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3 June 2016

Rising Tech Star Gadget Explores A Potential ASX Listing


Brisbane, Queensland – Gadget, a leading Brisbane based, global technology company, has appointed the investment bank Big Bank Australia, to explore a potential listing on the Australian Stock Exchange.

Many of the world’s most advanced semiconductor production facilities rely on Gadget’s flow control solutions every day. Gadget’s solutions are unrivaled in their speed, precision, and sensing abilities.

As the industry moves to the next generation of semiconductors for widgets, Gadget has experienced strong adoption across the industry, particularly at the newest semiconductor facilities under development in Fiji.  Gadget has existing production capabilities in Vanuatu, and sales offices throughout the Pacific and Africa.

“As the world moves to billions of connected intelligent devices, the core technologies needed to build those devices will be a source of enormous value”, said Gadget CEO Sam Pool.

Tim Ting, Director at Big Bank Australia, stated “We are delighted to have the opportunity to work with Gadget as it will be a unique proposition with impressive advanced technology not often seen in the Australian market”

Gadget plans to accelerate expansion into local operations in Africa as well as expand operations in Japan.  The company also intends to enter into other large industrial markets where its intelligent sensing and control technologies offer advantages.


Gadget is a new business within the Australian Tech industry that is leading the charge for innovation in its field. In its second year, the business has built a strong foundation to scale into the global market.  Gadget has garnered support from high profile investors within Australias tech industry and is looking to continue expansion with this funding.

Contact information:

Jo Sample
[email protected]
0400 000 000


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