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Dreaming of billions: This Kiwi startup wants to be great, not good

Rebecca Stevenson
Tue, 28 Jul 2020

Rebecca Stevenson
Tue, 28 Jul 2020
At 31-years-old, James Broadbent is now working for his biggest company. And it is the one he co-founded.Narrative, an Auckland-based tech company targeting professional photographers, now has 11 staff and a few contractors chipping in, but is on the talent hunt – currently recruiting a further seven staff in the midst of what many predict will be the biggest global economic downturn since the Great Depression.It has also recently been the beneficiary of a $4 million cash boost, a chunk of which has come from the Founders Fund, Silic...

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