Awesome to build something with a piece of magic in it

Eight360 is an unashamedly engineer-led development. The VR-toting spherical simulator which you drive/fly while secured inside is a suite of know-how and implementation - a complicated piece of kit.

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NZ gaming industry thriving as revenue skyrockets

The industry could potentially be worth $1 billion dollars by 2025 if it continues its 39% average annual growth.

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OPPO voted Consumer NZ’s top mobile phone brand

“As a relatively young brand in the New Zealand market, to stand alongside only a select number of companies that hold a Top Brand title is an incredibly humbling achievement. "

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Apartment-based pets target for highly absorbent wool

One area of potential use for Woolchemy’s highly absorbent wool products are pets - particularly pets mostly confined to apartments.

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Component manufacturer solves many ‘how to make’ challenges

Synapco-made components are an integral part of many other product offers ranging from cars to electrical goods, transport systems to office furniture.

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Adwords and remarketing a key strategy for Arlo

Getting onto page 1 of Google search for a phrase like “event management software” could have been done with money, lots of money.

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NZ manufacturing can succeed overseas...if it specialises

“It’s with a degree of sadness that I don’t see other specialised manufacturing carried out in New Zealand,” says David Percy, founder and owner of Pertronic Industries.

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Odyssey to create new business based on an ancient fibre

In its natural state, wool is hydrophobic or resistant to water. It is one reason sheep can withstand the elements and stay relatively dry in the wettest of conditions.

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InsurTechNZ – End of year wrap up. Welcoming in a new decade

Twenty years ago we were grappling with Y2K, scratching our heads about a thing called Napster, trialling our first e-commerce purchases and had yet to hear of the iPhone, App stores or Facebook - all still a good 10 years away.

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NZTech Inform – happy holidays from us

In the 43rd and final update for 2019, I thought it was worth a quick review at what has been a busy year.

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