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Growing sector capability

Kia ora,

Techweek24 is almost here and we’re looking forward to TIN’s 2024 New Zealand Fintech Report Launch on 23 May in Auckland, which is now sold out. Insights from the previous report have been instrumental in highlighting why fintech is New Zealand’s fastest growing tech sector and why it’s crucial to continue developing this sector. I look forward to sharing insights from the report following its launch.

We’re committed to empowering fintech companies to develop innovative solutions for Aotearoa while enhancing their export capabilities. Our previous research shows that 80 percent of our FinTechs aspire to scale internationally. To support this ambition, we’re once again collaborating with New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) to gather your insights on the challenges of entering new markets.

If you haven’t already completed our short 10-question survey, please do so by Thursday 30 May.

Your feedback will help us identify key export issues and barriers to entry, informing both fintech companies and NZTE’s support strategies. This survey is just one of our strategic initiatives to gain insights, build understanding and create productive collaborations. NZTE’s events programme at Techweek24 offers plenty of opportunities for companies looking to go global. Take a look

Continuing from last month’s discussion on open banking developments, James Brown shares his insights in this FinTechNZ Viewpoint.

In other news, digital currency platform CoinFlip has announced a global brand realignment effort transitioning its Olliv digital currency kiosks to CoinFlip.

Ngā mihi nui
Jason Roberts
Executive Director

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