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Hats off to the 'inventor' of the TIN100

Hats off to the 'inventor' of the combined IT, hi-tech and biotech sectors


href="#a"> By Peter Kerr for sticK

(sticK - 4 November 2015 ) Finance Minister Bill English, speaking at the Wellington launch of the 11th TIN100 report, gave Greg Shanahan and his team what amounts to a pretty nice endorsement.

“You effectively invented this sector,” English said at the Thursday 29 October gathering at NZX's relatively new presentation space.

Which, as we've all come to habitually expect each October, is a reminder that prior to Shanahan fronting up with the inspiration, perspiration and perseverance for the TIN100, that nothing of its sort existed before 2005.
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