H2 Ventures has announced that it will be expanding its flagship H2 Accelerator program to support data and AI startups across Australia and New Zealand.
DishMe came when Bagga found himself struggling with his health due to what his doctor described as “a lethal combination of poor diet and long work hours”.
H2 Ventures has announced Australia’s first listed fintech investment company, H2Ocean to expose investors to diverse portfolios and increase funding for early stage fintech startups. H2Ocean is seeking to raise a minimum of $27 million and a maximum of $55 million to provide a permanent and stable pool of capital for long-term investment opportunities.
Receiving $100,000 in seed funding from the firm, the startups will now spend six months working out of Sydney fintech hub Stone & Chalk.