Australia’s BlueChilli has partnered with Singapore-founded venture capital firm Hatcher+ in a deal that will see US$125 million ($162 million) invested in up to 240 startups identified by BlueChilli over the next three years.
Alan Jones, advisor at BlueChilli and prolific angel investor, has joined KPMG Australia’s High Growth Ventures practice, taking up the role of Entrepreneur in Residence.
Writally simply asks wannabe bloggers what kind of post they are looking to write and then delivers them a step by step recipe to help them actually write it.
Moneysoft has partnered with Mortgage Choice to produce a financial planning tool for its network of advisers through its cashflow coaching service.
Through two online platforms, MySail helps racing yacht owners manage their crew, from the point of hiring to all the organisational facets of scheduling.
BlueChilli has announced the appointment of Johanna Pitman as program director of CityConnect, a new accelerator program focused on smart city solutions.
The BenchOn marketplace helps businesses match idle staff to short term contracts from reputable companies and government agencies in need of talent.
After a bootcamp and input from the public through an open voting process, the 10 women-led startups taking part in the first SheStarts accelerator program have been revealed.
To explore the path forward, MYOB has partnered with Startup Daily to host a panel on women in tech at the Michael Crouch Innovation Centre at the University of NSW on November 24.
Perhaps most easily described as a kind of Canva for video, Brisbane’s Folktale is an app that “puts the power of a film director in your pocket”.
Social Qs, a team looking to help men understand and develop empathy for the lived experiences of women in the workplace through VR and gamification, took out first prize at the Australian leg of the LadyProblems hackathon over the weekend.
Sydney office space management startup SpaceConnect has today announced a raise of $400,000 following its graduation from BlueChilli’s startup accelerator program [email protected] The seed funding will allow the startup to drive growth across its Australian corporate customer base.
BlueChilli has officially launched SheStarts, its accelerator program for female founders. Ten women will be selected to take part in the six month program, set to run from January next year, with each to receive $100,000 in pre-seed funding.
Brisbane startup Therapair is an online booking service connecting people with massage therapists on the Gold Coast. The startup takes professional photos and videos of each of its therapists to create a visual representation of the look, feel and type of service each is offering.
BlueChilli has announced it will be hosting the Australian leg of the Lady Problems hackathon this October, an initiative launched by AngelHack addressing the problems that prevent female entrepreneurship.