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Anteater

Yummy insects. Anteater is a Christchurch-based startup that offers locally grown skyprawns (locusts), lemongrass ants, and huhu grubs for sale, alongside imported Canadian cricket powder. Yes, edible insects are a thing, an increasingly big thing. According to Global...

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Kami

Beautiful, collaborative, cloud-based document annotation For most organisations, the basic unit of information is a document. We use documents to communicate with others, generate ideas, measure progress, make agreements, and much more. The last decade has seen the...

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SeekShelter

Matching emergency accommodation with those in need. The current housing crisis and rising homelessness in New Zealand are causing a huge strain on emergency accommodation in shelters and the like. Most shelters do not have automated systems to keep track of their own...

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Fundertech

Opening up Chinese investment, distribution, and manufacturing to Kiwi startups. For most NZ Startups, getting into China is hard – really hard. China is about as different to New Zealand as you can get in language, business culture, and scale. And yet it remains a...

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Tradify

Taking the pain out of admin for tradespeople. Most tradespeople are really good at what they do - be it plumbing, joinery, construction, or a myriad of other specialist trades. But like most of the rest of us many hate the admin part of the job – keeping track of...

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Reyedr

Safer and smarter connected motorcycling. The mission of Reyedr (pronounced "Rider") is to connect motorcyclists with their machines in a way that transforms the experience by delivering crucial info about their bike, route and ride group through their head-up display...

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SuchCrowd

De-risk events using a “lean” approach to ticketing. I’m an exponent of Eric Ries and Steve Blank’s Lean Startup Methodology, the essence of which is (my formulation): Run your startup like a science experiment – document your assumptions, validate whether or not...

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Open Source // Open Society

Making open source culture more accessible to governments, established businesses, startups, and the public. [See below for a special limited offer] If you know me at all well, you’ll know that I’m a huge fan of Open Source. I run Linux on my laptop (OK, it actually...

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Gamefroot

Teach kids anything through game design. You probably knew that Wellington is a hotbed of game design, and that there are a lot of interesting edtech startups here as well. Gamefroot sits at the fascinating intersection of these two worlds, and they are really taking...

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Kitset.io

Build cross platform apps without coding. Kitset.io allows anyone to build cross platform apps without the need to code. They use some pretty cool AI techniques to fill in the gaps between people and machines. Graduates of the recent Lightning Lab Auckland programme,...

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Conscious Consumers

Change business behaviour through conscious spending. Do you care about the planet and want to make the world a better place? Do you only want to buy from businesses that are sustainable and ethical? Do you want to earn tangible rewards for it? Let’s face it –...

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Geo AR Games

Get your kids off the couch and physically active outside with augmented reality (AR) games. If your kids are anything like mine, they love to play games on their handheld devices. So much so, that it can be difficult to get them outside, even on a fine day. Geo AR...

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