Hnry news stories
Kiwi fintech firm Hnry launches in Australia
Founded in 2017, the company deploys software aimed at helping freelancers, contractors and sole traders manage the financial admin that comes with working for oneself.
How Kiwi FinTech is helping keep NZ’s economy on track
Three Kiwi company founders explain how they are helping the post-COVID economic recovery with a mix of innovation and heart.
COVID- 19 leads to sharp rise in independent earning
The increase has been noticeably driven by people looking to start earning independently, as many have been let go from permanent jobs and are seeking alternatives.
Kiwi fintech startup looks to expand following investment success
Hnry have expanded their office space in Wellington as they look to further invest into technology, bring more value to customers, hire more staff and begin trials to expand into overseas markets.
Hnry and CFFC urge Government to reconsider KiwiSaver for the self-employed
Hnry CEO James Fuller says that without any equivalent of the employer contribution, the majority of independent earners aren’t engaging with KiwiSaver at all, as they don’t see it as being a valuable investment.
Gig economy fuels 'portfolio careers' as the new normal
According to HNRY founder James Fuller, the 'future' of work is actually the 'present' of work.
Fintech startup Hnry raises $2.15 million in investment round
Hnry was designed to make life easier for contractors, freelancers and other independent earners, providing an online service that takes care of their financial admin.
Exclusive: ASB and Hnry’s shared vision for the future of work
"As a fintech company, being able to work in partnership with an innovative bank like ASB is really helping our platform."
Fintech startup Hnry extends oversubscribed pre-seed capital raise
Wellington-based fintech startup Hnry’s pre-seed capital raise was so popular that it was oversubscribed by $100,000 within days of launch.
Kiwi startup making it easier for the self-employed to handle taxes
Hnry turns self-employment into a ‘pay-as-you-earn’ model, free from the risk of severe consequences that come with non-compliance.