Sydney startup Hireup has come out in first place in this year’s Deloitte Tech Fast 50 list, with zipMoney and Zero Latency rounding out the top three.
:Different looks to make it easier – and cheaper – for owners to manage residential property through a fixed fee service.
Techstars Adelaide grad Dotterel Technologies, a startup developing noise reduction and audio recording tech for drones, has raised $500,000 in funding.
With consumers time-poor, the aim is for Cove to deliver “the most intuitive mobile experience of any insurer in the world”.
Australia must recognise how fast its competitors are working, and the “intensity” with which governments are supporting their startups, Crossroads warned.
For ScalaMed, the journey to helping patients manage their health simply and conveniently, on the go, starts with medication management
Auckland-based SaaS platform Thematic today announced it has raised US$1.22 million in seed funding to continue its international growth.
Recent studies show that 49% of startup founders suffer from mental health issues.
MoneyMe has raised a $120 million asset-backed securitisation facility, while business-focused lender Waddle has raised $50 million in debt funding.
Monash University has partnered with Bosch Australia to create an agtech facility in Melbourne, which will work on the creation and testing of smart farming techniques.
Jager McConnell is the CEO of Crunchbase, the leading platform used by millions of entrepreneurs and investors looking to discover innovative companies and the people behind them. Jager joined Crunchbase after it spun out from AOL, a move that was announced at TechCrunch Disrupt in 2015. Prior to joining Crunchbase, Jager spent 11 years at […]
Mentorloop has raised $725,000 in funding from venture capital firms Blackbird Ventures, Rampersand, and Tempus Partners, and a number of angel investors.
EatClub aims to help restaurants to fill their empty tables in off-peak or slower periods by helping them communicate deals to diners.
The Consumer Data Right will be rolled out sector by sector, starting in the banking, energy, and telecommunications sectors.
When it comes to mentors who have a wealth of insights to share, it’s hard to go past Marcus Segal, who Sydney entrepreneurs will get the chance to learn from as he makes his way down under for the City of Sydney’s Visiting Entrepreneur Program.