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Zip is pouring $70 million into an Indian BNPL

- September 23, 2021 2 MIN READ

ASX-listed buy-now-pay-later Zip is ramping up its offshore presence in one of the world biggest markets, taking a US$50 million (A$70m) stake in Indian BNPL ZestMoney. The six-year-old Indian fintech is the country’s market leading BNPL, with more than 11 million registered users, more than 10,000 online merchants and  75,000-plus physical stores on its customer… Read more »

Business

Canva is leading some of the biggest names in Australian tech to help get medical supplies to India

- May 8, 2021 2 MIN READ

As the number of coronavirus in India surpassed 20 million this week, resulting in more than 220,000 deaths, a group of leading Australian tech and investment companies, led by Canva, have stepped in to launch a fundraising campaign to get much-needed medical supplies to the nation. Canva, in collaboration with SafetyCulture, Airtasker, Blackbird Ventures and… Read more »

Other tech

Patient monitoring startup Digitology Healthtech raises $900,000 after the CEO used the medtech to save his own life

- January 14, 2021 2 MIN READ

When Michael Koss landed in India last year to work on developing his joint venture Australian-Indian startup, Digitology Healthtech, little did he realise the important role the technology would play in his own health and saving his life.  Koss is CEO of Health and Patient Services (HPS), which is developing the startup with Indian healthcare… Read more »

Demand.film
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An Australian films on demand startup just cracked the world’s most prolific cinema market

- June 3, 2019 2 MIN READ

Demand.film, the Perth-based on-demand cinema startup currently trying to raise $2 million through crowdfunding, has signed a partnership deal to enter one of the world’s biggest movie markets: India.  The agreement with Indian-based VKAAO takes Demand into its eighth market and the alliance adds a range of Indian films, from exclusive titles to classics, to… Read more »

40K
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Atlassian awards $250,000 grant to Aussie edutech startup 40K Foundation

- October 17, 2016 3 MIN READ

Australian edutech startup 40K Foundation has today announced it has received $250,000 in investment from Atlassian Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the tech giant. 40K Foundation was selected from over 100 international non-profits and is one of four startups receiving an accelerator grant and technical support from Atlassian.