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marginfuel.com

Stage

Seed VC | Alive

Total Raised

$570K

Last Raised

$570K | 5 yrs ago

About MarginFuel

MarginFuel provides SaaS cloud-based market intelligence, demand forecasting, and price optimization software to rental vehicle operators.

MarginFuel Headquarters Location

Wellington,

New Zealand

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Top 20 Most Promising Startups in New Zealand in 2022.

Apr 29, 2022

Share There’s no doubt that New Zealand is now the best place to start a technology-based business. Some of the best people in the world live there. New Zealand has a lot of skilled workers, a supportive government, and a lot of people who are open to new ideas. These factors have led to its success with these startups. 1. Predict-HQ. For businesses, PredictHQ helps by giving them information about live events that they can use to make more brilliant project plans and startups. Based in Auckland, this company had a significant Series A round in November 2018 with a total of $10m and a Series B round in February 2020 with $22m. They have shown that they are a company to keep an eye on, with big clients like Uber, Booking.com, Accenture, and Domino. Details about the startup: It began in 2015 2. Nyriad Nyriad has a lot of money and a lot of people working there. They use cutting-edge software technology to manage a lot of data, and they can be used to process, collect, and store Petabytes of astronomical data. They work with many cloud partners and supercomputers that are willing to help. Details about the startup: In 2014, the project began. Matthew Simmons is the founder. 3. Halter  Halter makes collars with GPS and solar power that help farmers keep track of their cows. This technology lets farmers keep an eye on their cattle from anywhere. These smart collars use AI to help them do this. It’s also possible to set up invisible boundaries for cattle with the Halter app, which can be used to set them. They have found it a lot more convenient for farmers in New Zealand to grow their food. Details about the startup: Started:2016 Agriculture, AgTech, Hardware, and Software are all industries. People who work for the company: 1-10 Amount: NZ$40,000,000 4. ArchiPro ArchiPro is an online database that helps people in the building and architecture industries stay in touch. It gives people a simple way to connect with professionals who can help them design their homes and make their houses look better. It has worked out well for them, and they are now people to watch in the architecture field. Details about the startup: In 2014, the project began. One of the first people to start the company was Milot Zeqiri. 5. Cove  The cove is an insurance-tech company that wants to change and make insurance easier in New Zealand. They have a lot of experience and think outside the box. In 2019, they raised more than $2 million in funding activities, which brought their total investment to $5 million. If you want to buy insurance, claim your money back, or keep your policy up to date, you can use their platform. Details about the startup: Started: 2017 6. Insite AI An AI program called Insite can be used to help people find the team at Insite AI has built an intelligent platform that uses data from retailers, customers, and the weather to help retailers make better decisions about their merchandising. This includes stock allocation, pricing, and the development of new products. This company was started in 2018 and has already raised more than $2 million, and it’s one to keep an eye on in the years to come. In 2018, the project began. Two of the founders are Shaveer Mirpuri and Jonathan Reid. 7. Marsello Starting in 2014, the Marsello team has grown a lot and raised almost $5 million in money. They help small and medium-sized businesses with their marketing by using machine learning and AI data to learn more about them. They act as a marketing assistant for businesses all over New Zealand, just like a real person would. Details about the startup: In 2014, the project began. Brady Thomas, Brent Spicer, and Matt Thomas were the founders. 8. Learn Coach As more people work from home, they also learn from home. It’s a website for secondary school students to get help with math, reading, and writing. Online learning was new to them in 2016, so they were ahead of the game when it came to that. The site has more than 150 000 students from all over New Zealand. Details about the startup: Started:2016 9. RedShield service  As a tech company, RedShield has been around for more than a dozen years and has raised more than $18 million in funding. As a cybersecurity service, they have worked very hard to become one of the best in the world by taking on cybersecurity challenges that no one else will. They have made web application shielding technology that allows businesses to respond quickly to cyber threats, extend the life of older apps, defer patches and upgrades, and cut down on security costs while staying safe and safe. It’s one of the best cybersecurity tools because it comes with a 24/7 expert managed service. Details about the startup: Started: 2009 10. MarginFuel. MarginFuel is software that rental car businesses can use to make their prices more competitive. They use an AI-based platform to give them the most up to date information on the prices and demand of things in the market. It was a SaaS company that raised more than $800,000 in funding in 2017 and still helps rental car businesses today. Details about the startup: People who live in Wellington are called “city people.” In 2014, the project began, and Andreas Pascoe was one of the founders of the company. 