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Venture capital: A winner and a loser as the 2022 roller coaster comes to an end

Venture capital: A winner and a loser as the 2022 roller coaster comes to an end

ANALYSIS Movac is pumping, defying the venture capital drought. The Wellington-based VC just received a $20 million injection from Generate KiwiSaver for its Movac Growth Fund 6, which follows a $70 million injection. the NZ Super Fund (which will contribute half of Fund 6’s original $100 million target, with the option to invest an additional …

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Imerys: plans to become a major player in the European lithium market

Boliden’s Capital Markets Day 2022: new targets to reduce climate impact

On Capital Markets Day, by Boliden The management team makes presentations that include up-to-date information on mining, industry and metals markets. The Capital Markets Day aims to better understand the creation of value at the level by Boliden mines and smelters. WEBCAST 12:30 CET New climate targets From a global climate perspective, Bolide has a …

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Ukrainian in New Zealand raises millions and reveals two new investments

Ukrainian in New Zealand raises millions and reveals two new investments

Mark Pavlyukovskyy sees New Zealand as an oasis of stability in a chaotic world. Photo / Provided New venture capital operator NZVC has raised $17 million for its first fund and revealed two new investments. Co-founder Mark Pavlyukovskyy says NZVC backed KiwiFibre – a Christchurch startup launching its harakeke (flax) composite as a radio-transparent and …

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Private equity firm Maker Partners backs three new Kiwi start-ups

Private equity firm Maker Partners backs three new Kiwi start-ups

Creative partners: Rod Snodgrass, Jonathan Reid, Marko Bogoievski and Hemant Walter-Rao. Photo / Provided New private equity firm Maker Partners has raised $15 million in its latest fund as it prepares to build a diversified portfolio of high-growth companies. Maker, which markets itself as a goal-oriented venture capital firm, has his eyes are on the …

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