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Global VC bets on Australian quantum computing start-up Q-CTRL in US$15m Series A funding...

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.

Australian fintech Athena Home Loans raises a $25 million Series B funding round

Fintech start-up, Athena Home Loans, has closed a $25 million Series B raise, led by Square Peg Capital. Australia’s biggest venture capital investor and industry super fund, Hostplus, and Australian venture firm, AirTree – have also joined the round, taking the start-up’s total capital raised to date to $45 million.

This smart app has secured a $2.85 million funding round to make shopping a...

Smart local shopping app, Booodl recently secured a $2.85 million strategic investment round led by Scentre Group, to make shopping easier than ever

Beauty start-up bellabox is all smiles after securing over $3 million from Allure Media

Australia’s largest beauty subscription service bellabox recently announced that it has secured over AU$3 million in funding from digital publishing company Allure Media. bellabox plans...

School Places gets $2 million boost to help you get your kids into private...

Like many parents, you might want your kids to attend private school. But, private schools can be expensive. Really, really, wallet-breaking expensive. Ding! Game changer! School Places...

Taxi app goCatch raises $3 million more, eyes global expansion

Is it that time of the year when Aussie startups begin to feel restless and eye international markets? Last month, it was the taxi booking...
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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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