."
blueAPACHE invests in Queensland to meet local demand
“The local economy has bounced back from the downturn in mining and resources, and smart businesses are investing in their future through technology."
The data break-even point: How to ensure your data investment is right
"There is an ever-increasing demand for correct data to be delivered in a timely manner, so smart business decisions can be made with confidence."
Bitdefender gains momentum in MSP market
Bitdefender has released a new integrated MSP security solution known as LabTech, and announced its participation in ConnectWise’s vendor programme.
Kiwi SMEs win out over Aussie counterparts
"What should be a priority for SMBs is making the most of the opportunities that technology can provide in order to remain competitive."
New Zealand tops OECD countries in education investment
“The results demonstrate New Zealand’s commitment to equipping our students with the skills they need for the 21st century."
Open Polytechnic invests in digital transformation
Open Polytechnic has announced it isn't increasing tuition costs and will be making significant investments into technology.
Sonus backs Skype for Business
Sonus Networks is demonstrating its commitment to Skype for Business by sponsoring the Enterprise Connect Lync/Skype for Business Tour.
Investors give raspberry to Contact Energy offshore investment plan
Contact Energy shares dropped 8.4 percent to $6.34 by late afternoon.
High Court turns down Kuwait Finance House claim over Canterbury funding
The Kuwaiti firm asked the court to uphold a ruling in the Bahrain Chamber for Dispute Resolution against Berkeley, California-based David Teece.
Abano agrees to sell orthotics business, taking 'small loss' against 2015 results
The Orthotic Centre was sold at book value, in line with a recent Grant Samuel valuation.