Bookended by Canva’s $51 million unicorn-making round in January and Deputy’s $111 million Series B at the end of November, Australia saw venture capital investment in local startups reach $1.25 billion in 2018.
On this episode, we chat about AI with Richard Kimber, cofounder and CEO of artificial intelligence startup Daisee.
Having grown their team by 230% in the last year, Vamp’s Aaron Brooks reflects on hard lessons learned from a year of recruitment.
Soldier.ly has designed a stress intervention tool, a smartwatch app called Overwatch, that it hopes can help those suffering from stress.
Auckland edutech startup Kami has raised $1.42 million (NZ$1.5 million) in funding led by Australian venture capital firm Right Click Capital.
Australian-born email marketing software company Campaign Monitor has acquired marketing platforms Sailthru and Liveclicker and launched overarching brand CM Group.
Fresh from securing its restricted banking licence from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) last month, neobank Xinja Bank has launched its second equity crowdfunding offer.
Few countries have laws that require their cyber agencies that monitor hacking to report the criminal acts – either to third party victims or to the police.
Access to new ideas and products, better long-term prospects, and access to a wider talent pool are the top three factors pushing Australian businesses to expand overseas
Propel looks to enable participants to learn from Silicon Valley’s mindset and culture, and provide them with direct access to US venture capitalists.
Doqtorific connects hospitals with locum opportunities, for example covering for a doctor when they are sick or on leave, to verified doctors ready to work.
Launched as a crowd sourced commentary platform, Spalk’s pivot to more professional commentators and professional voice talent has allowed them to monetise a much-improved product.
Verve is a women-only fund focused on closing the gap between men and women’s super: women currently retire with an average of 47 percent less super than men.
Girl Geek Academy has developed a series of workshops to get young girls coding together with a close woman in their life, whether it be their mother, aunt, grandparent, neighbour, or friend.
Square is continuing its push beyond the market stall, today launching a software development kit (SDK) to enable businesses to process payments through their own apps.