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Harmoney Reports Increase in Kiwi SMEs That Are Tapping into P2P Lending for Business Cashflow

Earlier this week, Harmoney announced there has been an increase in Kiwi SMEs that are tapping into peer-to-peer (P2P) lending for business cashflow. The New Zealand online lender stated it estimates $100 million will be loaned to business accounts through its lending platform within the… Read More

Sportfunder Forms Partnership With Pozible For Asia-Pacific Exposure Expansion

On Wednesday, Kiwi-based crowdfunding platform Sportfunder announced it formed a partnership with Australian funding portal Pozible as it prepares to expand its Asia-Pacific region exposure. Sportfunder, which was founded in 2012 by Craig Williamson, is an international crowdfunding platform that is designed to specifically assist… Read More

First Equity Crowdfunding Campaign On Crowdcube NZ Launches; Features Cloud Software Firm Collect Group

In the first equity crowdfunding deal for Crowdcube NZ, an extension of Crowdcube UK, cloud software firm Collect Group seeks to raise funds for its marketing and loyalty software, according to New Zealand publication Stuff. Crowdcube NZ is being run in New Zealand by Wellington boutique investment bank Armillary Private… Read More

Taxi App Ingogo Sets Records On The Australian (Crowdfunding) Racetrack: Update

Valuation Placed at $100 Million. You might not expect a taxi to win on the racetrack, but Australian taxi app Ingogo is setting records for making the (funding) rounds. The company, launched in 2011, just announced that it closed A$12 million in a new funding round through… Read More

UPDATE: Launch of New Zealand P2P Lender LendMe Delayed By Alliance Talks With Local Bank

A New Zealand peer-to-peer lender recently dubbed the first P2P lender in the country to specialize in secured lending has delayed its launch, according to Interest.co.nz. The delay is due to the company, LendMe’s, planned talks aimed at forming an alliance with a New Zealand bank. LendMe founder… Read More

UPDATE: New Zealand Startup SellShed Hits $250,000 Crowdfunding Target in Under Four Weeks

SellShed, a New Zealand-based social marketplace app, just hit its $250,000 crowdfunding target in less than four weeks, according to the company’s press release. Currently, 43 investors have pledged $377,600, with two days remaining in the campaign and a maximum possible investment of $1,000,000. Investment opportunities went… Read More

Peer to Peer Lender Harmoney Raises $10 Million as Trade Me Leads with 15% Stake in Company

Harmoney, New Zealand’s first peer to peer lending platform, has raised $10 million in new funding to support the company’s growth. The decision to raise capital was said to be “in response to customer demand that has driven rapid month-on month growth since the launch… Read More

Renaissance Brewing Preps for Equity Crowdfunding in New Zealand

Equity crowdfunding has just been announced in the land of the Kiwi’s, but already companies are gearing up to use the innovative methodology of capital formation. Malborough based Renaissance Brewing has recently announced they are prepping to launch a campaign to raise capital with Auckland… Read More

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