startup

Drop the hyphen. It’s startup.

by 2 days ago.

Despite objections from the startup community, many established and reputable media outlets and public relations representatives in Australia are still spelling startup as ‘Start-Up’ or ‘Start Up’. It may not seem like a big deal, but it’s 2015 and it’s no longer okay to insert a hyphen or a space in between ‘start’ and ‘up’.

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Jeremy Liddle

CapitalPitch is a new equity investment platform for startups looking to raise a Series A, but it also has an education element

by 2 days ago.

Australian founders have long expressed a longing for an investment environment that supports startups throughout the entirety of their lifecycle. Seed capital and Series A funds are now easier to raise compared to five years ago, however only a small percentage of startups make it to Series A.

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02. Pic of founding team

Lodgify just raised €600,000 in seed funding. What made Australian investors support this European startup?

by 2 days ago.

It was announced yesterday that Lodgify, a startup that allows users to create their own vacation rental sites closed a €600,000 (AU$844,646) seed round led by angel investor Chris Hitchen, who also happens to be a venture partner at Square Peg Capital’s office in Germany, as well as Howzat Partners and Venrex Investment Management.

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