Five of our portfolio companies have qualified as finalists in this year's awards in different categories. Start-Up Company of the Year: FileInvite & Moxion 〇 Most Innovative Hi-Tech Software Solution: Fuel50 〇 Most Innovative Hi-Tech Service: chnnl 〇 Most Innovative Deep Tech Solution: Formus Labs
Building business is hard. Guess what's even harder? Be forced to choose between giving up on one of your largest markets/customers and getting criticised by your employees and investors. It just doesn't make any sense.
Most Kiwi businesses are still following the John Key doctrine when it comes to dealing with China. i.e. "We are a small country so we can operate between super powers without upsetting either." It might be true back in 2008 but it's looking increasingly hard to navigate.
F***, we are entrepreneurs. Not bloody cold-war diplomats.
Bumble just had a great IPO. James Veitch shows how "The S*x Rob*t" can be debunked with the Turing Test that was invented in 1951 by Benedict Cumberbatch.
NZGCP ◆ A review into a Government-run venture capital fund has found bullying and perceptions of gender discrimination and "disrespectful and inappropriate workplace conduct. Controlled Release.
Perceptions would be very close to misconceptions?
Nothing new but shocking how Dellabarca paid himself and staff to buy their allegiance, and he gets away with it. A Ctr+Alt+Del with a new team.