Startup news: New Zealand
New Zealand’s startup news in April 2021 covered items including solar-powered collars for livestock, concerns over Amazon’s entry to New Zealand, the launch of New Zealand’s Finistere Aotearoa venture capital fund and more.
The NZ tech headlines for April 2021 gathered below are drawn from Startup News Asia’s daily updates; each item links to the online article behind that headline, giving our readers:
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More NZ tech news:
- New Zealand: Spark telco opens Innovation Studio with goal of aiding NZ businesses in testing technologies including 5G and IoT
- New Zealand: ProTag team from Massey University takes top-4 spot in Microsoft Imagine Cup finals with smart ear tagging system for livestock
- New Zealand: LevelTwo hub for deep-tech startups rebrands to Outset Ventures with focus on incubating and investing in early-stage ventures
- New Zealand: Finistere Aotearoa Fund launches in partnership with New Zealand Growth Capital Partners, a NZ$40M fund focused on commercialization of agritech research
- New Zealand: “Local businesses, consumers, and workers – in the face of seemingly unstoppable multinationals like Amazon – require gov’t protection…”
- New Zealand: Halter agritech raises $32M with solar powered ‘smart collar’ for fence-free dairy farming, providing virtual herding via smartphone app
- Australia: An intro to the 18 Australian and New Zealand startups that presented at the recent Startmate Demo Day
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