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Young Dunedin software firm ready to take on Europe


In just five years, the company has grown from being a small Dunedin startup to winning a major UK contract and receiving international recognition from the European Commission.

Caleb Allison
Wed, 13 Jun 2012

A Dunedin-based educational software company is poised for global expansion after partnering with a British-wide language association and winning a major European award.

Language Perfect, launched by Craig Smith after he won an NBR Audacious Award, makes software which helps people learning

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Caleb Allison
Wed, 13 Jun 2012
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