Supporting more Maori-led tech ventures
It was wonderful to have Candice Pardy at last year’s angel summit and we are chuffed it led to investment for Jobloads.
Gisborne entrepreneur Candice Pardy is thrilled with the funding support she has received for her app linking seasonal horticulture workers with employers.
Pardy, the founder of the Māori tech business Jobloads, has received about $700,000 in commitments to funding from angel investors in the past couple of months to start to build the online marketplace for seasonal workers and growers of horticultural produce like kiwifruit and pipfruit.
The catalyst for funding was the support she received from SheEO, a community of “radically generous women” supporting entrepreneurial women