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Community startup and home care platform join forces to care for the elderly
Together, WeVisit and Mycare aim to address some of the most essential, personal challenges facing New Zealanders.
What happens when your domain name is taken? The benefit of using a unique TLD
.com or .co.za allows for a blank slate when it comes to marketing and can be used and understood in any language across the globe.
Seven most interesting hardware startups at Meet Taipei 2017
A large concentration of Taiwanese startups are in the hardware sector, integrating IoT and smart technologies into their innovation.
GALLERY: Meet Taipei Startup Festival Day One
The event aims to provide a platform where entrepreneurs and VCs alike can build together a shared startup ecosystem.
Startup making Bitcoin accessible to NZers raises $400k
The startup plans to use the funding to continue driving growth in New Zealand while also expanding into the UK market.
Apple acquires NZ wireless charging developer PowerbyProxi
Earlier this year, Apple gave a sneak peek of AirPower, an Apple-designed wireless charging accessory coming in 2018.
Kiwi Startup Spotlight: AI math tutor democratising education
Amy was created out of a vision for children everywhere to have access to quality education, no matter where they live.
Australian renewable energy gets a $7m boost
“The inherent inefficiencies within the energy sector in Australia makes it ripe for disruption."
New social network wants to be an affordable listing service for Kiwi businesses
The platform lets owners, entrepreneurs, showcase their full line of local services, images, and descriptions on business profiles.
Organisations must embrace AI through strategic partnerships
“Right now there’s a perfect storm – we’ve got an abundance of data, massive computing power.”
Custom packages aim to cater to every SMB’s various bookkeeping needs
For small businesses, there isn’t always enough work needed to warrant hiring a full-time employee for admin work.
Homegrown security startups gear up for San Francisco experience
Six homegrown cybersecurity startups are gearing up to head for San Francisco as part of the Turnbull Government’s Landing Pad Program.
Aus startup partners with Alibaba Cloud to access China-Australia travel market
Cozitrip’s online platform allows Chinese travel agents to book in bulk and at the same time.
Fintech disrupting international payments industry by ditching SWIFT network
InstaREM’s service differentiates itself in two ways: it’s transparent about the cost, and doesn’t take a cut of the money transferred as fees.
Winners of the IoT, Cloud & Cybersecurity Innovation Awards announced
Alongside the six company categories, which are segmented into Innovation Leaders and Hot Start Ups, there was one special award.
Socially responsible investments made available on Sharesies
Managed funds usually have a $5,000 buy-in, but Sharesies members will have access to these funds with $5.
VR startup wins Create@Alibaba Cloud startup contest
Inspace XR demonstrated value in enhancing and powering the real estate, design and engineering industries.
Aussie fintech shaking up invoice finance and factoring announces NZ expansion
Waddle grants businesses a real-time view of available funding, with an automatic drawdown of funds against unpaid invoices.
Kiwi startup developing prospective musicians through gamification
New Zealand tech startup Melodics has raised US$1.2m in seed capital to take its instrument learning software to more aspiring musicians.
Medical record software startup raises over $500,000 through PledgeMe
Noted hit their maximum goal of its private equity crowdfunding campaign $500,000 in less than two weeks after launching its campaign.
Local start-up aims to redefine who can create VR
The company is called Augment Space, and they say their platform can be used by anyone to create and upload interactive VR experiences
Kiwi Startup Spotlight: From loyalty card, to app, and beyond
In three years, Goody has attracted more than 550,000 registered members in New Zealand.
Auckland-based startup pioneering peer-to-peer storage platform
Imagine being able to rent someone's unused space to store your excess items.
Fintech redefining traditional rental bonds via digital profiles
"Trustbond recognises a person’s digital profile as an asset, putting money back in tenants’ pockets to spend on the things that matter to them."