Domenic Carosa


Top 10 start-up entrepreneurs to watch

1:32PM | Tuesday, 3 January 2012 |  We present the top 10 fledgling entrepreneurs and start-up industry players who caught our eye in 2011. BY MICHELLE HAMMOND.

Sean Parker hits out over “ridiculously overfunded” start-ups

11:47PM | Wednesday, 16 November 2011 |  Tech entrepreneur Sean Parker has hit out at US investors by labeling small start-ups as “ridiculously overfunded”.

Leonardo DiCaprio joins celebrity tech start-up investors

10:28PM | Wednesday, 26 October 2011 |  Celebrities look set to continue to invest in tech start-ups as the industry enters a second dotcom boom, after Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio invested in Israeli start-up Mobli.

Carosa unveils latest investments, laments unrealistic start-ups

8:29PM | Thursday, 11 August 2011 |  Serial entrepreneur Domenic Carosa has claimed that Australian start-ups have an unrealistic view of their valuations after announcing investment in three new internet companies.

Carosa ponders dual listing for Future Capital

7:38PM | Tuesday, 12 July 2011 |  Serial entrepreneur Domenic Carosa says he’s considering a dual listing in Australia and the United States or the United Kingdom.

Carosa takes the wheel with DriveMyCarRentals

5:00AM | Friday, 13 May 2011 |  Australian venture accelerator Future Capital Development Fund has acquired a minority stake in tech start-up, raising the possibility of taking the company global.

Carosa cashes in on

3:00AM | Thursday, 3 March 2011 |  Australian venture accelerator Future Capital Development Fund has invested in Melbourne-based online service provider for an undisclosed sum.

How to lure a start-up investor in 2011

12:11PM | Friday, 17 December 2010 |  With business lending still not an option for many banks and financiers, the demand for private capital from angel investors will be high in 2011.

Carosa’s Future Capital takes stake in online start-ups

12:00AM | Thursday, 16 December 2010 |  Domenic Carosa’s Future Capital Development Fund has invested in two online start-ups - a memorial site for people and pets and an event registration and ticketing platform.