Yesterday afternoon, crowdsourced security testing startup Bugcrowd announced in a blog post that it had closed a $6 million Series A round of funding. This brings the total amount of funds raised to date to $9 million since the company was founded in 2012.
Sydney based startup LegalVision announced this morning it has just finalised a Series A round of funding to the amount of $1.2 million.
There are a few mantras that Burston has integrated into the Rare Bird culture such as ‘If she can, I can’ and ‘You’ve got to see it to be it’ – but for me the stand out attitude is this concept of ‘Think Big, Ask Big’.
Crowd Mobile, a global crowdsourced micro-job business, has raised $2 million in its latest funding round and acquired UK text and answer service Any Questions Answered.
Currently WeTransfer claims to have over 25 million users that share over 3 million files each day. The startup has also been completely profitable since 2013.
It looks like in 2015 that the growth of DesignCrowd is going to accelerate even further and faster with an announcement that the company has closed a further $6 million in Series B funding today.
Crowdsourced news distribution startup and ASX Listed company Newzulu, founded by Australian entrepreneurs Alexander Hartman and Peter Scarf announced this morning it has closed a $11.5 million funding round.
The Asian startup ecosystem is set for a huge boost, with Alibaba Group announcing that it is launch a not-for-profit foundation to support Hong Kong startups.
Startup Chile has launched a new venture funding program called Startup Chile SCALE to help startups graduating from its program get investment – and convince them to stay in the country.
Previously named QANDA Technologies, this is the first funding round since the business changed it’s name to Collaborate Corporation late last year.