Ignition the spark for major expansion



 

Priority One’s co-working space Ignition has been so successful that in May it will take over a large part of the downstairs floor at the economic agency’s Grey St offices, says project manager Michelle Parker.

 

In addition, the Wharf42 Plug and PlayTechnology Incubator, announced Tuesday by Wharf42 founder Peter Wren-Hilton, might take some of the new space. The incubator, which would link Tauranga with a major Silicon Valley incubator, aimed to support the growth of the existing ICT community and make Tauranga a destination for start-ups and early-stage technology businesses.  More…