Tagged: proprietary

Take that Jamie Oliver! – F,F & T the app-ening thing - Stick

Peter Kerr Aug 07, 2012

There’s something intrinsically appealing about a company that plies its trade as digital media consultants pulling off a coup in the smart phone app area. Wellington Click Suite, an 18 year veteran in the interactive space, “uses our skills for … Continue reading → … Read More

Why buy when you can hire – special kit gets its own sharing home - Stick

Peter Kerr Jul 17, 2012

They reckon they’re the only broker of specialist gear for rental in the world. Specialist Rentals – think $25,000 – $100,000 high end test and compliance equipment in the IT/comms area – started last August in Canterbury, and now fully … Continue reading → … Read More

An ATI set to fly…..like a turkey - Stick

Peter Kerr Jul 10, 2012

If rumours are to be believed, the Advanced Technology Institute, is to be established as a separate crown entity. The ATI is meant to be a hi-tech, engineering-oriented link between science and industry to boost New Zealand high value manufacturing … Continue reading → … Read More

Kiwi Landing Pad sweetens deal for startups - Stick

Peter Kerr Jun 12, 2012

There’s nothing quite like being in the market…….so The Kiwi Landing Pad in San Francisco’s sweetening the pot for startups looking to springboard into the States. Under its ‘Catapult’ programme it is providing a month’s placement in San Fran’s South … Continue reading → … Read More

Kiwi battery technology charged up on green car opportunities - Stick

Peter Kerr May 10, 2012

By guest blogger, Imogen Reed Congratulations are due to UC’s Dr John Abrahamson (Chemical and Process Engineering) and Christchurch company ArcActive who recently won one of three prestigious awards at the April 2012 CleanEquity Conference in Monaco. The award, for … Continue reading → … Read More

Aquaflow plays its bargaining chips smartly - Stick

Peter Kerr May 03, 2012

One of the more interesting aspects of Aquaflow Bionomic Corporation’s deal with CRI Catalyst Company of the USA, is having bargaining chips or cards in your hand. Last September Marlborough-based Aquaflow announced a partnership of its wild-algae biofuel generating technology … Continue reading → … Read More

IP ownership change spurs new wool research - Stick

Peter Kerr Apr 10, 2012

As agriculture’s orphan child, laden with centuries of tradition and structure, coarse wool has recently exhibited a refreshing turn of mind to attempt to spin a new future. The realisation that wool industry participants weren’t interested in co-investing in generic … Continue reading → … Read More