September’s month-end tech news from New Zealand
Tech and startup news from New Zealand in September 2021 covered developments in areas including: artificial intelligence in heart health; analysis of the country’s agri-tech sector; the potential economic benefits to New Zealand of AWS adding an Auckland Zone; and more.
Because of how light this month’s round-up of NZ tech news is, we’ve also included a snapshot from last month to provide a broader view of the country’s tech news.
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- Available to download: The 2021 Investor’s Guide to the New Zealand Technology Sector
- Available to download: 2021 New Zealand Agritech Insights Report
- New Zealand: HeartLab raises $2.45M seed funding with AI-driven heart scanning and reporting platform for cardiologists, with sights on US entry early in 2022
- New Zealand: AWS to launch AWS Asia Pacific (Auckland) Region, joining 81 Availability Zones across 25 AWS Regions, potentially creating 1K jobs in the country
New Zealand tech in August: snapshot
- New Zealand’s LawVu, legal-tech startup for in-house legal teams, raises NZ$17M Series A with platform focused on large corporates
- New Zealand: A look at Kami, edtech making global moves with digital classroom platform and over 27M users
- New Zealand: Global From Day 1 VC firm raises NZ$130M for new fund, more than double its original first close target
- Video: Day 1 of the recently-held New Zealand Korea Tech Roadshow 2021, showcasing New Zealand as a testbed for agricultural technologies