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Tech-focused legal start-up, LegalVision, has attracted a premier law firm, Gilbert + Tobin, as a strategic investment partner in its latest funding round

Mad Paws aka the "Airbnb for pets" and Australia’s largest & fastest growing marketplace for pet services has raised $1.1 million in an oversubscribed round

Australian start-up Market Engine has secured a multi‐million dollar investment by Royal Mail, the UK’s designated Universal Postal Service Provider

A few months ago, Steve Baxter, made a $70,000 investment in Those Girls, a beverage start-up, on Shark Tank. Here is what they have been up to since then

Melbourne based energy management tech start-up carbonTRACK has secured a further AUD$2 million valuing it at AUD$23 million, and plans to further expand

Over 400,000 small businesses in Australia are in need of cash flow finance and eBroker is looking to help them find unsecured business loans easier

Aussie online SMB lender, Prospa has secured a $60 million Series B round led by Carlyle Group, Ironbridge Capital, Entrée Capital & Airtree Ventures

Aussie fintech start-up, MoneyBrilliant recently announced that it is ramping up its financial services, with recent investment from AMP of $1.5 million

Shippit is changing how Australian online retailers ship parcels to anxious customers fueled by $500,000 seed funding in June led by Les Szekely of Equity Venture Partners

Australian fertility pioneer, Genea has raised $30m from sophisticated investors including its first institutional investor, in an oversubscribed 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

Australia's alternative finance industry has lately been flooded with inexperienced entrants. Here's what to look out for and how to avoid the wrong lender

It's fair to say not too many Australian SMEs keep their bank manager high on their Christmas card list. Reasonable or not, banks are often seen as not giving a fair go to the average Aussie start-up. What other options do they have?

Formerly an orthopaedic and sports rehabilitation physiotherapist, Leonie Henzell launched Bockers & Pony in April 2004. She shares her top eight tips for starting a business.

A group of five high net worth Australian investors, which includes the CEOs of Goldman Sachs and Godfreys, have invested $2 million in WHIZZ cleaning app’s Series B financing round.

Australian small businesses may be treating the tax office like a bank - but it's a stop-gap measure, warns national SME funder, Scottish Pacific.

UK-based point-of-payment rating system, truRating recently announced plans to launch in Australia to bring its solution to the Australian consumer analytics market, which it believes is ripe for disruption.

Fitness platform KFit has raised US$3.25 million in its latest funding round. It is in 13 markets across Asia Pacific and is aiming to be in every major city in the region within the next 18 months.

Australian plant hire search platform iSeekplant has raised $1 million to capitalise on the growing online demand from some of the world’s largest construction and mining companies.

Brisbane-based training software startup, GO1, recently inked a US$1 million investment deal with Queensland business leader, Steve Baxter and Sydney venture capital fund, Tank Stream Ventures.




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