Six of New Zealand’s most promising agritech scale-ups are pitching for potentially millions of dollars of investment at Techweek's 10 Billion Mouths event on Wednesday, 23 May.
What: 10 Billion Mouths
Where: ASB Baypark Arena, Tauranga
When: Wednesday 23 May.
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They have been selected by Wharf42, NZTE & BCC as being representative of some of New Zealand’s emerging high growth, disruptive, early-stage agritech businesses that are demonstrating real potential for global growth. To fully leverage that potential, all are preparing to raise new capital as they ready for expansion.
These are the companies that will be pitching to the international delegation of major venture, corporate and institutional funds who are attending the conference:
In addition to showcasing some of the county’s best scale-up opportunities, we will also be showcasing some of the country’s very early stage talent on the main stage and in the dedicated Expo Area.
Marama Labs is a spin-out company from Victoria University which is developing next generation spectroscopy instrumentation for optical analysis in the food and beverage industry. Knode is a mobile-friendly IoT app and underlying platform that helps you track and measure any liquid assets that are important to your business from water levels/pressure, LPG to the real-time location of valuable assets across farms, wineries, cities and countries.
The Hon Damien O’Connor, Minister of Agriculture, Biosecurity, Food Safety & Rural Communities will introduce the Start-up Showcase on the main plenary stage at 12.45pm.
Raising capital and showcasing New Zealand’s emerging agritech talent is just one component of the 10 Billion Mouths full-day programme.