The First AAA ◇ Ask Angels Anything Jᴜɴᴇ’18 Meetup End in A Satisfactory Way
June 12, 2018
AAA is an open forum version of the popular ADI.Clinic format that is running every week across the country to provide FREE advice, connections and more for Kiwi Startup Founders.
Zino “Hero hub” Kick-off Workshop in 2018
February 20, 2018
On 1st February 2018, Zino Innovation Hub (ZIH) successfully launched the first Kick-off Workshop with partners and start-ups. Zino Ventures welcomed our two new operating partners, introduced the ZIH annual plan of 2018, and shared the latest progress and growth with our investment partners and portfolio companies.
Zino Ventures Welcome New Partner – Kerry McIntosh
February 20, 2018
We are delighted to announce the joining of another New Zealand local venture capital heavyweight Kerry McIntosh to Zino.
New Zealand / China Venture Investment Forum
October 06, 2017
Following the success of the ‘Creating New Value’ forum in August 2017, we would like to extend our invitation to co-host a follow up ‘Creating New Value’ forum in Shanghai with Immigration New Zealand on 9th October 2017.
‘Creating NewValue’ New Zealand Venture Investment Forum
August 24, 2017
The Icehouse, Angel Association New Zealand, UniServices and Zino Ventures are pleased to bring you the New Zealand Venture Investment Forum,which is made up of the forum itself and the Final Round of the 2017 New Kiwis Challenge.
Jubilee Capital leads $3m Series A in Latipay
January 31, 2017
Auckland-based fintech venture Latitude Technologies, an online payments company operating under the LatiPay, has closed a $3 million Series A investment led by Singapore-based venture capital firm Jubilee Capital Management. Others investors participating in the funding round included Tuhua Fund, the Zino Fund of New Zealand’s ZIno Society and an angel investor. Existing shareholders of the company include Jim Rogers, the Chairman of Rogers Holdings and Beeland Interests.
Latipay’s Alibaba tie-up targets cardless Chinese consumers
May 26, 2016
Latipay says New Zealand exporters stand to benefit from a trial that integrates its payment platform for Chinese consumers with Chinese ewallet platforms Alibaba and WeChat. Auckland-based Latipay’s agreements with the two Chinese sites will allow Chinese customers to pay for New Zealand products in yuan while New Zealand sellers are paid in kiwi dollars. The company will begin beta-testing a button today which allows customers to click to pay in yuan via their chosen mobile payment platform or Chinese bank rather than using a credit card.