Aussies 'key' to Queenstown's $1.3b tech ecosystem

Aussies 'key' to Queenstown's $1.3b tech ecosystem
Roger Sharp: "It'll take time to get the settings right." (Image: Iress)
Brent Melville
The driving force behind Technology Queenstown, tech investor Roger Sharp, believes Australian and Asia Pacific investment will be the key to the South Island mountain resort’s future tech growth. Sharp, a Queenstown resident and founder of Singapore-based investment bank North Ridge Partners, is also chair of Australian securities exchange-listed travel company Webjet, software firm Iress and crown entity Lotto New Zealand. Having seen the impact of border closures and pandemic travel restrictions on a tourism and hospitality-d...

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