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Following the successful growth of fintech PayBox in Israel, the next evolution localised for Australia, PayK is now available for download.
Follow[the]Seed invests in digital business card startup Haystack’s $1.7m seed round – here comes...
Follow[the]Seed announced today its investment in Haystack - An Aussie-Israeli Team who disrupted the traditional business cards industry and created a smart and stylish digital business card with a seamless experience that is replacing the use of paper cards.
The Venturer program will build skills and character traits that are fundamental to entrepreneurialism, such as resilience, problem-solving, resourcefulness, risk management, creative thinking and leadership.
The annual list includes three Australian companies, Prospa, Tyro and Society One, among the leading 50 Established fintech companies across the globe, as well as five entrants in the most intriguing 50 ‘Emerging Stars’
Startup Victoria’s Female Founders Committee has launched “Ignite” - open to all Victorian female tech start-up founders who want a great business mentor
It’s looking to be a watershed year for Magic Leap’s Mixed Reality LightfieldTM tech and Wellington’s Weta Workshop is playing a pivotal creative role
Aussie investors will be able to invest in the best Israeli start-ups under a new deal by equity crowdfunding platform VentureCrowd and Kentgrove Capital
Logistics disruptor Premonition is the first to be funded by new seed capital fund Rimon Investments backed by investors in Australia, South Africa & Israel
Entrepreneur Peter Byrne brought the popular invention Trolley Bags to Australia, it is now reaching more people through Facebook videos than McDonalds.
Nominations are open for inclusion in the ‘Fintech 100’ list, which will recognise leading fintech innovators from around the world
Unique data-driven VC fund Follow[the]Seed will offer $50 million in second-stage funding to Australian start-ups seeking to raise $500,000 to $2 million
PwC’s The World in 2050 report predicts that the Australian economy will drop from its current rank of 19 to 29 by the middle...
Launching in early 2015 – just in time before you drop that New Year resolution to get fit and healthy, fitness start-up Classhopper has...
Israeli designer, Izhar Gafni cycles as a hobby. While buying parts for his bike, he heard about someone who had built a canoe out of cardboard. At that was it. The idea was in his head. He wanted to build a bike out of cardboard. So, he did.
Leading Australian business strategist, commentator and author Kerwin Rae believes the ‘incubator’ craze gathering momentum in Australia could stem the flow of local talent leaving our shores. Meanwhile, the federal government is becoming increasingly aware that they must do something or we face economic collapse within our economy as SMEs make up such a huge portion of GDP. If SMEs fail, we fail.
Better Place, an ambitious, venture capital backed company, is building electric car infrastructures targeting major cities around the world. The idea is simple yet constitutes a radical departure from conventional wisdom – instead of stretching the technological limits of a battery’s life, Better Place is constructing a network of battery swap stations that will allow electric cars to replace its depleted battery for a new one in less than 60 seconds.