Tahi’s investment portfolio begun with local partners in key primary industries – viticulture and fresh produce. But we're not stopping there.
Tahi has grown significantly since our first investment. The Booster Wine Group is the result of our strategic vision - investing in like-minded companies that can work together to produce award-winning wines profitably and efficiently.
Our newest investment, Dodson Motorsports, signals a diversification of the Tahi portfolio into the specialised manufacturing sector, expanding from our existing investments in horticulture and wine production.
Dodson's is a natural fit with Booster. Dodson's innovation and inventiveness is a classic Kiwi story - it all started in the owner's garage! Dodson's commitment to their product reflects the passion and belief in creating something that is a true game changer. We're passionate about supporting Kiwi inguity and innovation - and helping New Zealand companies take their innovations to the world stage.
Tahi's long-term focus on New Zealand means we invest in areas where we believe New Zealand businesses will succeed today and into the future.
Tahi is about working together as one for the good of all New Zealanders. We want to make sure that NZ companies carry on growing so we all benefit. Together, Tahi and our portfolio partners are moving towards a bold future.
The Tahi difference
In Tahi's first year of operation, we invested around $25 million into our first two partners. This kind of money really boosted operations for Awatere River Wine Company (ARWC) and Waimea Estates. Both partners have now built a solid base for the future. And today, Sunchaser is ready to take their successful business to the next step.
And our investment into Dodson's will enable them to expand and relocate to a better, fit for purpose facility, create more jobs in the local community and increase research and development to bring more products to market. Taking Kiwi ingenuity to the world!
Want to be part of the Tahi story? Join Booster today and you'll be helping grow New Zealand.