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Victoria University Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Richard Doyle
To see ourselves as others see us

An outsider’s view is always a handy perspective for a business or country. One of The Atom’s (Wellington’s Victoria University innovation space) Entrepreneurs in Residence is American Richard Doyle.

Lenovo launches Legion series of gaming PCs & laptops

Lenovo has launched a new 2020 lineup of gaming PC and laptops, which are sure to give fans of prebuilt gaming PCs something to smile about.

Kiwi startup announces 2020 launch of rental marketplace app

The app, which will allow New Zealanders to lend and rent everyday items, helps in the effort to halt the increasing trend of throwing things away when not used on a regular basis, and provides a means for the items collecting dust on the shelf to become useful again.

3D printing offers hope to healthcare workers during COVID-19

3D printing has been utilised by medical institutions and staff on the frontlines to solve immediate challenges around safety as stocks of personal protective equipment (PPE) drop.

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Global Seismic Data co-founder Steven McLauchlan
No problem with proprietary white labelling of GSD system

The creators of the world’s best structural health monitoring system are quite happy with the idea of others putting their own name on the outside of their piece of kit.

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Richard Doyle, Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Wellington Victoria University's 'The Atom'
Entrepreneurs and business owners - learn how to speak in public

Entrepreneur in Residence at Wellington University’s The Atom innovation space Richard Doyle says he strongly encourages fledgling business owners to improve their public speaking and presentations.

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Global Seismic Data co-founder, Mark Futter and the 'building pulse' sensor
‘Building pulse’ data ramps up people’s safety and economic resilience

The genesis for Technology Valley Grenada-based Global Seismic Data’s business came eight years ago when co-founder Mark Futter was in a building that moved a lot during an earthquake.

NZ telcos preparing to keep up with extra demand over coronavirus self isolation

“The New Zealand telecommunication industry has high quality networks which are more than able to respond to extra demands on the networks from people working from home and spending more time at home due to self-isolation.

Details build functionality

Eight360’s biggest challenge in its four and a half year development has been “surviving long enough to build out functionality,” says CEO/Chaos Pilot, Terry Miller.

Rising to the top of world video gaming production

Derek Bradley’s sometimes disbelieving that running a video game production company is his current job.