Tech startup news: New Zealand
NZ tech and startup news in January 2021 covered items including cashierless shopping, bank-level data breaches, digital tools for SMEs and more.
Each item listed is a New Zealand-focused technology or startup-related news headline; and each is linked to the free-to-read online article or report behind that headline, hosted on the news site that reported the item and provided the initial news coverage.
The January 2021 startup news collection for New Zealand provides Startup News Asia’s readers with 2 things instantly:
- a single-page, at-a-glance overview of developments in the NZ tech startup scene in January 2021, providing you with a quick reference look at overall activity levels; and
- instant, one-click access to the New Zealand-focused tech and startup news, articles and reports behind each headline, letting you focus on specific subjects, technologies and developments.
- Download: How New Zealand’s Dairy Industry Innovates – a report touching on AI, algorithms, big data analysis and more (pdf)
- New Zealand: Gov’t launches Digital Boost skills training under Digital Boost programme focused on raising SME access to and use of business-focused digital tools
- New Zealand: Third-party data systems used by Reserve Bank of New Zealand breached, potentially exposing commercially and personally sensitive information
- New Zealand: Relab property data startup secures $1M with one-stop data shop for builders, developers and agents as well as home buyers and sellers
- New Zealand: A brief look at Imagr, cashierless ‘smart cart’ and checkout system startup operating in NZ and Japan
- New Zealand: An intro to Dunedin’s Warehouse Precinct and the startup culture thriving there
- New Zealand: A very brief look at 3 NZ tech startups, working in agri-tech, analytics and computer hardware
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