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Flux – A New Pathway for Accelerating Technology Startups

New Zealand, meet Flux… The Icehouse is excited to launch its new accelerator, Flux. The mission is simple - to empower and support talented founders building world-leading ...

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The Icehouse’s New Flux Accelerator Offers Up to $100,000 to Tech Start Ups

The Icehouse’s New Flux Accelerator Offers Up to $100,000 to Tech Start Ups

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Startups Are Finally Revealed for the 2016 Auckland Lightning Lab Programme

Today, New Zealand’s premier digital accelerator has announced the ten digital startups that will embark on the 2016 Lightning Lab Programme in Auckland.

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Kiwi Start-up CSx named winner of the inaugural Samsung Springboard Competition

AUCKLAND, New Zealand – Friday, 6 November 2015 – Kiwi start-up CSx has taken out the top prize in the first ever Samsung Springboard competition, announced last night at the ...

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Wine Grenade Launches Commercial Trials

A wine industry start-up created in a University of Auckland Masters programme is running commercial trials with a major Hawkes Bay winery and has been named as a finalist in ...

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Samsung Springboard Finalists Announced

8 Kiwi tech companies have been selected as finalists, with a shot at $30,000 prize money and global networking opportunities

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Job Done Wins Idea Pitch at Fonterra Activate

Job Done wins idea pitch at Fonterra Activate to bring tech innovation to dairy farms.

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Effectuation – The Best Theory of Entrepreneurship You Actually Follow, Whether You’ve Heard of It or Not

University of Virginia Darden professor Saras Sarasvathy’s groundbreaking 2001 paper “What Makes Entrepreneurs Entrepreneurial” finally gained some widespread recognition when  ...

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Pitch Perfect: How to Sell Your Idea to a Roomful of Investors

A good pitch does a lot more than simply communicate a business idea—it excites, intrigues and makes people (people with money that is) want to get behind it.

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10 Tips For Kiwis Raising Venture Capital In Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley can be a daunting place for Kiwi entrepreneurs. The culture is different, it’s hard to know who’s who, and while organisations like Kiwi Landing Pad are ...

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