News & Analysis
Dunedin’s Timely, which has created a booking software platform for beauty and wellness businesses, has raised NZ$7 million in a round led by Movac.
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.
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.
RMIT University is set to roll out new coding courses taught through Apple’s App Development with Swift curriculum, the first Australian institution to do so.
The NSW Government has launched the Tech Savvy Elders Roadshow, offering Aboriginal seniors across regional NSW the opportunity to develop their digital literacy.
Telstra is set to compensate 42,000 customers who paid for “speed boosts” on its NBN plans after the ACCC found it couldn’t hit top advertised speeds.
ANZ has announced the appointment of Ron Spector as its managing director of New Business, Emerging Technology and Ventures.
ASIC has announced a deal with the China Securities Regulatory Commission to promote innovation in financial services in their respective markets.
Australian VC Square Peg Capital has led a US$7 million ($9.1 million) raise for Malaysia-based on-demand services startup Kaodim Group.
Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate said the Mobike bikes will be rolled out strategically in time for the 2018 Commonwealth Games
Australian venture capital firm Right Click Capital has participated in a US$3.1 million Series A round for Singapore cybersecurity startup Horangi.
Barayamal, the first Australian accelerator for Indigenous entrepreneurs, has launched a partnership with coworking community Fishburners.
Australian fintech startups are seeing median revenues of $95,000 a month, up from a median of $30,000 a month last year, the 2017 Fintech Australia census has found.
Startup advocacy body StartupAUS has added four names to its board as it looks to “build a world-class startup sector” in Australia ahead of the launch of its 2017 Crossroads report next month.