The MDEC has announced the development of new digital startup hubs and incentives that it hopes will attract Australian startups to Malaysia.
On-demand photography startup Snappr has announced today its expansion into the US with the opening of a San Francisco office and backing from YCombinator.
Providing businesses the ability to design their own platform with a strong focus on enabling communication, is Sydney startup Buzzy.buzz.
Global video production platform 90 Seconds has today announced the opening of new offices in Sydney and Melbourne. The expansion to Australia follows its recent funding raise of $10 million from Sequoia Capital and is part of the company’s plans to drive recruitment around the country.
From the get go, accelerator muru-D has always had a global outlook and strong international support networks. First launching in Sydney, the program has expanded into Brisbane and Singapore, and is now set to tackle the world’s biggest startup ecosystem, Silicon Valley.
Australia has always been a little out of the way from the rest of the world to make a massive global difference. But in recent years, the world has never been more open, or more accessible for the taking, for local entrepreneurs.
A more global approach to what we are doing, means that a more globally friendly domain makes sense, and that is why you are seeing yourself being directed to startupdaily.net.
To address the fragmentation of the global startup community, entrepreneurs Eli David and Roderick Warren have built a free resource – StartupBlink. This Thursday marks the launch of this interactive global map for startups, which will provide information on 60,000+ startups.
Launched two weeks ago on the Android and iOS app stores, The Pub Crawl Pages is rapidly gaining traction from young, tech savvy adventurers looking to spend a great night out. The app is the only definitive global pub crawl directory – allowing users to locate pub crawl companies in various cities around the world with updated information on pricing and features. Users also get special offers, discounts, and freebies at particular crawls by using the app.
Australia’s largest student portal, Zookal, raised AUD$600K in its latest investment round led by CFO of Gemini Israel Venture Funds, Omer Regev, and Silicon Valley’s Filtro Investments. This round brings total investment in the company to AUD$2.1 million.