Four questions to ask before launching your startup

1:57AM | Tuesday, 12 January 2016 |  If your idea can be stolen and secrecy is your only advantage, it won’t last long.

The best investment VC veteran Ashton Kutcher made

1:56PM | Friday, 8 January 2016 |  The Hollywood actor and TV Host has co-founded venture capital firms A-Grade Investments and Sound Ventures.

BlueChilli launches program to help startups be “ripe and ready” for innovation statement investment surge

12:26AM | Thursday, 17 December 2015 |  Startup founders need to brace for a dip in investor interest in the first half of next year in anticipation of new taxation measures in July.

Will the government's statement deliver Australia a world class National Innovation System?

12:46AM | Wednesday, 16 December 2015 |  The challenge for the Turnbull government government will be to turnaround our National Innovation System, which has been steadily in decline for some time.

Find-Me secures $3 million in funding to help care for those with dementia

12:13PM | Tuesday, 15 December 2015 |  The cash injection will help the wearables startup to expand around Australia and look to go international.

Booodl thinks big to get $2.85 million from Westfield owner

12:20PM | Wednesday, 9 December 2015 |  Startup founders need to look for investments from large corporates instead of trying to disrupt them, Booodl co-founder George Freney says.

Equity crowdfunding revolution is “unstoppable”, OurCrowd’s Jonathan Medved says

11:28AM | Friday, 20 November 2015 |  In general it’s a good thing – it democratises this kind of funding and lets people back the next Facebook or Google.

Kounta takes on MYOB investment

6:25AM | Friday, 13 June 2014 |  Point-of-sale start-up Kounta has secured investment from accounting software giant MYOB in a partnership that will see an integrated accounting and point-of-service offering for MYOB clients.

Tradie platform hipages tools up with $6 million investment from big names

5:52PM | Wednesday, 7 May 2014 |  After operating for 10 years, Australia’s largest platform for finding tradespeople, has secured $6 million of investment.

Australian angel networks need to go slow, warns investment expert

12:14PM | Wednesday, 18 December 2013 |  The Australian investment ecosystem is maturing to a point where it needs to start asking itself serious questions, says serial entrepreneur and investor Brian Dorricott.