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55 Fastest Growing Startups Founded in New Zealand

There are hundreds of fast-growing startups in New Zealand and we have compiled the 55 best ones in this blog article.

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There's no doubt that New Zealand has become a leading hub for technology-based startups.

Some of the world's most successful ones reside there.

Major factors behind New Zealand's success with these startups include an abundance of highly skilled talent, government support that includes tax incentives, and progressive attitudes towards startups.

Here's a list with 55 fast-growing startups located there.


55 Startups in New Zealand

1) PredictHQ

PredictHQ

PredictHQ helps companies by providing live event data that helps them build smarter projects and starters. Based in Auckland, this startup had a fantastic Series A funding round in November 2018 with a grand total of $10m and a Series B funding with $22m in February 2020. They have proven to be a startup to watch, with some big-name clients including Uber, Booking.com, Accenture and Domino’s.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Campbell Brown, Mike Ballantyne, Robert Kern

You can find their website here.


2) Nyriad

Nyriad

With $20m+ invested in funding and a big team of 60+ working there, Nyriad is using cutting edge software technology to manage massive amounts of data. They allow the processing, management, and storage of Petabytes of astronomical data. They work with several cloud partners and participating supercomputers. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Cambridge, Waikato
  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Matthew Simmons 

You can find their website here.

3) Halter

Halter

Halter is helping farmers manage their herd of cows by creating GPS enabled, solar-powered collars. These smart collars use AI technology to keep an eye or their cattle from anywhere at all times. By using the Halter app, they can also set up invisible boundaries for the cattle. It has made the lives of New Zealand’s farmers a lot easier.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Craig Piggott, Max Olson
  • Industries: Agriculture, AgTech, Hardware, Software
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding amount: NZ$40,000,000
  • Number of funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 9

You can find their website here.


4) ArchiPro

ArchiPro

ArchiPro is an online database that helps people working within the building sector and architecture sector stay connected. It provides homeowners with an easy to use the platform to join up with professionals to help design their home as well. They have gone through successful funding rounds and have become ones to watch in the architecture sector.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Milot Zeqiri

You can find their website here.

5) Cove

Cove

Cove is an insurance-tech company looking to disrupt and simplify the insurance sector in New Zealand. They are a very experienced and innovative team. In 2019, they managed to raise over $2m in funding activities, bringing their total investment to $5m. Their platform is a one-stop-shop for users to buy, claim, and manage insurance. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Andy Coon, Brett Wilson, Chris Coon and Rob Coon

You can find their website here.


6) Insite AI

Insite AI

The team at Insite AI has founded an intelligent platform that uses retailer and external data (competitors, customers, weather) to help retailers make more informed and rational decisions around their merchandising, going from stock allocation and pricing to the development of new products. Founded in 2018 and with funding already over $2m, this is one to watch out for in the years to come. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Shaveer Mirpuri and Jonathan Reid

You can find their website here.

7) Marsello

Since starting in 2014, the Marsello team has grown steadily and raised almost $5m in funding. They help small to medium-sized businesses with their marketing, through the use of data acquired by machine learning and AI. They are like a virtual marketing assistant for businesses all over New Zealand.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Wellington
  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Brady Thomas, Brent Spicer, Matt Thomas

You can find their website here.

8) Learn Coach

As remote working becomes a lot more common, so does remote learning. LearnCoach is an online tutorial platform for secondary school. Having started in 2016, they were ahead of the curve when it comes to online learning. The site has over 150k students from all over New Zealand.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: David Cameron and Mark Cameron

You can find their website here.

9) RedShield

With 12+ years of experience and $18m+ in funding, RedShield is one of the most successful tech startups on the list. They have worked hard to become one of the best cybersecurity services in the world by taking on cybersecurity challenges that no one else will.

They have developed unique web application shielding technology, which allows businesses to respond to cyber threats rapidly, extend the life of legacy apps, defer patches and upgrades, and lower security costs - all while staying secure. They also wrap a 24/7 expert managed service around their software, making RedShield one of the most effective cybersecurity solutions on the market.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Wellington
  • Started in: 2008
  • Founders: Andy Prow, Graeme Nielson and Sam Pickles

You can find their website here.


10) MarginFuel

MarginFuel provides rental vehicle operators with price optimization software. They use an AI-based platform to give up to date data on the current market price and demand trends. The SaaS company raised 800k+ in funding 2017 and continues to help rental vehicle operators today.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Wellington
  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Andrew Pascoe

You can find their website here.


