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Ossis targets UK market to expand sales of 3D titanium implants

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Ossis Ltd, which uses 3D printing technology to custom design titanium implants for patients with severely damaged bones and joints, is expanding outside of Australasia to the UK. The Christchurch-based company this year doubled monthly sales of the implants to four or five across New Zealand and Australia. It’s now in talks with a UK distributor to enter that market …

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Icehouse alumni Adherium gets ASX listing


The Icehouse will tack another medal onto an already-decorated body of work this week: Adherium will become the first of the incubator’s alumni to cross the listing threshold. A digital health technology company whose focus is to addresss the sub-optimal medication use in chronic disease, Adherium is now listed on …

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SLI widens annual loss cites Brazilian weakness


Innovation  SLI Systems widened its annual loss while sales met the reduced guidance it gave in April, after the online retail search engine developer reorganised its sales team and was impacted by a weaker Brazilian economy The Christchurch-based company reported a loss of $7.1 million in the year ended June 30, from a loss …

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Wynyard loss widens company claims stock price doesn’t reflect value

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Wynyard Group, the intelligence software developer, widened its first-half loss while boosting sales 39 percent and anticipates faster revenue growth from the second half as it rolls out a new product. The Auckland-based company posted a net loss of $17.6 million, or 14 cents per share, in the six months ended …

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GeoOp to raise $2.4m in private placement to fund Australian growth


GeoOp, the workforce management app developer, will raise $2.4 million in private placement to foreign investors, senior management and the board to help fund the company’s expansion in Australia. The Auckland-based company will sell 5 million shares at 48 cents apiece to a group of investors, with the funds raised …

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Datacom topples Spark as NZ’s biggest IT services provider


Datacom, the privately-held IT services firm, surpassed Spark New Zealand as the country’s biggest information technology services provider, lifting annual revenue 6.3 percent in a growing footprint on both sides of the Tasman. Revenue rose to $937 million in the 12 months ended June 30 from $881 million a year …

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Pacific Edge gains US approval for Dunedin test lab


Pacific Edge, the maker of non-invasive bladder cancer tests, has won US regulatory approval to commercially process test samples from its latest cancer detecting product at its Dunedin laboratory. Approval and registration with the US regulatory standard, Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments, enables the commercial use of its Cxbladder Triage test at …

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VMob shifts headquarters to the US, seeks main board NZX listing


 VMob, the NZAX-listed mobile technology company, is shifting its headquarters to San Francisco, planning to shift from the NZAX to the main board of the NZX listing, and raising about $5 million in a private share placement. The company’s mobile marketing platform delivers personalised, location-based promotional offers to mobile phone users on behalf …

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Blis Technologies forecasts 75% gain in annual sales


By Jonathan Underhill July 31 (BusinessDesk) – Blis Technologies, the NZX-listed biotech company, said sales will rise as much as 75 percent, helped by demand in Europe, North America and in New Zealand. Sales in the year ending March 31, 2016, are expected to “comfortably exceed $4.5 million,” chief executive Barry Richardson …

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