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NZX IPO Masterclass - Serko’s Story in Christchurch, 25 May

NZX IPO Masterclass - Serko’s Story in Christchurch, 25 May


As a valued member of the NZ Hi-Tech Awards community we would like to invite you to NZX’s IPO Masterclass – Serko’s Story in Christchurch from 7:30am - 9:00am on Friday 25 May 2018 at EPIC Innovation, 76/106 Manchester Street, Christchurch.

Listed on the NZX, Serko Limited is a world leader in creating cloud-based technologies that seamlessly manage corporate travel programmes and expenses.

Serko raised more than $22 million of equity from its IPO in June 2014 to develop software and support its travel and expense management systems to clients across Australasia.

Since listing the Auckland based company’s share price has increased 131% and in 2017 it was the best performing stock on the NZX.

Serko’s CEO and Co-Founder Darrin Grafton will share his experience of listing in an open and interactive masterclass format.

This is a must attend event for any business considering listing as a capital raising option. If you are interested in attending please click here to register via the Eventbrite page, or contact NZX's Senior Relationship Manager Nick Ormrod on +64 4 496 2881 or at: nick.ormrod@nzx.com to secure your place or to learn more about the benefits of listing on New Zealand's exchange.


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