11) Farrago

Farrago uses AI technology to deliver data insights which are the result of predictive modeling and machine learning. The main use of this data is to make timely business decisions. They are a very fast-growing startup that has been in high demand since its founding in 2008. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Wellington
  • Started in: 2008
  • Founders: Asa Cox

You can find their website here.


12) JRNY

JRNY

JRNY helps insurance companies simplify the customer journey and distribute policies more efficiently. The end consumer has a far better customer experience, while insurers can improve conversion rates, sales efficiency, and radically increase their understanding into customer behaviour.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Wellington
  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Benjamin Roe and Micheal Lovegrove 

You can find their website here.

13) Little Yellow Bird

Little Yellow Bird is a sustainable clothing brand. Their mission is to help companies ensure that their employees’ clothing is sustainable and is made ethically. Everything can be traced, all of the clothes are organic, and the people who make the clothes are also treated fairly. Hopefully, we can see even more clothing companies take on this same approach. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Wellington
  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Samantha Rae Jones

You can find their website here.

14) Soul Machines

Soul Machines create smart and emotionally responsive avatars that change the way people interact with machines. Their avatars are highly technical robots that help users get assistance in changing modern life for the better by completely transforming how they interact with robots and machines. They look like one to watch out for in the future with +$40m in funding and AI technology becoming more influential.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Greg Cross, Mark Sagar
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, E-Learning, Information Technology, Machine Learning, Software, Virtual Reality
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding amount: $65,000,000
  • Number of funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 7

You can find their website here.

Soul Machines

15) Harmoney

Harmoney

Harmoney is a peer-to-peer lending platform that matches up retail and institutional investors with borrowers looking for short-term unsecured personal loans. Their platform is easy to use, and it assesses borrowers’ creditworthiness and gives them risk grades to determine their interest rate. In 2019 they received $15m+ in their Series C funding. They are definitely ones to watch in the fintech industry. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Neil Roberts

You can find their website here.


16) ExtraOrder

ExtraOrder helps bars and restaurants through their app. Customers can download it and then scan a QR code at a table. Once done they can make an order, add instructions and pay and split the ball, all while sitting at the table. This not only helps increase the customer’s convenience but also makes it easier and cheaper for bars and restaurants. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Greg Harrison and Richard Warburton

You can find their website here.

17) Real Health New Zealand

Real Health New Zealand aims to help women stay active from home. Started off by two friends, this startup is helping women all over New Zealand to keep fit with live online classes every week. Their main clients are women that are short on time. They have a range of different workouts from pilates to post-pregnancy specific exercises. For a small fee of $10, they can join the co-founders for 6 classes per week. Making it a bargain compared to other workout programs or gyms.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Waikato
  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Renee Norman and Jenna Smith

You can find their website here.

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18) Kernel Wealth

Kernel Wealth

Index investing is huge in other countries, especially in the US. But not so much in New Zealand. The team at Kernel Wealth is looking to change that, giving New Zealanders more options and control over their investments while also rewarding them. They use modern technology to develop new investment products and a more diverse investing market.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2019
  • Founders: Dean Anderson

You can find their website here.

19) MoneyHub

MoneyHub

If you’re tired of financial jargon and want to get a better understanding of your money, then MoneyHub is for you. The team at MoneyHub provides in-depth guides that are easy to read and are unbiased. They have the unique selling point of being 100% free to use and 100% objective, no sponsors, or paid promotions. If you’re working or living in New Zealand, then MoneyHub should be your go-to resource for all of your financial questions. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Chris Walsh

You can find their website here.

20) My Goodness

My Goodness

My Goodness makes non-dairy ice cream which uses an exotic superfruit called Persimmon. This is a small family-run startup and their main ingredient is grown in their own local orchard. While there are plenty of other dairy alternatives such as soy or coconut, none can match the exotic flavors or the health benefits of the Persimmon.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Whangarei
  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Lindsay Wells and Duane Wells

You can find their website here.


21) SMetric Insights

SMetric Insights

SMetric Insights is helping medium-sized businesses in New Zealand and Australia. They help make sense of their data reports and to use that data more efficiently. Their software brings all of the data together in one handy place. Clients can choose what they want to see, how frequently it’s to be updated and tailor that data to improve their business. Since starting in 2016, they have grown steadily as they look to help even more companies across New Zealand and Australia. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Warwick Russell and Hayden Russell 

You can find their website here.

