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Now in its ninth year, the TIN100 Report provides an annual analysis of New Zealand’s largest globally-focussed companies in the hi-tech manufacturing, biotech and ICT sectors.
TIN’s research is very collaborative, with widespread industry support and participation. We are delighted with the evolution of the report to the position where it is now viewed nationally as a critical reference for key decision makers. It has been extremely gratifying to watch the Report play an increasing role in facilitating the emergence of a transparent technology export community through identifying who key companies are, how they are performing, and how to contact them.
TIN News brings you up-to-date articles gathered from a variety of publications..
Software does the heavy liftingICT
Datacom CEO Greg Davidson says there's a growing awareness of software's power t...read more ▶
Another B on the bucket list - BuGeneral
Callaghan Innovation chief executive Mary Quin reckons more New Zealand companie...read more ▶
Manufacturing 'vibrant and kickinManufacturing
Contrary to popular belief, the economy is manufacturing-heavy, a new report sho...read more ▶
We have a $7 billion a year innovation sector with $5 billion per annum of exports without most New Zealanders even being aware that this is what we can do. Imagine what will happen when all New Zealanders discover what we really are good at… Nothing has quite changed our perceptions as the TIN100. Greg Shanahan has done an enormous service to New Zealand. Who else measures this? Certainly not Statistics NZ. The TIN100 tells us how big this sector is. It tells us what we are good at – physical platforms technologies, ICT, software, creative businesses like Weta, and a small component of biotech as well.