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Homegrown risk management firm woos US investors
Jacobi provides a cloud-based platform for multi-asset portfolio design, risk modelling, and client engagement.
KiwiNet secures funding from MBIE for research commercialisation of deep tech
KiwiNet runs a range of activities to empower the people who commercialise research.
Databricks accelerates APJ expansion following $250 million funding round
Databricks announced the opening of new offices in Sydney, Tokyo and Bangalore.
Rubrik welcomes $261m funding for new market expansion
The company intends to use the funds from new investor Bain Capital Ventures will go toward future innovation and expansion.
Hootsuite announces $5mil integration fund for social business apps
Funded applications will receive go-to-market support and opportunities to participate in co-marketing initiatives.
OpenView invests US$25m in A/NZ workforce management company
The funding will be used to rapidly grow Deputy’s team across offices around the globe, including Sydney.
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.
$15,000 on offer for Kiwi entrepreneurs in #MyBizQuest competition
Up to $15,000 is up for grabs in #MyBizQuest, a programme aimed at helping NZ businesses get their ideas off the ground or up to the next level.
New Kiwi VR/AR Association launched to attract billion-dollar investment
"Our association will accelerate investment and job growth in the country’s VR/AR industry by connecting all the players together."
Centec Networks' $47 million funding to drive global expansion
"This funding round further establishes Centec as one of the top global sources of Ethernet switching silicon, and will enable us to meet demand."
Exclusive: The secrets behind how crowdfunding can transform your startup
I’d argue that it’s also a more competitive market – with so many projects to choose from, the more persuasive ones are the ones that will survive."
Budget 2016: What it means for NZ's tech industry
The government's 2016 budget: "Innovative New Zealand" package inject an extra $761.4 million over four years into science & technology.