22) Tankful

Tankful

Tankful began when Libby and Toby moved to the Kaipara region of New Zealand. They realized that they would have to use a tank to store their water supply. However, they found there was no effective way of measuring their water source, so they invented a solution: a smart level monitor. They are making water usage more sustainable and more secure for users of their technology.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Mangawhai
  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Libby Evan and Toby Evans

You can find their website here.

23) AllGoods

AllGoods

AllGoods is an online marketplace for New Zealanders, quite similar to eBay. Their modern platform is innovative and easy to navigate. Since starting in 2017, it has become the go-to site for a lot of Kiwis looking to buy or sell.

Details of the startup:

  • City: ChristChurch
  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Nathan Taylor, Levi Fawcett, Bradley Meredith and Mark Song

You can find their website here.

24) Dataphyll

Dataphyll

Dataphyll is making life easier for the fruit growers and orchard owners and workers. They provide a software tool that helps manage staff, lets workers choose different tasks, and gives real-time live data. They have grown a lot since 2015 and are making the horticultural industry a lot more accurate and efficient.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Whangarei and Auckland
  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Patrick Malley, Christoph Kistler and Kerrin Roberts

You can find their website here.

25) Safe Lines

Out of crisis comes opportunity. One such chance was spotted by James Burnes to help retailers during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has swept across the world and caused a global shutdown of businesses, schools, and everything that was deemed non-essential.

James and his team created Safe Lines, a queue management software to help retailers stagger the number of customers in their shops at one time. This could also help speed up the queuing process post-COVID-19. But for the moment, James and his team are doing their best to prevent the spread of the virus. They're mainly based in the US and New Zealand with interest from other markets like the UK and France. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Queenstown
  • Started in: 2020
  • Founders: James Burnes

You can find their website here.

26) Rent My Gear

Rent My Gear

With Rent My Gear, it does precisely what the name suggests. It’s a peer to peer rental service platform. It’s targeting especially at those in the Film/TV industry. Renters can make extra income from their gear and borrowers can get access to high-quality equipment for a lower price. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Brian Mead and Andrew Woods

You can find their website here.


27) Hnry

Hnry

The team at Hnry is looking to revolutionize the sector of self-employment by transforming the tax and compliance industry. Hnry is an all-in-one solution for freelancers, self-employed individuals, contractors, or sole traders to manage their taxes and to relieve some of their burdens. Hnry shows their support for freelancers and contractors by running an annual competition with a $25k prize for the most creative. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Wellington
  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: James Fuller, Claire Fuller and Richard Freestone

You can find their website here.

28) Gaspy

Gaspy

Gaspy is a simple but very effective app that helps New Zealanders find the lowest fuel prices near them. All of the prices are crowd-sourced, so they rely on a like-minded community to find the best deals and to share them on their app. By doing so, the Gaspy team is hoping to put pressure on ‘Big Oil’ to maintain competitive pricing across New Zealand.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Tauranga
  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Larry Green, Tim Turner, Ben Smith, Mike Newton

You can find their website here.

29) CloudMyStaff

CloudMyStaff aims to help small to medium-sized businesses by providing them with a dynamic, user-friendly platform for all health and safety functions across their business. They do so by providing tools and support that are accessible to everyone within the organization. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Queenstown
  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Emma and Mark Black 

You can find their website here.

30) West Coast Rewards

West Coast Rewards

West Coast Rewards startup is all about promoting businesses along the West Coast of the South Island. Their mission is to encourage people to go out & visit new places and buy local. Businesses can sign up to become members and receive benefits like free advertising and, of course, attract loyal customers that use the West Coast Rewards card.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Westport
  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Rachelle Henham

You can find their website here.


31) MyCarYourRental

MyCarYourRental

MyCarYourRental aims to disrupt the car rental industry in New Zealand. This is another peer-to-peer lending service that allows people to rent out other people’s cars. If your vehicle is going unused, you can rent it out to a family that wants a car for a weekend away. Not only does it reduce the number of unused vehicles but also decreases the need to import new vehicles every year.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Henrik Stovring

You can find their website here.

