Reinventure has announced the appointment of Kara Frederick as General Partner, to strengthen its ability to help Aussie fintech’s expand into the US.
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.
Free Electrons is a global accelerator program allowing startups to work collaboratively with industry on new products and services.
Canva has announced today the introduction of new productivity tools that will allow users to visualise, embed and host data.
Dexus Property Group has today announced a partnership with RocketSpace that will see the launch of a series of campuses across Australia.
Aussie Founders Network launches in Silicon Valley to support Australians building businesses overseas
The Aussie Founders Network is looking to support founders, investors, and industry advisors with the aim of building a network of Australian-founded tech companies globally with a valuation of $100 billion.
Moving to the US? You can head to Silicon Valley, or you can follow GetSwift’s route and head to the Big Apple, the undisputed epicentre of business in the US.
The first of the Government’s five global landing pads for Australian startups has officially opened for business, with a number of startups settling into the San Francisco space this week.
As Mick Liubinskas heads off to Silicon Valley, making the return trip and taking his place as entrepreneur in residence at Telstra’s muru-D accelerator program will be Ben Sand.
Perth startup BankVault has won the fintech category of the 2016 World Cup Tech Challenge in Silicon Valley. The annual competition is where innovative tech startups compete on a global stage to a range of inspiring speakers at Microsoft’s campus.
Perth startup Nuheara has raised over $500,000 on Indiegogo as it looks to bring its first product to market in time for the holiday season later this year. It comes after the startup became the first wearables company to list on the ASX in March, raising $3.5 million.
Silicon Valley group payments startup Tilt has launched in Australia following a US$67 million raise from Facebook’s founding president Sean Parker and VC firm Andreessen Horowitz.
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.
Eight months ago Melnik launched Funnel Ventures to help bring Australian entrepreneurs into the US and bridge the connections between the two startup ecosystems.