BNZ gives $50,000 direct support to Kiwi startups targeting US customers, investment

Fiona Rotherham
Sun, 14 Feb 2016

By Fiona Rotherham Feb. 15 (BusinessDesk) - Four Kiwi startups are in Silicon Valley for a month in a new initiative with Kiwi Landing Pad in the US. Auckland-based technology companies Pageproof, Weirdly, and Hop Ventures, along with Dunedin’s Cloud Cannon, are the first cohort of businesses chosen to receive direct support from Bank of New Zealand in a scheme that includes $50,000 cash, business advisory support and free office space at Kiwi Landing Pad (KLP) in San Francisco. The non-profit KLP’s chairman, John Holt, said it wanted...

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