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.
Cyber security startup TokenOne has secured a third round of funding in order to fuel its international expansion and grow its sales and marketing team.
Cloud-based business management platform WORKetc founder Daniel Barnett says KPMG and Advance’s elevate61 program will provide much needed assistance to startups that have traction, but are looking to scale rapidly.
The co-founder of education marketplace WeTeachMe learnt a valuable lesson on last night’s episode of Shark Tank: know your numbers.
Peer-to-peer lending promises to revolutionise small business finance. But there are also risks, both for lenders and borrowers.
Applications are open for health tech pitching competition MedTech’s Got Talent, with Victorian startups encouraged to apply.
Melbourne will host a fintech meet-up this weekend aimed at giving early-stage entrepreneurs an understanding of the skills they will need to disrupt the big banks and major financial institutions.
Competition between peer-to-peer lenders is heating up in Australia as startups leap at the chance to disrupt the financial services sector.
Sam Chandler says the growing Australian ecosystem has made a night and day difference to launching a tech company, nearly a decade after he founded Nitro in May 2005.
Equity crowdfunding platform Equitise has purchased a business directory called Rabble, founded by one of New Zealand’s most prominent tech investors, which it intends to roll out in Australia.
Equity crowdfunding platform VentureCrowd has announced a partnership with investor group Sydney Angels so more startups can benefit from crowdfunding.