Raises of $2 million are more commonly associated with startups who have an idea and some validation but no real product yet, and much less revenue. So, what’s the deal with raising what is, comparatively, a small amount of money?
When we can convince our prospects as to why they should buy from us, and take them on an emotional journey to get there, we are in a far greater position to make the sale.
A chance meeting and 400% year-on-year growth has helped real estate agent comparison startup OpenAgent.com.au close a $6 million funding round.
Courier startup Zoom2u has closed an $850,000 funding round that will be used to fund its growth throughout Australia.
Are we at the dawn of an age without managers and, if so, could this be a very good thing?
Every marketer knows that content is king, but how many organisations are truly placing content at the core of their strategy?
When it comes to fostering innovation and the commercialisation of world class research, there is something the United States has that we lack.
PromisePay locks in more than $2 million in funding from the likes of 99design’s Mark Harbottle and Westpac’s Reinventure6:11PM | Thursday, 25 June 2015 | Broede Carmody
Secure payments platform PromisePay has closed a $2.59 million funding round in order to roll out new features and snap up new employees.
Melbourne-based café and coffee discovery startup Beanhunter has raised $500,000, choosing to develop long-term revenues and pursue a larger funding round at a later date.
If you want to reach your audience effectively on social media advertising is now a must.
Sydney startup Divvy Parking has closed a $2.5 million Series A round in a bid to accelerate its expansion into the commercial property sector.
South Australian startup Makers Empire has struck a deal to sell its 3D printing software to the American education market.
As part of an ongoing series on Australian founders’ experience of the 'trough of sorrow', we chatted with Maestrano co-founder Stephane Ibos about his most difficult startup moment.
During the past week, both Twitter and Bigcommerce announced CEO transitions. What does this mean?
Five Aussie startups will battle it out on Tuesday night for a share in up to $5 million in funding as part of the 2015 Big Pitch competition.
The term entrepreneur has become a buzzword in recent years. So much so, that the line between business owner and entrepreneur has become increasingly blurred.
Melbourne fintech startup Moula has raised $30 million in Series A funding in a bid to accelerate growth and improve its product offering.
The co-founder of AngelCube, Adrian Stone, is challenging 10 startups to relocate to Melbourne, and he’ll give them $10,000 for 2% equity to do it.
Charity crowdfunding platform Chuffed has raised $3 million in donations, with one million of that being donated in the last three-and-a-half months.
Tech startups have a very different set of needs to the local small business.