We greatly value our relationships with parties that help bring our intellectual property to market.
KiwiNet is a nationwide network of public research organisations, working together to transform scientific discoveries into marketable products and services.
WNT Ventures is a Callaghan Innovation-funded technology incubator based in the Bay of Plenty.
Sparkbox is an early stage investor, investing into high growth technology companies in the Asia Pacific region. Sparkbox have funded two start-up companies based upon University of Canterbury Intellectual Property.
Return On Science is a national research commercialisation programme helping deliver new research to the marketplace from universities, research institutions, and private companies. UC often seeks guidance from ROS’s specialist investment committees in developing commercial pathways for its IP.
Brandon Capital Partners (Brandon), established in 2007, is a leading life science venture capital firm with a New Zealand and Australian presence. As a life science technology incubator, Brandon will curate and seed promising life sciences research discoveries, providing access to capital, expertise and hands-on training to support the next generation of New Zealand life science companies.
Sprout is an existing Callaghan Innovation-funded business accelerator based in Palmerston North and has been working with agrifood tech start-ups since 2014. Its focus is investment in technologies that improve the efficiency and sustainability of food production and distribution.
Bridgewest Ventures is part of the Bridgewest Group, a US-based investment company, which also operates a Technology Incubator in San Diego, California. Bridgewest has been successful in its ability to incubate and launch major global innovation-led companies and intends to leverage this experience to replicate the same successful model in New Zealand.