Private investors both within New Zealand and internationally are looking to New Zealand’s market for potential investment opportunities.
Some of them are successful entrepreneurs themselves, who want to use the knowledge that they have accumulated to help other businesses succeed. Many private investors will want to have a role in managing the business, as well as shares in the company, in order for the investment to be worthwhile for them.
Hundreds of local companies and entrepreneurs, from start-up ideas to small businesses looking to expand, are already members of the New Zealand Investment Network. This allows them to connect online with thousands of investors looking to make an investment.
With branches based all over the world, we seek to connect private business investors (also known as “business angels”) with entrepreneurs. Many private investors will look at ideas that are similar to their interests, perhaps sectors where they have experience – and in many cases location. Our network features entrepreneurs across a wide range of sectors, from Entertainment, Products and Retail, to IT, Finance, Biotechnology and Tourism.
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We have a new International Provisional Patent and FTO on a newly designed pneumatic cylinder especially useful for builders' nail guns. Our cylinder has proven to be at half the size of current cylinders to have twice the power.
NZ$5,000,000 Req NZ$500,000 Min
I've improved the Shipping Container. I invent solutions to high volume problems largely in the Transport Industry, but not limited to as there are many everyday problems that I have documented solutions to complete.
NZ$80,000 Req NZ$30,000 Min
A scientific publication that covers a wide variety of topics, it contains features and articles about the latest advances in several fields. It is in digital and print version. Scientific research about very specific biotech developments.
NZ$450,000 Req NZ$100,000 Min
Agro-Ecological is a specialist institutional asset manager with extensive experience in farmland management; in particular in the conversion of conventional farming activity to organic management.
NZ$2,000,000 Req NZ$25,000 Min
Smart Textiles for Medical and Consumer Technology
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Raising money for a social cause- Screening of banned documentary India's daughter in Auckland, New Zealand on 16 August 2015