Bookended by Canva’s $51 million unicorn-making round in January and Deputy’s $111 million Series B at the end of November, Australia saw venture capital investment in local startups reach $1.25 billion in 2018.
Digital transformation and trust among the biggest fears keeping Australian business leaders up at night
Digital transformation and innovation and disruption are the two big fears keeping Australian business leaders up at night, a survey has found.
With startup founders working an average of 64 hours a week and the majority drawing a smaller salary than in their previous role, 96 percent report feeling stressed.
KPMG Australia, the Commonwealth Bank, and Microsoft have partnered to launch Wiise, a platform providing cloud-based business management software aimed at the small to medium enterprise (SME) market.
Northern NSW startup Nuonic has today announced it has received strategic investment from, and launched an alliance with, KPMG Australia.
KPMG Australia’s High Growth Ventures practice has partnered with Taronga Ventures to develop opportunities for Taronga’s RealTech Venture Fund.
Innovation network Advance and KPMG Australia have named the startups taking part in this year’s elevate61 accelerator program, designed to help participants fast track their growth into the US.
Perth software startup Sentient Computing takes out top prize at the first KPMG Energise accelerator
Perth software company Sentient Computing was last night named the winner of the first KPMG Energise accelerator program, taking out the $100,000 prize thanks to its new MVX product, which uses data to create interactive 3D environments.
Advance and KPMG Australia have announced the eight startups taking part in their elevate61 accelerator program, designed to help high performing Australian companies fast track their growth and expand globally.