NZBusiness and Management


When serial entrepreneur Dominic Sutton decided to team up with software engineer and inventor Paul Simpson it was almost a no-brainer.

Dominic had been looking for an investment opportunity and had put a message on a technology start-up page on Facebook outlining what he was looking for.

With his experience in marketing and in building and selling businesses he was looking for a new challenge and wanted something that was globally scalable and based on the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model with a recurrent revenue stream.

Dominic also wanted something he could focus on and help build for a share in the business

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