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Stop Press NZ – Horse’s Mouth: Derek Handley

At 22, Derek Handley became the country’s youngest ever managing director of a listed company. Around ten years later, he sold The Hyperfactory to US marketing behemoth Meredith. And now, in between helping create the ‘future of reading’ with Booktrack, he has announced plans to list his latest venture, mobile media specialist Snakk Media, on […]

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SMNZ Presents: An Intimate Evening with Derek Handley

The latest in our Intimate Evening series saw a small group gather in the basement of 1885 for snacks, drinks and a riveting chat with New Zealand’s own Derek Handley. Derek Handley is the founder of mobile marketing and media company, The Hyperfactory, so we were thrilled to have an opportunity to sit down and […]

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NZ Herald – Entrepreneur hopes start-up will lead the way

Start-up business focused on smartphone and tablet computer advertising markets. Kiwi tech entrepreneur Derek Handley hopes his latest start-up will become a blueprint for companies looking to raise up to $5 million of capital. Handley’s firm Snakk Media, which helps companies get their advertising in front of smartphone and tablet computer users, yesterday said it […]

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Snakk Media signals listing on NZAX – Press Release

Snakk Media signals listing on NZAX Future-focussed company continues rapid offshore growth AUCKLAND, New Zealand, 8 November 2012 – Following a year of 345%[1] revenue growth, ‘new screen’ media start-up Snakk Media Ltd is announcing its intent to list on the New Zealand Alternative Exchange (NZAX) in the coming months[2]. The company is also celebrating […]

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Stuff.co.nz – Media firm plans stock exchange listing

Mobile media entrepreneur Derek Handley plans to list a new company on the stock exchange. Snakk Media, a “new screen” media start-up, will launch on the alternative exchange NZAX in coming months. Handley, a New Zealander, is well-known for founding mobile ad agency the Hyperfactory with his brother Geoffrey before selling the company to US-based […]

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