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HotDoc has raised $5 million in a Series B funding round led by Right Click Capital, with participation from existing backers including AirTree Ventures.
StartCon has partnered with Australian venture capital firm Right Click Capital to launch pitching competition Pitch for $1 million across Asia-Pacific, with the winner to be receive $1 million in funding.
Adelaide’s Myriota has raised a US$15 million eries A round led Blue Sky VC and the CSIRO’s Main Sequence Ventures, with participation from Boeing HorizonX.
Dunedin startup CodeLingo has raised NZ$540,000 ($494,000) in seed funding from Australian venture capital firms Right Click Capital and Reinventure.
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Australian venture capital firm Right Click Capital has participated in a US$3.1 million Series A round for Singapore cybersecurity startup Horangi.
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Practice Ignition has announced the close of a $5 million Series A round, with the funds to help fuel the startup’s international growth.
HealthTech startup CohortIQ has taken out the top prize in the DataStart program, an initiative launched by the Prime Minister’s Office in conjunction with Pollenizer last November. Over 200 startups applied to take part in the program, with the seven finalists given access to government data, customer discovery, and technical support across five days before pitching to the judges last night.
Australian venture capital firm Right Click Capital and global boutique merchant bank Siemer & Associates have launched a joint venture with two main focuses: assisting Asian technology companies list on the Australian Securities Exchange and helping Australian startups raise mid-to-late stage funding.
The Internet DealBook report for Q1 2015 shows that total deal value grew 41 percent in the Asia Pacific region over the last 12 months. The ‘Transactions’ sector experienced the greatest growth, though interest in Games and Hardware & Infrastructure has dropped drastically.