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”.
Fintech investment firm H2 Ventures has announced that it will be running its second Sydney Startup Weekend next week at WeWork’s space in Pyrmont.
The UK DIT is partnering with the ACC to send five Aussie fintech startups to the UK to participate in the inaugural British Australian Fintech Forum.
The Government will provide H2 Ventures with a loan guarantee of $2 million to enable it to access a $4 million loan from existing backer Investec Australia.
Sydney Fintech: Startup Weekend will be held in Sydney and was entirely organised by volunteers who are leaders within the fintech community. It will be a great place to network and increase the chances of a startup receiving funding.
Edstart allows parents to receive a loan for their child’s school fees, which they can pay back over a period of up to 10 years.
Sydney home loan marketplace HashChing reaches milestone of $1 billion in loans negotiated through its platform
Sydney’s home loan marketplace, HashChing has reached a $1 billion loan milestone as the fintech space builds momentum. The announcement was made at yesterday’s H2 Venture Fintech Expo that saw a range of fintech startups graduating from the accelerator program.
Receiving $100,000 in seed funding from the firm, the startups will now spend six months working out of Sydney fintech hub Stone & Chalk.
The Australian fintech space is going from strength to strength, with bank Investec Australia today announcing its acquisition of a stake in fintech-focused investment firm H2 Ventures. The value of the acquisition was not disclosed.
Seven Aussie startups identified as rising stars in global FinTech100 report while Sydney is named a key FinTech hub
The world’s leading fintech innovators were announced in this year’s Fintech 100 report, unveiled by KPMG and H2 Ventures at Sydney fintech hub Stone and Chalk yesterday. This year’s list was split into two categories, celebrating 50 established startups and 50 emerging stars, with Australian startups including Avoka, Equitise, and Moula making the list of emerging stars, while SocietyOne and Prospa named as established innovators.
H2 Ventures and KPMG call for established and emerging startups to nominate for the FinTech 100 list
Australian FinTech-focused investment firm H2 Ventures and KPMG are calling on local FinTech startups to nominate themselves for the global FinTech 100 list, which will celebrate 50 established startups and 50 ’emerging stars’, or undiscovered companies.
Stockspot has been one of Heap brothers’ flagship investments, one that has seen steady growth since it first launched into the Australian market.