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PWB Congratulates Young Wellington Incubators

13 March 2006

PWB Congratulates Young Wellington Incubators

Positively Wellington Business, the region’s economic development agency, has congratulated four outstanding Wellington incubator companies who will be representing New Zealand later this week in a World Entrepreneurship Summit in Brazil.

As part of the Wellington incubator network, Positively Wellington Business is proud to endorse the following participants in the Sao Paulo Summit meeting from 15-17 March:

- John Dennett (ALLO Moda Ltd/IBIZI New Zealand)
- Adam Brown (Customers.co.nz)
- Richard Brett (FieldPine Development)
- Tim Copeland (SilverStripe)

“All four are exciting Wellington companies with high growth potential” says PWB CEO Philip Lewin. “It is great to be able to get in behind them, particularly when another Wellington company, Trade Me, has achieved such notable success in recent days”.

“We look forward to seeing all of these companies grow and prosper further as a result of the business contacts they will make in Sao Paulo” Mr Lewin says.

ENDS

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