39% of local fintechs have more than 500 paying customers, up from just 27% in 2019 72% of fintechs say the COVID-19 pandemic had a negative impact on their capital raising ability Payments, wallets and supply chain (30%) and lending (20%) are now the top two types of fintech services The Australian fintech sector… Read more »
The 2019 EY FinTech Australia Census reveals the Hayne Financial Services Royal Commission was good for the local fintech sector 42% of fintechs say relationships with existing financial institutions improved over the past year 77% of fintechs are now post-revenue and median revenue has grown 80% from 2018 Nearly half report a stronger uptake of… Read more »
Almost 70 percent of Australian fintech startups are post-revenue and 19 percent are profitable, median revenue growth across the sector up 2.25x on 2017, a report has found.
Startup hub Tank Stream Labs has announced it’s branching out west, opening a new space in Perth in partnership with EY.
Australia is a leading market globally for adoption of new financial services technologies, according to a report from Ernst & Young, with a particular focus on money transfer and payment services.
Global professional services company EY has announced the acquisition of Melbourne-based IAM software provider, Open Windows.
Connecting early stage startups to seed funding, Tank Stream Labs has launched Seed Money, a new program giving startups the chance to pitch to investors.
Professional services firm Ernst & Young has become the latest corporate to link up with a startup hub, announcing a partnership with Sydney fintech coworking space Stone and Chalk.
Just weeks after announcing a multi-year sponsorship of Sydney coworking space Tank Stream Labs, Ernst & Young has today announced that it is sponsoring Melbourne’s York Butter Factory.
There are a few mantras that Burston has integrated into the Rare Bird culture such as ‘If she can, I can’ and ‘You’ve got to see it to be it’ – but for me the stand out attitude is this concept of ‘Think Big, Ask Big’.