Ideally raises $2.15m to disrupt product research market

Ideally raises $2.15m to disrupt product research market
James Donald said the backing of TRA was almost an unfair advantage. (Image: Ideally)
Ben Moore
Market research software startup Ideally has raised $2.15 million in just two months after incorporating.Unlike the traditional startup model where a founder has an idea and seeks venture capital to bring that idea to life, Ideally was conceptualised and developed in the venture lab of The Research Agency (TRA), along with branding company Previously Unavailable.After some months and some early success with customers, the company was launched in September, and James Donald was asked to come on board as co-founder and chief executive.Within two...

More Technology

Business of Tech: Media isn't dying, it's catching up
Technology Free

Business of Tech: Media isn't dying, it's catching up

Plus, how Apple's AI could be a total game-changer.

What Apple’s iPhone AI means for app developers
Opinion

Peter Griffin: What Apple’s iPhone AI means for app developers

The tech giant needs to do something to revive flagging sales.

Peter Griffin 13 Jun 2024
The NZ startup fizzing up the irrigation industry
Technology

The NZ startup fizzing up the irrigation industry

Nanobubble Agritech is fundraising as it starts to push commercial sales of its tech.

Greg Hurrell 12 Jun 2024
UsedFULLY launches $3m fund raise to turn old textiles into new roads
Technology

UsedFULLY launches $3m fund raise to turn old textiles into new roads

UsedFULLY plans to build a pilot factory in Horowhenua/Manawatū.

Greg Hurrell 11 Jun 2024