News & Analysis
The Global Sydney Landing Pad Program will be developed and coordinated by Haymarket HQ, Australia’s only Asia-focused innovation hub, supporting businesses looking to expand and invest into Sydney.
Victorian startup Energy Locals has raised $2 million in funding from NSW renewable energy company Cape Byron Power.
ASX-listed property development company Stockland has partnered with BlueChilli to launch the Stockland Accelerator for startups working in the property technology – or proptech – space.
Education startup Ed App has raised $4 million in funding from workplace safety-focused scaleup SafetyCulture.
AgriFutures is calling for young innovators passionate about the future of Australian agriculture to apply for the evokeAG Future Young Leaders Program.
LaunchVic is set to invest $2.5 million in CivVic Labs, an accelerator program aimed at helping participants access a slice of the government procurement pie.
The RegTech Association has appointed former general manager Deborah Young as its new CEO, with Commonwealth Bank’s Jasper Poos coming on as a director.
Airtree Ventures has participated in a $2.5 million seed round for Singapore startup Transcelestial Technologies, joining investors including Wavemaker Partners, which led the round, and 500 Startups.
Melbourne platform iSport Genius has partnered with US outfit DraftKings to see its analytics power DraftKings’ new sports betting offering, Sportsbook.
Coworking community The Commons has secured a strategic investment from Melbourne-based property development group Riverlee that will help it scale its operations from three locations to 15 over the next three years.
ANZ has released ‘Wallets@ATM’, a feature allowing customers to withdraw cash from the bank’s ATM using their mobile device rather than their plastic card.
Sydney-founded recruitment startup myInterview has raised $1.6 million from a group of investors led by Entrée Capital and Cliff Rosenberg
Deloitte has acquired Melbourne company KnowledgeSpace, which provides speech analytics services, to boost its services in the conduct and compliance space.
A recent study of the habits of Australian women CEOs has revealed that the road to the top is haphazard for many female leaders.