Plenty of great Australian startups are desperate for $2-10 million in funding, but they’re underserved by investors, Starfish Ventures investment principal John Dyson says.
Blue Sky Venture Capital has closed its first deal for its new venture capital fund, securing more than $15 million in capital to invest in Australian startups.
Anti-fuel theft startup Scancam has snapped up $500,000 in seed funding in order to roll out its technology across Australia.
Snapping up seed funding requires a strong team and track record, according to the founder of Tidy Me6:04PM | Monday, 1 June 2015 | Broede Carmody
Successfully scaling an on-demand technology startup requires a strong team and taking a lean approach, according to the co-founder of a platform that snapped up $750,000 in seed funding from AirTree Ventures last week.
The opportunity to take part in River City Labs’ River Pitch competition has been extended, with applications for investment-hungry entrepreneurs now closing on Wednesday.
For the co-founder of Silicon Valley-based startup Eventbrite, raising $200 million over six years all comes down to proving to investors that you can meet and exceed expectations.
Aussie VCs to standardise their legal documents to make it easier and cheaper for startups to access seed capital5:33PM | Tuesday, 19 May 2015 | Broede Carmody
Several Australian venture capital funds have come together to standardise their legal documents and make them publicly available in order to make it easier for startups to access early-stage funding.
More than seventy developers descended on Queensland co-working space River City Labs over the weekend to take part in the Unearthed innovation challenge.
Redflow welcomes Tesla to the battery market, as investors including Graeme Wood and Simon Hackett pour in another $16 million5:20PM | Friday, 15 May 2015 | Andrew Sadauskas
Redflow has welcomed the entry of US electric car maker Tesla to the large-scale battery market, after investors poured an additional $16.1 million into the zinc-bromide module (ZBM) maker.
Online education startup Edrolo has raised $2.6 million that will be used to expand its content library to cover more subjects and year levels and increase the number of schools using its products.
Design startup Canva has raised $US6 million ($A7.7 million) in funding from existing investors, which will be used to launch its enterprise product Canva for Work.
Melbourne-based accelerator AngelCube has announced it is doubling the size of its investment and reducing the amount of equity it takes in return.
A new accelerator program is set to launch in Melbourne, looking to take Australian startups and push them into the Chinese market.
Australian parcel delivery startup Sendle has raised $1.8 million in seed funding in order to expand its customer reach.
The Australian Sports Technologies Network is giving entrepreneurs and startups in the sports tech space the opportunity to snap up $50,000 in seed funding.
Sydney-based accelerator and venture capital fund BlueChilli has launched it Melbourne office and scooped up a general manager and community manager to head-up its Victorian operations.
Less than 5% of teams that apply to an accelerator get selected. Typically funding is granted to startups that excel across at least one of the following three criteria.
Australian bitcoin exchange igot is looking to Kenya for its next stage of growth.
Federal Small Business Minister Bruce Billson is calling for suggestions for how to improve access to capital for female entrepreneurs.
Calendar marketing platform eCal has established US headquarters after receiving a $2 million capital injection from Oxygen Ventures.