Brisbane’sTravello has raised $5 million from private investors to grow its app for travellers and further the development of its new SaaS marketing platform BlueTee.
At AirTree, we often get founders asking us how they can improve their sales performance and the answer always involves a deep dive into their sales funnel metrics.
Australian software company Simble Solutions has listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), having raised $7.5 million in an IPO.
Melbourne HR software company PageUp has raised a “significant” round of funding from global venture capital firm Battery Ventures.
In AirTree’s portfolio, over 70 percent of our portfolio companies are B2B and very few rely solely on self-service sales to grow their customer base.
San Francisco-based accelerator Acceleprise, focused on Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) startups, has raised US$7 million in funding for its second fund and announced its expansion to New York and Melbourne.
Auckland-based SaaS platform Thematic today announced it has raised US$1.22 million in seed funding to continue its international growth.
Dunedin’s Timely, which has created a booking software platform for beauty and wellness businesses, has raised NZ$7 million in a round led by Movac.
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.
Qwilr announced today that it has raised $1.5 million from German VC firm Point Nine. The deal marks the firm’s first investment into an Australian company.
Australia is set to welcome its first ever international B2B and SaaS conference, B2B Rocks. After three successful events in Europe, B2B Rocks will join Sydney’s Spark Festival at The Australian Technology Park at the end of this month.
Adelaide-founded, San Francisco-based startup HappyCo, which creates apps to help clients run smarter operations, has announced the closing of a US$7.5 million (around $9.8 million) Series A funding round.
Australian SaaS startup Simple has today announced a total raise of $13 million that will be used to expand the company into the US market. With more than doubling its size since the 2016 financial year- clearing 240 percent growth per annum, Simple is well on its way to gain international traction.
Auror is a software platform that helps local businesses and police work together to prevent and solve crime in real-time. The New Zealand startup helps businesses such as supermarkets, petrol stations and other high volume retailers to proactively reduce crime by aggregating information and streamlining incident reports.
Event and hospitality technology company iVvy has achieved a global win, taking out the Stevie Award in the best new product or service of the year category at the 13th Annual International Business Awards.