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Award-winning software company Dexterous Pro partners with leading financial experts Lifewealth Group to launch the robust financial services platform Ontoma, to provide a fintech solution for Australia’s financial advice licensees and their Future of Financial Advice obligations (FoFA).
Shortlyster, an intelligent hiring optimisation platform, that helps companies make better and more informed hiring decisions, has announced it has successfully completed a AUD $5 million capital raise.
GO1.com, the world’s largest onboarding, compliance and professional development platform, has raised more than $30 million in a Series B funding round led by M12, Microsoft’s venture fund.
Australian technology start-up Pendula will extend its operations to the US and UK and more than double in size in 2019, following a $3.5 million capital raise to expand the business and escalate its go-to-market strategy.
Medicinal cannabis startup Cannvalate announces plans for Australia’s largest cannabis cultivation hub in Melbourne
Melbourne based medicinal cannabis company, Cannvalate, has recently purchased over 100 acres of farm land in the south-east of Melbourne, with plans to become Australia’s largest cannabis cultivation hub.
Namaste has always sought to become Canada’s premier of medicinal cannabis. They have established themselves as a global market leader, creating the world’s largest online marketplace for cannabis, cannabis accessories, and other related products with more than 30 websites in 20 countries.
Perth medtech chosen as joint-winner in global finals for international startup competition at St...
Perth medical device company, OncoRes Medical, has been announced as one of three ‘Entrepreneurs of the Year’ at the global finals of an internationally-recognised start-up event, following a pitch overnight to an international audience including the Duke of York, Prince Andrew.
Six months after launch, CannVaLate, Australia’s largest network of cannabis prescribing medicinal clinics, has raised $4 milion in Series A funding, with over 50% of funds coming from the medical profession. The company plans to go to IPO in early 2019.
Online retailer and start-up, Cosmetic Capital, has shipped more than 100,000 orders on Neto since launching just two years ago, cementing its position as one of Australia’s leading discount beauty online retailers.
Social networking app Travello raises AUD$5 million to build the world’s largest online community...
Founded in 2015 by two footy mates from northern Queensland, Travello connects travellers from all corners of the globe, recommends experiences and allows users to browse and book more than 50,000 activities. The social networking app is currently used by more than 350,000 travellers in 180 countries. In July 2018 alone, Travello recorded 1.8M events on the Travello feed.
Three brothers Nick, Mike and Guilherme from Brazil, who are currently living in Australia, have been working on Brigie's development since November 2016.
Rounded provides intuitive and straightforward accounting solutions, specifically for sole-traders. The SaaS company, established in 2015 hopes to aggressively pursue its growth strategy, targeting the lucrative and growing “gig economy”
Samuel Raciti, Taxify's Country Manager for Australia, “This investment round is very exciting news for Taxify in Australia as it means we can accelerate our growth by further expanding our local operations."
Frollo, a company based in North Sydney, has developed an app - also called Frollo - that analyses your bank transactions and recommends ways for you to spend less and save more. Think of it as a budgeting app on steroids.
With Australia’s short-term rental market now contributing an estimated $6 billion to the Australian economy and creating over 40,000 full-time jobs, MadeComfy’s growth and this new round of investment shows market confidence in a vital, growing industry.
Founded by singer and professional musician Javier Trueba, The Hip Stars Band is a cooperative of national musicians – singers and instrumentalists.
The capital will also be used to drive further global growth of the platform, which has seen its user base explode from 1.1 million to 3 million users over the last 12 months. The business plans to triple its headcount, growing to a team of 75 over the coming months.
Australia’s Girl Geek Academy has responded to market demand and launched Australia’s first all-woman game making hackathon, #SheHacksGames, aimed to increase the number of women working in game development and building tangible products.
The Law On Earth platform will negate the need for a lot of the population to see law firms at all unless they are in a big litigation or have a particularly messy situation. So this is a very big change for the industry.
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