Adelaide start-up Incriptus sets sights on $1.5m funding round

9:47PM | Tuesday, 27 September 2011 |  An Adelaide-based tech start-up is looking to raise a further $1.5 million in funding to help it crack the US market after sealing $750,000 in backing.

Start-ups facing “warzone” investor environment

9:27PM | Friday, 23 September 2011 |  Start-ups seeking major investment are facing “warzone” conditions, with the situation potentially set to worsen due to the European debt crisis, a leading venture capital partner has warned.

Jellema start-up ZeroMail gets Citrix backing

9:19PM | Friday, 23 September 2011 |  Bart Jellema, one of Australia’s leading tech entrepreneurs, has gained access to up to $400,000 in funding after his start-up was accepted into the multinational Citrix Startup Accelerator.

Twitter swoops for social analytics start-up Julpan

9:21PM | Thursday, 22 September 2011 |  An Australian educated entrepreneur has sold his tech company, Julpan, to Twitter.

I am starting a green tech business but have little experience in the sector. Will investors care?

9:11PM | Wednesday, 21 September 2011 |  You have identified a critical issue for investors – do they back the jockey or the horse?

Innovation Bay looks to add to $10m in start-up investments

9:25PM | Thursday, 15 September 2011 |  Start-up networking group Innovation Bay is calling for entries for its next Angel Dinner, having claimed to have helped raise more than $10 million for early-stage ventures since launching. to link start-ups to international investors

9:00AM | Thursday, 15 September 2011 |  Gust, a global angel investing platform for start-ups, has launched with the promise to link entrepreneurs to potential investors around the world.

Weinman takes stake in ad agency Encyclomedia

9:03PM | Tuesday, 13 September 2011 |  Serial entrepreneur Philip Weinman has made his latest investment, taking a stake in global creative advertising agency Encyclomedia Networks.

Pie in the sky

9:46PM | Tuesday, 13 September 2011 |  Pie Face co-founder Wayne Homschek admits that, until relatively recently, he had doubts over whether the business would make it. He explains how the company is now set for an IPO next year that will value the company at $100 million.

AngelCube chooses first four start-ups for new incubator

9:00AM | Tuesday, 13 September 2011 |  AngelCube, the new incubator for Melbourne-based start-ups, has unveiled the first four ventures to each receive $20,000 in seed capital.