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Legal firm Lander & Rogers has partnered with Melbourne coworking community YBF Ventures to open a LawTech Hub. The space will be open to the firm’s staff and clients, and startups, with startups to be accepted for set periods through two intakes a year. Genevieve Collins, chief executive partner at Lander & Rogers, said the […]
Square has integrated its services with MYOB’s accounting solutions, completing its plan to integrate with all major accounting solutions in Australia.
Women-focused ridesharing service Shebah has launched an equity crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for expansion.
New York-based design platform InVision has acquired Australian startup Trunk for an undisclosed fee, with the Trunk team to join InVision.
The cofounder of Fleet Space Technologies says the registration of one million devices in less than 24 hours to its low-cost satellite network shows the time is right for the Internet of Things.
Australian tech leaders have joined together to develop a submission in response to the government’s controversial Telecommunication and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) Act 2018, or AA Bill.
Sydney-based venture capital fund Equity Venture Partners will be looking to invest in early-stage business-to-business (B2B) software companies.
UBank, the digital bank launched by National Australia Bank in 2008, is set to launch intelligent assistant Mia to help customers through their home loan applications.
Startup Muster has launched a public cry for help after losing government funding, with cofounder Murray Hurps explaining that replacement funding must be secured by April if the 2019 survey is to run.
A new class of visa and the establishment of the Australian Space Agency headquarters in Adelaide is generating national and global interest in an incubator program for space industry startups.
Aimed at startups in the sportstech space, the three month program will be run online, with three on-site workshops at the University of Queensland in Brisbane.
Sydney startup DingGo, which connects drivers to independent panel beaters for private repairs, has raised a round of seed funding led by strategic investor SG Fleet Group.
The City of Sydney has partnered with Investible to run a Retail Innovation Program, an accelerator program aimed at helping traditional bricks and mortar retailers get online.
After announcing its launch last November, investment bank Investec has raised $45 million to reach the first close of its Emerging Companies Fund 1.
As the finance sector deals with the fallout, fintech startups are taking note of both the lessons to be learned and the opportunities that have emerged.