Parcelport, The Clinician and Enring are named as the top 3 finalist of the inaugural Zino Ventures 2017 New Kiwi Challenge start-up competition.
Market validation and overseas prospects are two key elements that judge panel was considering when deciding the top 3 team. The judge panel are made up by Chris Twiss, Head of Innovation Precinct Development at ATEED, Robbie Paul CEO of ICE Angel, Will Charles, General Manager Technology Development of UniServices and Ken Erskine, Co-founder and Director of 88 Kiwis
Picking a winner will be a challenge since they are all innovative leaders in their own right. Each team has successfully managed to transform diverse cultural backgrounds into global perspectives, networks and intelligent strategic businesses. Through unique visions that is made to target specific or multiple pain points in the industry, the teams have done well by identifying areas for improvements and innovation. Congratulations to the teams who stood out as game changers and ones to watch.
After intense discussion among all judges, the top 3 team list is announced to the audiences, Parcelport, the Clinician and Enring. Parcelport, a New Zealand company applying sharing economy concept in logistics industry, is highly regarded by Judge Panel as ‘A New Zealand company with strong management team, genuine customer traction and company solid market value proposition’. Judge Panel is also impressed by Enring team’s solid understanding of cross boarder E-Commerce in China. The Clinician, a Healthcare IT company with a focus on driving better care outcomes while improving medical services provider’s efficiencies and costs.
The winner of this competition would received $100,000 investment from Zino Ventures