Logistics startups ready to take on the challenge of going global
Eleven promising startups from throughout New Zealand have graduated from the Sprint Global programme run by ecentre, the business incubator hosted at Massey University, with supply chain management and logistics startups featuring strongly.
Sprint Global takes startups with a validated business model and initial customers, and works with them to accelerate customer acquisition and nurture their global ambitions.
“We’re thrilled to see our second cohort graduate from Sprint Global this year, ready to take on the challenge of going global,” says Jackie Young, CEO of ecentre. “By giving founders access to mentors, sector experts, investors and other resources in the startup ecosystem, we’ve helped seed the next wave of startup success stories. We’re looking forward to showcasing these dynamic founders who are fuelling New Zealand’s startup ecosystem.”
Sprint Global 2019 graduates include four startups with a supply chain management and logistics link.