Ben sits down with Gina to talk about what it was like to start a business within the dial-up era as well as the relationship between investors and founders
Tempus Partners has announced the establishment of ‘Tempus Fund 2’, a $40 million fund with which it will look to invest in local B2B and scalable startups.
Galileo Ventures, is looking to raise $20 million to support startups founded by students at Australian and New Zealand universities.
Trend Micro has announced the launch of a $100 million corporate venture fund designed to support emerging tech markets, with IoT one of the key focuses.
Sydney fintech Simply Wall St has raised $2.4 million in funding from its user base, which has now grown to 100,000 users across five global markets.
AirTree Ventures has announced that Anil Sabharwal, current Vice President of Product at Google in the US, will be joining the VC firm as a venture partner.
Western Australian security monitoring startup iCentana raises $8 million for further international expansion
iCetana has announced the raising of a $8 million funding round which will be used to build out the startup’s detection system and expand worldwide.
Reinventure has announced the appointment of Kara Frederick as General Partner, to strengthen its ability to help Aussie fintech’s expand into the US.
National Australia Bank has led a US$24 million Series B round (approximately $31 million) in San Francisco-based foreign exchange payments company Veem through its VC fund, NAB Ventures.
The MDEC has announced the development of new digital startup hubs and incentives that it hopes will attract Australian startups to Malaysia.
Employment Hero has announced a partnership with ANZ that will see its HR technology rolled out to ANZ’s small business customers.
Westpac-backed VC fund Reinventure has today announced its seed investment in Melbourne-based payment middleware platform Doshii.
Textbook Ventures, a fund run by students at UNSW, wants to empower student associates with the ability to invest in student-run companies.
Although there were varying opinions on the open-sourced legal document templates created by Australian VCs, most lawyers agreed that the terms presented in the templates are more appealing to investors than startup founders, and that startup founders should seek legal advice and negotiate important amendments.