Hillfarrance Venture Capital
Hillfarrance Venture Capital have chosen Auckland as their international headquarters because of the quality of entrepreneurs and numerous high growth investable opportunities here.
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC)
Major Chinese bank eyes Auckland’s transport projects Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), the world’s most profitable bank, has established a branch in Auckland and is ready to invest in the city’s large infrastructure projects. ICBC created a subsidiary in New Zealand, obtained a...
94 Feet enters the Auckland hotel market
94 Feet are a Melbourne property development and investment company. They saw an opportunity in Auckland for a boutique hotel targeting millennial travellers.
Evros Technology Group
Evros, an Irish IT company, opened an office in Auckland to help them provide round the clock services to their expanding customer base on both sides of the equator.
Frucor: Preparing for long-term growth
An innovative drinks manufacturer and distributor, Frucor launched its founding brand, Fresh Up, 50 years ago. The company has come a long way over the last half century. It now sells 24 brands in Australia and New Zealand. This includes energy, sports, milk and soft drinks, fruit juices, pure...
IBM/Concentrix Delivery Centre
Students light up the call centre A dashboard on the wall of the IBM Delivery Centre lights up, registering the number of incoming calls and the time taken to answer them. The call centre, based at the Unitec Institute of Technology in Auckland, is busy but its staff are operating with calmness...
Jack Link's: Why we invested in Auckland
It’s like sending coal to Newcastle. Jack Link’s New Zealand, based in Auckland, makes nutritious beef snacks and exports them to the home of jerky – the United States. For 10 years, Jack Link’s New Zealand has sent 80 per cent of its production to the big US market, even though its American...
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