Startups publication Caffeine set for launch

Startups publication Caffeine set for launch
James Hurman is the founder of Previously Unavailable. (Image: Previously Unavailable)
Daniel Dunkley
A digital publication for New Zealand’s startup sector is gearing up for launch in September after hiring a senior journalist from the National Business Review.James Hurman, founder of product and brand design studio Previously Unavailable, has teamed up with former NZTech chief strategy officer and Fairfax Media executive Julie Gill to launch Caffeine, a news and content site for the startup industry.The duo has hired the experienced former NBR and BusinessDesk journalist Fiona Rotherham to edit the new site.Caffeine director Hurman...

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