Tim Dean, Credi’s founder Credi, the Perth-based loan management platform that formalises loans between friends and family, aka the ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’, is looking for $1 million to expand internationally and ramp up its marketing after processing more than $100 million of transactions in the past two years. Tim Dean, Credi’s founder, saying… Read more »
Booktopia CEO and co-founder Tony Nash Online bookseller Booktopia wanted to raise $10 million from an equity crowdfund Despite having nearly 2 million customers, just 850 people invested, raising less than 9% of the target The Sydney-based retailer is now talking to private investors Leading Australian book retailer Booktopia has walked away from its… Read more »
When your family’s been on the land for 60 years, it’s doesn’t sound like startup territory, but farmers now all about disruption and the need to pivot a business. Dairy farming has changed dramatically in the past two decades since the biggest disruption of all, deregulation, arrived in 2000. Since then, Queensland has lost over… Read more »
Perth-based Demand.film is hoping its 110,000-strong customer base will put their money where their eyeballs are, launching a seven-figure equity raise via crowdfunding. The on-demand cinema startup, which has a catalogue of hundreds of films, predominantly documentaries alongside Australian classics such as Mad Max and Crocodile Dundee, offers crowdsourced, single event-screenings in… Read more »
Goodments, an investment app that matches people to shares and funds based on environmental, social and ethical values has launched a retail crowdfunding raise on the Equitise platform. The goal is to raise up to $500,000 with shares available from $200.
Shebah founder and CEO George McEncroe is particularly proud of the fact that 95 percent of its investors are women.
Women-focused ridesharing service Shebah has launched an equity crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for expansion.
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.
“Equity crowdfunding is a way of getting started”: New Zealand’s Snowball Effect on the growth of crowdfunding
Snowball Effect launched to make it easier for investors to directly invest into companies after observing how difficult it could be in New Zealand.
One of the latest businesses to raise via crowdfunding is Australian esports club ORDER, which this month raised over $360,000 through Birchal.
Proprietary companies will now be able to bring on investment via equity crowdfunding, with Parliament this week passing the long-awaited amendments to its crowdfunding legislation.
With a day to go until its offer closes, digital-only bank Xinja has raised $2 million through equity crowdfunding platform Equitise.
Fintech Pelikin is creating a digital-only bank to help consumers spend and manage their money on the go
The idea for it digital-only startup bank Pelikin came from founder Sam Brown’s experiences with personal banking in while Australia and overseas.
miRunners addresses the upfront and ongoing costs of ownership by turning the buying of a horse into what is effectively a crowdfunding campaign of sorts.
After years of lobbying from the startup sector, retail – or mum and dad – investors now have access to equity crowdfunding opportunities through the seven intermediaries this week granted licenses by ASIC.