BioLumic, a Palmerston North, New Zealand — based creator of an ultraviolet (UV) crop yield enhancement system, closed a $5m Series A financing.
Nyriad Limited, a Cambridge, New Zealand-based exascale computing company, completed an US$8.5M Series A funding.
Coherent Solutions, an Auckland, New Zealand-based provider of high-end testing equipment for the optical telecommunications market, completed a $3m Series A funding.
Umajin Immerse, a Palmerston North, New Zealand and Boston, MA-based platform for the rapid collaborative creation and cross-platform publishing of applications, raised $5.5M in funding.
Unleashed Software, an Auckland, New Zealand-based inventory management platform provider, raised NZ$7.0m in Series C funding.
Libryo, a London, UK- and Cape Town-based legtech startup, raised $1m in seed funding.
New Zealand has always been the country where people could enjoy gambling even when other countries forbad all kinds of such entertainment.
The TSB Community Trust‘s commercial arm has reached an agreement to acquire the 51% shareholding in Fisher Funds it does not currently own.
Oracle (NYSE: ORCL), a Redwood Shores, California-based multinational computer technology corporation, is to acquire Wercker, a San Francisco, California-based company that enables organizations and their development teams to achieve continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) goals with micro-services and Docker.
Upside Biotechnologies, an Auckland, New Zealand-based regenerative medicine startup, raised NZ$2.3m in its Series A funding round.
Darby Capital Partners, a New Zealand-based private equity firm, has launched its investment activities.
Virsae, an Auckland, New Zealand-based global cloud services provider, secured a second round of equity funding.
8i, a Wellington, New Zealand, and Los Angeles, CA-based company that develops holographic technology for virtual and augmented reality, raised US$27m in Series B funding.
Latipay, an Auckland, New Zealand-based cross border payments company, secured over $US3m ($NZ4.1m) in venture capital funding.
Berlin, Germany-based online lender Spotcap is launching New Zealand operations in Auckland and received A$20m in financing.