32) Moberate Technologies

Moberate Technologies

Moberate Technologies provides an already completed marketing and prospecting system that you can monitor on your smartphone. This SaaS startup gives subscribers immediate access to online and offline technology, which is completely customized to help them sell and market their products or services.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Damian McDonald

You can find their website here.

33) Advanced Safety

Advanced Safety

Advanced Safety helps small, medium, and large businesses by providing workplace health and safety services and on-going support. During these times, there’s even more pressure on businesses to mitigate possible insurance claims and the team at Advance Safety is making sure that these businesses can reach the standards needed. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Christchurch
  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Matt Jones

You can find their website here.


34) BroadbandCompare

BroadbandCompare

BroadbandCompare is the most in-depth website for New Zealanders to compare different broadband plans. The platform is straightforward to use and has an excellent user-experience for anyone looking to compare internet providers.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Gavin Male

You can find their website here.


35) PetLife

PetLife

PetLife is a free online magazine that’s distributed to pet shops all over New Zealand. Having spotted a market for the magazine, the couple started giving it to pet shops, vets, and also libraries. They then offered cheaper advertising space for pet-related businesses. A straightforward and smart idea. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Kaikoura
  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Amy Scott-Thomas and Julian Thomas

You can find their website here.


36) EditMate

EditMate

EditMate is a user-generated video app that lets brands crowdsource and upload content to their experienced team of editors. They then transform the footage into creative, engaging videos for social media. Since starting in 2015, the use of video has become even more relevant for content creators and businesses, which can only be good news for the team at EditMate. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Scott Stratford and Rachel King

You can find their website here.

37) HolidaySwap

HolidaySwap

This is another great idea that aims to cut costs and give travelers and holiday-makers unique experiences. On the HolidaySwap site, you can advertise your home and you can look for places you would like to stay in; in exchange, they stay in your house. They have won plenty of awards, including “The Most Innovative Travel Accommodation App” in March 2019. They have expanded globally and they are now available in over 180 countries.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Mel Buddhev

You can find their website here.

38) PTminder

PTMinder is a cloud-based platform for personal trainers to manage their personal fitness training business and their daily operations. Since starting in 2011, personal fitness and technology have become even more critical, which has helped them become a very successful startup.

Fitness trainers that use their startup can easily manage invoices, reporting, credit card payments and create automated SMS reminders. They also have other features that are related solely to fitness like; workouts, nutrition, online stores, client assessments, and staff management for gyms. You can find their app on iOS and Android. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Callum Cook and Rick Thomson

You can find their website here.


39) IssueClothingCo

IssueClothingCo

IssueClothingCo wants to make shopping for work clothes easier for professional women. They categorise themselves as a ‘capsule’ clothing company which means they focus on only essential items of clothing that don’t go out of fashion. They are expanding too, with offices in the US, Australia and two in New Zealand. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Methven
  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Hannah Burnard and Robyn Pelvin

You can find their website here.


40) Flossie

Year Founded: 2011

HQ: Auckland

Founders: Rochelle Shaw

Flossie is helping hairdressers and beauty-related workers find more clients online. It is essentially an Uber but for hair and beauty services. Customers fill out requests, and their requests are then sent out to salons that match their criteria. Salons that want the client can then respond with times they’re available on the app. Flossie receives a small commission through bookings made through the app. A convenient app for those bad hair days. 

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Rochelle Shaw

You can find their website here.

41) TransferCar

Year Founded: 2008

HQ: Auckland

Founders: Brian Karlson

TransferCar aims to help travelers and rental car companies. Oftentimes, rental cars are left stranded in random areas or need to be moved from one branch to another, which can be quite costly. TransferCar came up with a neat solution: why not let travelers that are going that direction anyway take the car for you? This creates a pretty perfect agreement in which both the rental company and travelers get what they want for free. Since starting in 2008, TransferCar has raised $1m+ and is now operating in New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and the US.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2008
  • Founders: Brian Karlson

You can find their website here.


42) LawVu

LawVu

This is one of the more well-funded startups on this list with over $4.8m+ raised. The main focus of LawVu is about the law. Their platform combines everything legal that a business needs in one place including matter management, contract management, and vendor management.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Tauranga
  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Sam Kidd, Tim Boyne
  • Industries: Enterprise Software, Information Technology, Legal, Legal Tech, Management Consulting, Professional Services, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding amount: $6,596,180
  • Number of funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 3

You can find their website here.


