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TWTV: Landing your tech business in the US in 2022

Get insights, tips and learnings from a Kiwi tech company that's recently arrived in the US.

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TWTV: Landing your tech business in the US in 2022

Date and time:

Mon 16 May 11:10 AM - 11:40 AM

Virtual

Nationwide (more than one region)

Free

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TWTV: Landing your tech business in the US in 2022

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Join an online session with a New Zealand tech company that's recently been expanding operations in the US.

Hear first-hand experiences of working in the American market in 2022, discover what’s changed since the pandemic, and learn what Kiwi tech exporters should consider when planning to enter the US in 2022 and beyond.

For more information on New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, click here.

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Speakers

Facilitator: Ruth Macleod

NZTE Trade Commissioner, San Francisco

Max Ferguson

Max Ferguson

Founder & CEO, Lumin

Max is the Founder & CEO of Lumin PDF. He founded Lumin in 2014 to create a better way for people to annotate and collaborate on PDF files. Since then, the company has grown to a huge community of 65 million people who use Lumin to meet their administrative needs. Lumin PDF is based in Christchurch and employs 50 people in New Zealand and around the world.

Max is a Fulbright scholar and he holds a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering and Computer Science from Stanford University. He built the original version of Lumin over a three-week period while studying Engineering at the University of Canterbury, and has over 10 years of experience in bringing software products to market. Max is passionate about software accessibility and believes that everyone regardless of age, gender, location, or social status should have access to great software products.