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According to a recent report by KPMG, the biggest Australian fintech transaction and the third biggest deal in Asia recorded in the first half of 2019 was US$100 million, achieved by Australia’s fastest-grown fintech unicorn, Airwallex.
There’s no doubt that small businesses are a core part of the Australian economy but when big businesses fail to pay on time, small businesses are forced into what we call a ‘cash flow gap’.
Israeli startup HearMeOut is taking on the likes of Google and Apple in a bid to capitalise an emerging demand for voice tech, listing on the ASX ahead of its planned launch in the US next year.
Xref, at its core, is an automated, cloud-based candidate referencing platform – that in itself is a major win for its clients in terms of the time and money they save on resources otherwise wasted on calling and chasing referees.
The start that this smart Aussie tech company had was far from good. It was awesome! On crowd-funding platform Indiegogo, they hit their goal in two hours, reached the $100,000 mark within one day and had reached over $300,000 by the end of that first week.
Botanix is a medical dermatology company developing new prescription medicines to treat serious skin diseases, including acne, psoriasis and atopic dermatitis.
A simple financial solution that allows users to manage their finances, including loans, repayments, budgeting and valuations, myprosperity.com.au is engineered with live feeds from the ASX, Redbook, Yodlee and RP Data, all via a secure online portal.
Property Connect, an Australian real estate tech start-up that is shaking up the huge US rental market, is set to raise A$2.5 million as it lists on the ASX
Australia’s leading adventure tourism company, Skydive the Beach is spreading its wings overseas, buying New Zealand’s leading tandem skydive company, NZONE
Tech lawyer Nick Abrahams' book, Digital Disruption in Australia looks at how companies can not only survive but also thrive in the next digital generation
As the Aussie sharemarket prepares for coming boom, companies preparing to list on the ASX need to consider whether to enter via the front door (IPO) or the back door (RTO).
Tech-focused venture capital fund Tank Stream Ventures recently announced the first close of their $20 million fund and that they now have a full...
Australian taxi app and integrated mobile payment provider ingogo recently successfully closed a $12 million Series C funding round, ahead of its plans to...
Contingent workforce solutions provider, Rision, is seeking a $4 million plus funding boost to accelerate growth of its patented mobile recruitment and HR platform...
Sydney based consumer technology company Yatango is set to debut on the ASX in June via a reverse takeover of Latitude Consolidated Limited (ASX:LCD),...
OtherLevels, an Aussie-founded mobile marketing tech firm recently confirmed their listing on the ASX and released their prospectus to investors. OtherLevels was launched in Brisbane...
Ingogo seemed to be the best thing to happen to Australian taxis since… the taxi. And with its recent announcement of an additional $9.1...
Whether your company engages a professional investor relations firm to communicate with potential investors or you do it yourself, don’t ignore the benefits of investor relations at all times. Now, this is even more important, given the early signs of recovery.
The small investor, often, is the big sucker in the stock market. In crises, and in the exaggerated booms and busts of the past decade, he is an early and big victim. A friendless soul in the convulsive world of stock markets, few give the little guy any attention, time or information. Is there anywhere he can turn to in order to protect his investments? Yes, there is. NOW.
You’ve decided to offer equity in your company to investors in order to grow your business — but what’s the next step you need to take? In the third of this six-part series on raising capital, corporate advisor Dr Mark Rainbird discusses the avenues you have to distribute your offer to interested parties.
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