Atlassian boss Mike Cannon-Brookes had a nice little earner when SME payments fintech Tyro listed on the ASX at noon today. The shares soared in the first hour of trade from a listing price of $2.75 to $3.51, a 20% gain on paper for the company’s tightly held register of shareholders. By mid afternoon, the… Read more »
With its shares last valued at $2.92 on January 22 before suspension, GetSwift is currently trading at $1.24 after a market update.
CropLogic has released its prospectus ahead of its proposed ASX listing, as the business looks to raise up to $8 million with shares at $0.20 each.
Sydney-based human resources software company Elmo has released its prospectus ahead of a proposed ASX listing on June 29, looking to raise $25 million by floating 12.5 million shares at $2 a piece.
The Commonwealth Bank has announced the sale of its remaining stake in Visa for $439 million following a review of its capitalised software assets.
After much speculation, online electronics retailer Kogan has today announced its Initial Public Offering, with new shares to released at an offer price of $1.80 per share as it looks to raise $50 million. The funds will be used for growth capital, with investment in new products and categories and marketing.
Customer experience startup Flamingo acquired by ASX-listed Cre8tek for estimated $10.7 million in shares
It was announced yesterday that customer experience focused startup Flamingo, founded by high-profile entrepreneur Dr Catriona Wallace, was acquired by ASX listed technology and software development company Cre8tek.
Zero to one: RocketClub helps early-stage startups accelerate user growth by distributing shares to early adopters
Over the last decade, all forms of crowdfunding – donations-based, rewards-based, debt-based or equity-based – have been embraced by early-stage startups that take extraordinary risks bringing new products to unproven markets. What we have rarely seen, however, is startups offering shares to early adopters of a product, or more specifically, startups offering shares to accelerate user adoption. This is what RocketClub, a startup headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, facilitates.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has released a set of standard document templates to help startups establish and operate an Employee Share Scheme following amendments to the regulation of the scheme passed by the Senate last week.
Yes, I know. You are a start-up. You have limited resources and a difficult cash flow forecast – but could really use some help. We spoke about interns a while back, now we are going to look a bit deeper into other ways you might think about to supplement the limited funds you have to hand to get the right person helping you out.