Commercialising local tech innovation
Bay of Plenty startup funding group Enterprise Angels held its first meeting in the offices of Rotorua’s Scion forest research institute this week, underpinning an increasing drive to commercialise locally generated innovation.
Bill Murphy from Enterprise Angels noted that Scion was working with Tauranga-based technology incubator WNTVentures in developing a company to commercialise nanofibre research. More…
Originally published by The Bay of Plenty Times, 6th August 2015