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SproutX is hosting an accelerator in Melbourne for startups in the agtech space

The SproutX Accelerator will run regular workshops from its co-working space in Melbourne, however startup participants will be able to work from anywhere in Australia, ensuring they are close to their existing and potential customers.

Are you an emerging clean energy start-up? This $20 million seed fund is looking...

Artesian Venture Partners recently announced the launch of Australia’s first Clean Energy Seed Fund. The $20 million seed fund includes a $10 million cornerstone commitment from the new $1 billion Clean Energy Innovation Fund.

A crowdsourcing company raised $363,000 pre-IPO funding through crowdfunding. All hail the crowd!

Australian equity-based crowdfunding platform, VentureCrowd recently raised $363,000 in a pre-IPO funding round for the popular crowdsourcing question–and–answer micro job network, Crowd Mobile. Has the...

KPMG and Artesian set to help 1000 startups crack a smile

A new partnership between KPMG and Artesian Venture Partners is poised to offer new opportunities for collaboration between corporates and local startups. First announced 18...

TokenOne, Whispa Music and Simply Raw bid to raise funds as equity crowdfunding...

VentureCrowd, an initiative of Artesian Venture Partners, said its equity crowdfunding platform was ready for business with 200 registered investors and 36 startups pre-screened by the best Australian accelerators, incubators, angel groups and university programs. The announcement came just as a new overseas rival emerged in OurCrowd, which also opened shop in Australia last week.

VentureCrowd, or nearly democratising the angel investing game

Artesian Venture Partners, an alternative investment manager, has rolled out VentureCrowd, which will allow some but not all investors the opportunity to play angels and take an early shot at some of the nation’s most exciting startups.

Queensland funding, Artesian Venture Partners deal puts ilab on perfect orbit

ilab has scored a twin win over the past week. Queensland’s largest incubator and technology accelerator, established in 2000, won an additional two years of...
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New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...

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