Wellington based startup CricHQ announced yesterday afternoon that it had secured US$10 million (NZ$14.3 million) in funding from Singaporean private equity firm Tembusu Partners. The funding will help the company scale globally and enhance its digital cricket platform.
New Zealand based startup Yudoozy believes that it could be the next iteration of the well established ‘freelancing platform concept’ with its business model that goes against the grain, taking no commissions, not having freelancers bid for jobs and not seeing itself as the middleman platform in which all communications between employer and freelancer must take place.
New Zealand based digital accelerator Lightning Lab has officially opened for applications for its new Lightning Lab Manufacturing accelerator which run from August till October this year in Wellington.
What Gamestarter envisions its solution being is the Quirky.com for the mobile gaming industry, solving a huge problem when it comes to validation of game ideas.
Based out of Auckland, New Zealand, HR startup Weirdly is tackling one of the biggest recruitment challenges that exists today: company culture fit.
Wellington, the “coolest little capital in the world” according to Lonely Planet, isn’t backing down from its aims to become one of the biggest tech hubs in Australasia, launching a competition to send five Australian business owners across the ditch to tour the city and meet business and industry leaders.
Already home to companies like Xero and Vend, the New Zealand city of Wellington has signified its intent to become a major innovation hub in the Asia-Pacific, with the City Council partnering with coworking space Biz Dojo to create a Tech Hub.
Equitise, an equity crowdfunding startup that was founded in Australia and part of the first Australasian Wealth Investment Limited’s (AWI) Ventures Program intake announced this morning that it had acquired New Zealand based startup Rabble for an undisclosed sum.