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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.
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."
HR tech startup disrupting online job-seeking with AI
The platform uses machine learning to give job seekers real-time recommendations about how best to present themselves in a CV.
Six finalists announced for Wellington Low Carbon Challenge
Entrants with an ability to make some real impact on waste, transport, or energy were the ones who stood out.
Fintech startup helps Kiwis invest $7m for retirement
Ilumony monitors publicly available KiwiSaver funds to deliver financial advice to users online.
Startup bringing STEM workshops to more schools with Mercedes win
MindKits was established in December 2008 after seeing a lack of support for New Zealanders in learning robotics and physical computing.
You can have a chat with your spa-pool thanks to Adroit, a Kiwi startup
"Adroit has the opportunity to become a leader in the spa-pool industry..."
Fintech startup attracts record investment at Flux Accelerator Demo Day
Genoapay allows ten weekly payments at no cost for the services like automotive, dental and vets which people need.
AI data scientist startup secures AU$16m in Series-A funding
The capital raised will be invested directly into the expansion of Hyper Anna’s operations to international markets that include Asia and the US.
Ford’s US$1 billion artificial intelligence startup: Everything you need to know about Argo AI
“The next decade will be defined by the automation of the automobile, and autonomous cars will have a significant impact on society..."
Startup Sharesies hits milestone $1million invested through its app
Investment app Sharesies has a minimum buy-in of $5 and encourages New Zealanders to invest amounts they can afford, on a regular basis.
Aussie anti-piracy blockchain startup launches token sale
Team Veredictum want to use their token, Ventana, to reduce film and video piracy by 80% over 10 years.
New Zealand’s startup ecosystem growing up, but more can be done - MYOB
A special report by MYOB highlights that Aotearoa is one of the best places in the world to start a business.
Auckland video production startup opens Taipei office
In less than a year, Valoso has opened six offices around the world in Australia, USA, UK, Macedonia and now Taiwan.
Speed-dating birthday party: Startup matchmaker celebrates its first year
OHUDDLE is a platform offering an online matchmaking service for startups to find vetted experts within their budget.
IBM backs tech startup using Watson for AI-powered news curation
Oovvuu connects the world’s best video content from 40 broadcast partners, such as ABC, BBC, and Bloomberg, with the most-read news articles.
Tech startup aiming to transition traditional tape media to the cloud
TapeArk says the physical storage of legacy tapes and backup data has become the “elephant in the boardroom” that no one wants to address.
A/NZ defence startups gear up for Techstars Adelaide accelerator
Budding defence-tech startups from around A/NZ, India and the US are part of the very first Techstars Adelaide accelerator.
Melbourne accelerator programme seeks APAC cybersecurity startups
Run by Dimension Data and Deakin University, CyRise offer participants mentoring, travel to USA and Israel, and pitch to investors.