Details about which companies are considering listing on the stock exchange may become clearer as the NZX briefs fast-growing companies about the corporate sector's prospects.
The stock exchange operator is hosting an investor day in Wellington to which it has invited nine companies to make presentations about their growth plans.
They include buggy maker Phil and Ted's, Masterpet, vehicle tracking systems company Imarda, car and campervan rentals company Jucy and Opus Printing Group.
Martin Aircraft, the Christchurch-based company behind the personal jetpack, will also be talking about its prospects.
Founder Glenn Martin hopes the investor day will cement the company's plans to list on the stock exchange later this year.