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What you need to know about how blockchain is changing capital raising

The blockchain takes the concept further, allowing companies to raise funds on the blockchain by issuing tokens, or crypto securities, of some value in the company or that provide utility.

This tech start-up raised $1.25 million to help businesses collect their debts faster

Automated debt collection company ezyCollect has closed its oversubscribed capital raising at $1.25 million in a round led by Tank Stream Ventures.

Marching Elephants is herding innovative social entrepreneurs to do more good

The "ideas boom" is now. We are living in a time when the potential for socially positive innovation, growth and advancements are at peak.

A start-up that helps freelance accountants succeed has closed a $180,000 seed funding round...

Accodex, an Adelaide-based start-up offering a new tech-enabled platform for freelance accountants, has secured a $180,000 seed funding to expand to the US

Australian start-ups will now save thousands in legal fees when raising capital thanks to...

Some of Australia’s leading venture capital funds, angel groups and other industry stakeholders have come together in a very commendable move to make a...

Need investment? Tank Stream Ventures has closed its first $20 million fund and is...

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 social media network Nabo has secured additional funding from its initial launch investors

Australia’s first hyper-local social media network, Nabo, recently successfully completed an additional round of funding from investors Seven West Media and Reinventure, an independent...

As more men pay more attention to their looks, this Sydney start-up is getting...

Thirty-seven-year-old Patrick Kidd was an electrician for eight years but was not satisfied. Originally from the far South Coast of NSW, he moved to...

Read this, before you speak to any Investor about your startup online business

There is basic information an investor will want to see before they become interested in you and, your online venture. But basically, it’s all about returning tons of money to the investor. It's never about making you a multi-millionaire. If you can answer the following questions honestly, then, you're ready to speak to potential investors.

Bubble Gum Interactive’s investment adventures (including a handwriting test that earned them $100k)

Any start-up that’s had to raise funds via Angels and VCs will tell you it’s a white-knuckle ride. Independent game development studio Bubble Gum Interactive (BGI) is no exception. The Australian start-up’s tales of capital raising include near-hypothermia, an encounter with Interpol, and a handwriting analysis test (that they passed and scored $100k.)

Want to attract (and keep) investors? Good communication is vital.

In this fourth article on capital raising corporate advisor Dr Mark Rainbird explains how the way you communicate can make or break an offer—regardless of how good it is.

Where to go for capital? The options, the rules, the requirements for each

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.

ASSOB’s five-million-dollar resurrection a positive sign for capital seekers

The Australian Small Scale Offerings Board, the National Stock Exchange's largest capital-raising platform for showcasing unlisted companies for investors, posted a $186,000 profit for the fiscal year ended June 30, coming from a loss of $4.8 million the year previously.

Want to sell your business or raise capital? First, do you have a ‘deal...

Thinking about selling your company, buying a competitor, or maybe raising capital? According to Kenneth H. Marks, you’ll need a deal team with the right mix of talent and experiences to get the best value and to assure the transaction happens.

Australian entrepreneurs need to widen investor audience

A national survey, released last week by capital raising magazine Wholesale Investor, has highlighted the need for entrepreneurs to get their deals in front of a wide investor audience. The findings show that investors will evaluate 10 to 30 deals before deciding to invest in one.

CAPITAL RAISING CONFERENCE 2010

Are you seeking venture capital? Do you have what it takes to raise private equity? Are you familiar with the value of angel finance? The CAPITAL RAISING CONFERENCE 2010 is for entrepreneurs, innovators and business builders wanting to learn and acquire skills and tools for raising capital.

How to help your clients raise capital

Learn how you can add capital raising to your portfolio of services. This event is only for people who would like to learn how to: Raise capital for clients, earning a retainer plus a success fee of funds raised; Facilitate a client's exit, earning a retainer plus a success fee of the exit price; Help clients de-risk their business and become investor ready; Facilitate a merger or acquisition on behalf of clients.

LinkedIn helps Irish startup raise over $250,000 in 8 days

Limerick-based software startup Goshido recently completed its first round of private fundraising in only eight days. What is more impressive is that it accomplished this feat solely via the social media networking site LinkedIn.

Six things you should know before meeting with a US venture capitalist

There are many reasons to seek funding in the US, and not all of them involve preparation for entry into the American market. Solar-Gem CEO Khimji Vaghjiani, winner of last month’s Australian Innovation Shoot Out in California, presents a checklist all international entrepreneurs should consider before sitting down with US venture capitalists.

NICTA spin-off Audinate secures $4 million funding

Digital media networking solutions company Audinate (a NICTA spin-out company since 2006) has secured an additional $4 million funding round, which was led by its existing investors Starfish Ventures and Innovation Capital.

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