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Capital gains as Optimizer HQ raises $4m

17 Jun 13

New Zealand technology firm, Optimizer HQ has closed a multi-million dollar investment in new capital from local and international investors.

The company, which announced plans to explore the prospect of listing on the New Zealand Stock Exchange (NZX) last month, says the deal shows that a number of eligible investors have demonstrated their confidence in the business, by investing $4 million.

The CEO of Optimizer HQ, Manas Kumar says he is thrilled to see the company secure this significant investment funding.

"We are delighted to have secured this new investment capital and to have received such a positive response and support from the investor community," he says.

"This investment will allow us to continue our international expansion and implement our strategic business plan.

"The costs of expansion into international markets is expensive and this new capital will assist us with funding that growth strategy"

Kumar says that he believes it is the business' diversified business model and exciting international prospects which has motivated investors.

"Optimizer HQ's solid leadership, innovative technology, and sound business strategy, will assist the business in achieving success," he says.

"This has no doubt inspired the support of our network of investors who have invested into Optimizer HQ."

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