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What will be the Huljich family’s next Pushpay?

Paul McBeth
Mon, 29 Mar 2021

Pushpay brings a smile to Peter Huljich's face (second from right).
Paul McBeth
Mon, 29 Mar 2021
Peter Huljich says his family's departure from Pushpay is just another step in its tech startup investment plans.The Huljich family left the Pushpay shareholder register after more than seven years of backing the mobile payments app maker’s successful push into North America’s churchgoing sector.The near-half billion the family pulled out in its staged exit from Pushpay over the past year or so is a big win for its early-stage investing. Peter Huljich said the family loves backing the tech sector and it’s already recycling...

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