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Wellington's SaferMe built it and they came

Jenny Ruth
Tue, 28 Sep 2021

Founder Clint van Marrewijk said US business was "off to the races". (Image: Supplied)
Jenny Ruth
Tue, 28 Sep 2021
New Zealand has its very own "build it and they will come story" in a Wellington company founded in 2015.SaferMe's technology has been readily adapted for companies wanting to keep their employees safe from covid-19 and has found a major market in the United States.Founder and chief executive Clint van Marrewijk said his customers were using his technology for contact tracing "before it even had a name".The original purpose of the software was to act as a kind of warning system for workers about hazards they might be app...

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