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ASX-listed Internet of Things company Quantify Technology has completed an institutional placement to raise $5 million from existing investors.
SMBs were awarded more than 75 percent of the government’s $50 million in technology contracts since the launch of its Digital Marketplace in August 2016.
Fintech startup Douugh has closed a $2.5 million seed funding round and landed a partnership with US bank, Choice Financial.
Blue Sky Venture Capital has upped its stake in Thailand-based aCommerce, a company helping brands set up ecommerce platforms in Southeast Asia, participating in the company’s US$65 million Series B round.
The full-time gender pay gap may be “trending down”, but men still take home an average of $26,527 more than women each year, according to the latest gender equality scorecard from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency
While it may not yet be as iconic as the Opera House, Sydney’s startup ecosystem is working to climb the global rankings and become a go-to hub for local and international entrepreneurs looking to start tech businesses.
Optus has launched Yes Business, an online platform to connect SMB owners to each other for support and advice, as well as tips from experts.
Cloud accounting software provider MYOB is set to acquire the Accountants Practice Management division of competitor Reckon for $180 million in cash.
Victorian startups have raised a combined total of $790 million in funding over the last five years, according to a database compiled by LaunchVic.
Business transformation services firm Trimantium GrowthOps has listed on the ASX through a $70 million IPO, putting its value between $142 and $166 million.
Australia’s Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) has committed $150 million in debt funding to Singapore-headquartered Nexif Energy for the building of stage one the Lincoln Gap wind farm in Port Augusta, South Australia.
Located in the Old Lyric Theatre, Maker + Co is a social enterprise focused on three key pillars: coworking, innovation, and creativity.
Though the percentage of women in the company has not changed over the last year, Apple has upped the representation of groups historically underrepresented in tech in its new US hires.
National Australia Bank (NAB) has today announced it is set to hire 600 tech specialists across the areas of software engineering, data, architecture, and security.