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Handley bros raise money for lost-things tracker

Gadgets to track key rings, kids and other items are a dime a dozen. The Handleys reckon they've got a unique selling point.

Wed, 31 May 2017

Brothers Derek and Geoff Handley found startup fame and fortune with The Hyperfactory, the Kiwi mobile marketing startup sold to US publisher Meridith Corporation for millions. Both have gone on to many ventures since (for Derek including the less successful Snakk Media; Geoff was last spotted

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