11. Farrago People who work for Farrago use AI technology to give them data insights resulting from predictive modelling and machine learning. This data will be used to make quick business decisions most of the time. A very new company that has been very popular since it was founded in 2008 is very popular now. Details about the startup: Started: 2008 12. JRNY JRNY helps insurance companies make the customer journey easier and quickly distribute policies. JRNY also helps insurance companies save money. As a result, the customer has a better experience, and insurers can improve conversion rates and sales efficiency. They can also learn a lot more about customer behaviour. Started: 2016  ‍13. Little Yellow Bird Clothing company Little Yellow Bird is eco-friendly. They want to help businesses make sure that the clothes their employees wear are both environmentally friendly and made ethically. People who make the clothes are also treated fairly, and everything can be traced back to where it came from. It would be great if more clothing companies started to do this. Details about the startup: It began in 2015 14. Soul Machine. In the future, people will be able to interact with machines in a new way because of Soul Machines. Their avatars are high-tech robots that help people get help changing modern life for the better by completely changing how they interact with robots and machines. They look like a company to keep an eye on in the future, with more than $40 million in funding and AI becoming more important. Details about the startup: Started: 2016 Greg Cross and Mark Sagar were the founders. Artificial Intelligence, E-Learning, Information Technology, Machine Learning, Software, and Virtual Reality are some of the industries. People who work for the company: 101-250 Amount: $65,000,000 People who bought the stock: 7 15. Harmoney Harmoney is a peer-to-peer lending platform that connects investors with people who need short-term, unsecured personal loans. Using their platform is very simple, and it considers each borrower’s financial history and gives them risk grades to figure out how much they’ll have to pay in interest. In 2019, they got more than $15 million in Series C funding. They are people to keep an eye on in the field of fintech. Details about the startup: 2012   16. ExtraOrder ExtraOrder is a smartphone app that helps bars and restaurants get more business through their help. Customers can get the app and then scan a QR code on a table to get the app. Once they’re done, they can order, add instructions, pay, and split the ball while sitting at the table. This makes it easier and cheaper for bars and restaurants, but it also makes it easier and more convenient for the customer. Details about the startup: In 2018, the project began. Two of the founders are Greg Harrison and Richard Warburton. 17. Real health New Zealand New Zealand’s Real Health wants to help women stay active from home. With live online classes every week, this company lets women all over New Zealand stay in shape. Two friends started it. There are a lot of women who don’t have much time. They have a wide variety of workouts, from pilates to exercises for after you’ve had a child. In exchange for a small $10, they can join the co-founders for six classes a week. With other workout programs or gyms, this is a good deal. Details about the startup: Started: 2016 18. Kernel Wealth It’s very popular in other countries, especially in the United States. But in New Zealand, it doesn’t happen so much. The team at Kernel Wealth wants to change that. They want to give New Zealanders more choices and control over their investments and reward them for it. They use modern technology to develop new investment products and a wider range of people who want to invest. Details about the startup: At the start of 2019 At the start, Dean Anderson was one of them. 19. MoneyHub People who are tired of financial jargon and want to better understand their money should use MoneyHub, which helps people do that. The team at MoneyHub writes detailed guides that are easy to read and aren’t influenced by any one company or person. They have a unique selling point because they are 100% free to use and 100% objective. There are no sponsors or paid ads. Money hub. Co.NZ is the place to go if you work or live in New Zealand. Details about the startup: In 2018, the project began, and Chris Walsh is one of the founders. 20. My Goodness My Goodness makes non-dairy ice cream with a fruit called Persimmon. : This is a small startup run by a family, and their main ingredient is grown in their orchard near their home. Soy and coconut aren’t the only dairy alternatives, but they aren’t as exotic or as good for you as the Persimmon. Details about the startup: Lindsay Wells and Duane Wells were the first people to start the company. Conclusion: Predict-HQ and Nyriad are two of the most promising start-ups in New Zealand in 2022. In Auckland, predict-HQ helps businesses learn about live events that they can use to make great project plans and start businesses. From GPS and solar power to collars that cows can wear, Halter makes collars that farmers can use to keep track of their cattle from anywhere. People live in Auckland, which is a place that is big enough to have people living there. Students in high school can go to Learn Coach to get help with math, reading, and writing. A cybersecurity company called RedShield has raised more than $18 million in money. Rental car businesses can use MarginFuel to make their prices more competitive, and this software helps them do this. People live in Auckland, which is a place that is big enough to have people living there. A city person is someone who lives in a city. JRNY helps insurance companies make getting a policy easier for customers and getting them out quickly. HARMY connects investors with people who need short-term loans, and it helps them find each other. Different order is a smartphone app that allows bars and restaurants to get more customers by giving them advice on how to get more business. New Zealand’s Real Health wants to help women stay active while at home. In exchange for a small $10, they can go to six classes a week with the co-founders. Persimmon: My Goodness makes non-dairy ice cream with this fruit. This is a small business run by a family, and their main ingredient comes from the orchard near their home. People live in Auckland, which is a place that is big enough to have people living there. Share this:

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  • Where is MarginFuel's headquarters?

    MarginFuel's headquarters is located at Wellington.

  • What is MarginFuel's latest funding round?

    MarginFuel's latest funding round is Seed VC.

  • How much did MarginFuel raise?

    MarginFuel raised a total of $570K.

  • Who are the investors of MarginFuel?

    Investors of MarginFuel include NZ Growth Capital Partners and Angel HQ.

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