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Scoop Images: Show Me The Money

The latest New Zealand new technology IPO eVentures hasn't been put off by recent ructions on the NasDaq. Today representatives of overseas backers News Limited and Softbank fronted to media and brokers in Wellington with eVenture's onshore stakeholder, Sky's Craig Heatley, and eVentures CEO Cindy Mitchener to pitch the eVentures. Scoop was there to record the action.....

For more information see...
Eventures New Zealand Announces Share Offer
10 April 2000, 6:35 pm
Press Release: eVentures
http://www.scoop.co.nz/archive/scoop/stories/0e/bb/200004101835.69614dbc.html



Craig Heatley with the eVentures vision


From left, Jesse Parker Jr, Mitchener and Heatley


(left) News Limited Director Mark Booth


(center) Softbank Director Jesse B.R.Parker Jr


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