How can we encourage property investors to pivot into tech?

Peter Griffin
Thu, 15 Apr 2021

Peter Griffin
Thu, 15 Apr 2021
It’s been an incredible period for our tech companies when it comes to big exits that allow investors to reap the rewards of backing our entrepreneurs and their disruptive ideas.The recent flurry of deals has seen Christchurch software company Seequent bought for $1.46 billion, retail software maker Vend sold to its competitor Lightspeed for $480 million and game development house Kiwi Ninja acquired for $271m.We also have the upcoming listing of Rocket Lab on the Nasdaq through a merger with Vector Acquisition that will value the company...

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