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Working to enhance their already accomplished product offering, Aussie fintech start-up Pelikin, has announced an exciting partnership with Travel By Us, a Sydney based travel insurance company for Australians.
Australia’s micro businesses across almost every industry sector have reported significant negative revenue generation for FY 2019, invoicing for 7.6% less than the previous financial year, according to research released today by Invoice2go.
With its team having been a part of movies returning profits of 220% to 439%, disruptive Australian film production company, Reel House Productions, is gearing up for its next expansion phase where it will capitalise on Hollywood's massive content supply shortage, driven by the multi-billion dollar demands of streaming giants like Netflix, Disney and Apple.
YBF Ventures is joining with Honeywell Building Technologies to develop a proptech community to shape the future of innovation in the building automation industry.
Since launching in 2016, Blys has enjoyed exponential growth, building a network of 750 vetted and highly qualified massage therapists on its platform and currently processing over AUD$3 million per annum in bookings.
Having launched 8 businesses, I’ve identified the things I think are most important for any founder to consider.
Three years, minimal staff one flagship product – that’s what it takes to have a global business in my experience.
The Lumery helps organisations with their ‘martech stack’, integrating software, data and analytics to form a complete view of the customer experience for their clients. It’s a service that has proven to be in high demand.
West Australian 4x4 protective armour business Rhinohide has announced it has reached 100 per cent of its funding target, securing $500,000 from the “crowd” on Equitise.
The financing, which brings the total funds raised by the company to over USD$158million, will be used to accelerate Culture Amp’s global expansion and the development of innovative products and offerings that enable companies to build a better world of work.
Since its founding in 2017, Q-CTRL has rapidly established itself as a global leader in the quantum computing space. In 2018 it was named as the only company outside of North America to be included in IBM's hand-picked network of startups working to advance the emerging quantum computing industry.
The funds will be used to increase Parkable’s dominance of New Zealand’s shared economy parking market, further develop its presence in Australia and China and explore new international markets.
On a mission to democratise banking and build the autonomous future of money management, Douugh is a consumer technology company that offers an AI powered financial wellness banking platform, delivered through a SaaS subscription model.
In the past two years, Startupbootcamp Australia has supported 21 startups from all over the world. Alumni from the last two programs have achieved massive success by leveraging the mentorship from the FastTracks and Programs.
DC Power Co plans to unlock the collective power of Australia’s two million solar households to create a large-scale competitor to the big energy companies’ coal fired power plants.
Local startup and baby product review site, Tell Me Baby, has completed a $5.5 million capital raise in a bid to accelerate its growth within Australia and prepare for its e-commerce launch into China
Kristen and Nadine have battled many obstacles as a startup in this country and a creative one at that, but have since proven they are two women to be reckoned with; smart, creative and fearless which has seen them raise $20 million in capital in three years.
Zipmex was co-founded by serial entrepreneur Marcus Lim, who previously co-founded online marketplace Oneflare. In 2016 Fairfax Media purchased a 35 per cent stake in Oneflare for AU$15 million.
It takes guts, determination, and a healthy dose of wild optimism to attempt building a startup of your own. It also takes years of hard work. Despite all this, 70% won’t live to see their 10th birthday.
Near, the platform that uses AI to make real-world data actionable, today announced that it has raised USD$100M (AUD$143M) in a Series D funding round.