Melbourne-based medical management startup HotDoc has raised $2.2 million from a series A funding round, with AirTree Ventures being the lead investor.
Australian business-to-business white label digital music provider Tuned Global has scored a $5.1 million investment from venture capital firm Exto Partners.
Perth-based startup APE Mobile has raised $2 million to develop and scale its paperless construction site management app.
UK-based point-of-payment ratings system truRating has launched in Australia, as CEO and founder Georgina Nelson says the sector is “ripe for disruption”.
Donald Trump is one of the few American presidential candidates not using Stripe, according to the startup’s co-founder John Collison.
Smartbit is a platform-as-a-service which makes it easier for startups and businesses to build and scale products that integrate with bitcoin.
Australia parcel delivery startup Sendle has teamed up with Asia-Pacific transport and logistic provider Toll to help small businesses get things delivered quickly and cheaply.
Economists have long proposed that the solution to our inability to look after ourselves is to use commitment devices.
Two young entrepreneurs are launching an unlimited coffee subscription service in Canberra, as a similar startup in Melbourne shuts down operations.
Energy efficiency startup WattBlock has launched a new project in partnership with the City of Sydney which aims to drive down carbon emissions and reduce costs in the city’s residential apartment buildings.
Use Our Place is a community marketplace connecting owners of unique spaces and people who are looking to put on an event.
A $1 lemonade icy pole led two young entrepreneurs to create an app that allows users to send people a “thanks” along with a small donation to their charity of choice.
After launching two weeks ago, social networking site Gamurs has attracted more than 6000 users.
After struggling to find the perfect present for his mother’s birthday, Michael Goudas came up with an idea to help others faced with the same predicament.
Flexible work options have become an important tool for startups wishing to attract high quality candidates, and retain them over the long term.
A Melbourne-based artist has created a startup he thinks can ensure musicians are paid properly for their performances, and punters get a different gig experience.
A Sydney startup has come up with a way to use technology to stop your pet from barking up the wrong tree once and for all.
A Melbourne startup is offering to take care of an annoying but necessary task so you can focus on the more important things.
An Aussie startup is looking to capitalise on the tradition of cracking open a cold beer at work to kick off the weekend.
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