43) QuiverVision

QuiverVision brings coloring books to life through an augmented reality app. They often work with brands to create content that can be personalized, then turned into an immersive experience. However, the app is mainly focused on learning and creating a fun experience for everyone who engages with it.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Adrian Clark and Julian Looser

You can find their website here.

44) Shuttlerock

Shuttlerock

Another well-funded startup with over $9.8M raised to date. Shuttlerock main focus is creating high-performance mobile video ads using single assets as simple as a photo. They provide these services all over the world in over 30 languages and is one of Instagram and Facebook marketing partners.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Nelson
  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Jonathan Hendriksen
  • Industries: Advertising, Advertising Platforms, Apps, Content Marketing, Facebook, Mobile Apps, Social Media Marketing, Video, Video Advertising
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding amount: $9,836,280
  • Number of funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 16

You can find their website here.

45) Timely

2) Timely

Timely is a privately held firm that provides software for scheduling appointments.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Dunedin
  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Andrew Schofield, Ryan Baker, William Berger
  • Industries: Beauty, Cloud Computing, E-Commerce, iOS, SaaS, Scheduling, Service Industry, Software, Wellness
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding amount: NZ$8,300,000
  • Number of funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 1

You can find their website here.

46) Vend

3) Vend

Vend sells iPad, Mac, and PC POS software, inventory management, ecommerce, and customer loyalty.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Vaughan Rowsell
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Enterprise Software, Point of Sale, Retail, Retail Technology, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding amount: $46,453,056
  • Number of funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 9

You can find their website here.

47) Vital

4) Vital

Emergency Department Software as a Service (SaaS) on the Cloud

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Aaron Patzer, Justin Schrager
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Health Care, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding amount: $6,200,000
  • Number of funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 10

You can find their website here.

48) Centrality

5) Centrality

Centrality is working on a peer-to-peer blockchain exchange.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Aaron McDonald, Jerry Yuan
  • Industries: Apps, Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, Developer Platform, Information Technology, Marketplace
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding amount: $95,000,000
  • Number of funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 1

You can find their website here.

49) Crimson Education

6) Crimson Education

Crimson Education is an Edutech company that specializes in university admissions consulting.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Parnell
  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Jamie Beaton
  • Industries: Consulting, EdTech, Education, Tutoring
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding amount: $25,000,000
  • Number of funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 4

You can find their website here.

50) Portainer

7) Portainer

Swarm and Kubernetes environments are built, managed, and maintained with Portainer, a streamlined, expert GUI management toolset.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Founders: Neil Cresswell
  • Industries: Information Technology, Software
  • Funding amount: $7,200,000
  • Number of funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 6

You can find their website here.

51) Halter

9) Halter

Halter is changing the way cattle herd management is done.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Craig Piggott, Max Olson
  • Industries: Agriculture, AgTech, Hardware, Software
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding amount: NZ$40,000,000
  • Number of funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 9

You can find their website here.

52) Mooven

10) Mooven

Mooven makes products for the transportation industry that help to increase efficiency by using proactive, real-time decision tools.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Micah Gabriels
  • Industries: Information Technology, Intelligent Systems, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding amount: NZ$5,335,000
  • Number of funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 4

You can find their website here.

53) UneeQ

11) UneeQ

Artificial Intelligence, Software as a Service, and Technology

Details of the startup:

  • City: Auckland
  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Danny Tomsett
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Information Technology, Machine Learning, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding amount: $10,000,000
  • Number of funding rounds: 1
  • Number of investors: 2

You can find their website here.

54) Ubco

12) Ubco

Utility Electric Vehicles (UEVs) and Portable Power Supplies are designed, developed, and distributed by Ubco, a New Zealand-based technology business.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Otumoetai
  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Anthony Clyde, Daryl Neal, Timothy Allan
  • Industries: AgTech, Automotive, Electric Vehicle, Manufacturing, Software, Transportation
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding amount: NZ$10,450,000
  • Number of funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 1

You can find their website here.

55) Unleashed Software

14) Unleashed Software

For small, medium, and large businesses, Unleashed Software delivers a real-time inventory management software.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Takapuna
  • Started in: 2009
  • Founders: Greg Murphy
  • Industries: E-Commerce, SaaS, Small and Medium Businesses, Software
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding amount: $20,300,000
  • Number of funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 5

You can find their website here.

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