11th June 2021 Innovation / Investment / retail
Package-free grocery store GoodFor is closing in on the half-way point of its capital raise target after the offer went live to the public this week.
New Zealand virtual fencing startup, Vence, has raised $16m which will help it prepare for its entry into the Australian and US markets.
Higher margin evidence-based health and wellness products present a huge opportunity to change the value of New Zealand’s agriculture and food sectors.
Meeting climate change and environmental challenges means backing innovation, writes AgResearch’s Dr Trevor Stuthridge.
The vehicle has attracted a $14m commitment from New Zealand Growth Capital Partners.
A new plant-based ice cream is one of five business start-ups moving through to the final stage of Venture Taranaki’s business accelerator, the PowerUp Ideas Competition.
Leading NZ food founders launch a new collective to grow the domestic food tech industry with an eye on long-term food stability.
Participants would embark on an intensive seven-week accelerator programme, after which the top eight finalists would present to a panel of experts where they would compete for a share in a prize pool of more than $130,000.
A competition to find innovative food and beverage startups has gone national in an effort to support new businesses and suppliers.
ASB is offering four $50,000 grants for New Zealand businesses choosing to innovate amid the Covid-19 pandemic.