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Student marketplace and payments app, QPay, has secured a $1 million cash injection after funding from the Sydney Angels Sidecar Fund 2 was supplemented by a $380,000 combined investment by Steve Baxter and Naomi Simpson in exchange for 8.4 per cent of the firm’s equity during the recent episode of Shark Tank.
The app also provides transparent, real-time information of the construction management processes, hazards and risks, allowing teams on-site to make better, more informed decisions that enable the project to run more efficiently and safely.
We believe that Sidecar Fund 2 will similarly provide investors with opportunities to support promising Australian startups as they scale innovative ideas into businesses of great value.
Securing $110,000 in capital from the Sydney Angels investor group, Elanation proved a popular venture with a further 14 Australian investors backing the budding start-up. A Series A round is now planned for 2017.
Quizling launches after inking deals with five major Australian institutes and raising $300,000 from...
Ed-tech start-up Quizling has officially launched after securing partnership deals with five big Aussie institutes and raising $300,000 from Sydney Angels
Sydney Angels backed event-led start-up, Venuemob, has launched into Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and the Gold Coast adding to its existing presence in Sydney and Melbourne.
Sydney-based transportation booking platform, Jayride recently officially launched in the US, powered by a successful $1.5 million capital raise earlier this year in January. Backed by...
Aussie event-meets-tech start-up, Venuemob, recently announced additional funding from investment group Sydney Angels, raising $530,000 in this second round of raising capital. This comes after...
Australian technology business incubator ATP Innovations took top honours at the NBIA awards held in New Orleans, Louisiana last month, winning the prestigious 2014...
The Sydney taxi startup roped in Pacific Venture Advisors, run by Australia’s Vikram Mehta but headquartered in San Francisco, who is seen guiding ingogo’s expansion, particularly into the U.S. market, besides bringing access to further capital.
The Best Day might just have lived up to its name – for angel investors and a venture firm backing the Sydney startup, as much as for founder Whitney Komor. Actually, make it The Best Days for Komor. She had not one but two best days on the trot when she wowed investors.
Our guess is there’s a whole lot of ‘Booyah!’ heard in the vicinity of Tapit Media’s Sydney offices right about now. The start-up, which specialises in new Near Field Communication (NFC), recently closed its seed funding round a diddy 22 days after pitching to Sydney Angels. So what is it about Tapit that makes investors part with their moola at breakneck speed?
Private Sydney-based angel group AngelLoft has launched an Entrepreneur in Residence Program to help grow new ventures and secure funding. In addition to place to a bunker-down and hang a shingle, participants score a seat at AngelLoft dinners, where they can shoot the breeze with the group’s high-powered business types.