KiwiNet

Empowering People who Commercialise Research.

For commercialisation professionals

KiwiNet facilitates access to investment, training tools, networks and connections, plus market and technical experts. We're a focal point for research commercialisation collaboration, encouraging organisations to seek out and exploit areas of common interest and opportunity.

For researchers
 

KiwiNet helps transform your discoveries to innovative products and services with PreSeed funding from MBIE. We provide commercialisation expertise, training, and can connect you with businesses, investors, and collaborators. We love celebrating your success.

For businesses
 

KiwiNet is a front door making it easier for you to identify technologies and engage with scientific expertise in research organisations from across the country. We can help solve your business challenges.

For investors and entrepreneurs

KiwiNet is a portal providing greater visibility of technologies being developed in research organisations. We enable early identification and engagement with potential investment and start-up opportunities.
KiwiNet News

KiwiNet News

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Our Partners & Shareholders

  • AG Research Logo
  • Otago Innovation Logo
  • Lincoln University Logo
  • Canterbury University Logo
  • Plant & Food Logo
  • VicLink Logo
  • NIWA Logo
  • AUT Logo
  • WaikatoLink Logo
  • Landcare Research Logo
  • Callaghan Logo
  • ESR Logo
  • Cawthron Logo
  • Scion Logo
  • GNS Science Logo

KiwiNet Annual Reports

Annual Reports

Corporate Partners

  • BNZ Bank
  • MinterEllisonRuddWatts Lawyers
  • Baldwins Logo
  • Sciencelens Ltd
Seamless partnerships and alignment with industry ensure Cawthron’s aquaculture, food safety and environmental research has line-of-sight to market. Not only is this good business, it’s also very satisfying to see science we’ve worked on for years in a lab, making a positive difference to New Zealand’s economy and in the wider world.

Professor Charles Eason, Chief Executive, Cawthron Institute
Professor Charles Eason, Chief Executive, Cawthron Institute