As voters get ready to head to the polls, Startup Daily asked a handful of NSW startups what they’re hoping to see when it comes to innovation.
Mobile workforce management startup Skedulo has raised $40 million (US$28 million) in a Series B round led by Microsoft’s venture capital arm M12.
Founded by Justin Liang and Eric Fear in 2017, Inspace XR is creating a range of augmented and virtual reality tools for the building and architecture sectors.
Startup Daily thought the International Day of Happiness would be a good occasion to ask startup founders to reflect on what it is about their work that brings them happiness.
Sydney fintech Waddle, which provides invoice financing for small to medium enterprises (SMEs) has raised $4 million in Series A funding from Allectus Capital. With the company in 2017 securing a $50 million wholesale facility, the funding will go towards scaling Waddle across Australia and accelerating the integration of its global financial services partners. Founded… Read more »
GO1 has raised over $30 million in a Series B funding round led by M12, the venture capital arm of Microsoft, with participation from existing backers SEEK and Y Combinator.
The funding will establish a Mission Control Centre and Space Discovery Centre, both in Adelaide.
Organ-on-a-chip technology is being used to develop 3D models that allow researchers in South Australia to investigate the impact of radiotherapy on the body’s tissues.
With women making up just 22 percent of the games industry despite comprising almost 50 percent of players, Girl Geek Academy has partnered with Film Victoria to run the Games Career Incubator.
Shebah founder and CEO George McEncroe is particularly proud of the fact that 95 percent of its investors are women.
With the state election just two weeks away, NSW Labor has announced it will appoint the state’s first Chief Entrepreneur if elected.
Melbourne Accelerator Program (MAP) has partnered with impact investment firm Giant Leap to expand beyond Melbourne University.