Sydney fintech startup Neu.Capital is one of the first global marketplaces for established mid-market companies to source alternative capital. The startup opens these companies to a wide range of investment offers from both Australian and overseas investors.
Sydney startup buybye is an ecommerce app that provides customers with an online social shopping store, creating a new shopping experience where retailers are all in the one place
Fire Station 101 has opened as the new innovation hub in Ipswich. Formerly known as the Ipswich Fire Station the new hub will provide entrepreneurs with connections, tools and mentoring to help build the digital startup community in the regional area.
Sydney startup AbilityMate harnesses 3D printing technology to make personalised devices for people with a disability. These devices are open source and disrupt the assistive technology space by removing supply chains
Inspiring Rare Birds has announced the launch of its first conference, on Australian entrepreneurs doing business with the world. Announced as part of Sydney’s Vivid Ideas festival, the conference will draw together entrepreneurs and leaders across industry, government, and academia to discuss how women are doing business globally.
Sydney fintech startup Equitise, which opens up equity crowdfunding investment opportunities to both the Australian and New Zealand startup ecosystems, is raising NZ$2 million for Australian compression sportswear company SKINS as part of a larger $8 million round to be raised in conjunction with UK platform Seedrs.
Queensland startup CryptoPhoto aims to prevent these imposters from taking important personal information and data through their secure login security system.
Redbubble, the online marketplace for creatives, has released its half year financial performance and confirmed its intention to raise $50 million through an ASX listing in June.
San Francisco startup Particle develops those very products using sensors and actuators to that connect any device to the internet. The startup makes tools and web developer kits enabling people to build their own physical prototypes and connect their own hardware to the internet.
Australian startups The First Thread and Shippit.com have today announced a partnership deal that aims to improve the way consumers shop online. The collaboration will enable fashion platform The First Thread to deliver pieces from Australian designers directly to consumers wardrobe in a three-hour window thanks to Shippit’s courier service.
Melbourne startup Results Only Work Environment (ROWE) is re-shaping the traditional 9-5 work week with an emphasis on results over hours.
Melbourne startup iBuildNew is an online portal where home buyers can source and compare thousands of home designs. It allows consumers to search a range of designs and builders and then compare the metrics of the home including the price, size, dimensions and additional designs.
Sydney healthtech startup Hit 100 is set to launch in Australia to tackle the nation’s growing diabetes epidemic through a specialised home-delivery service of tailor-made meals.
Kudzus is a platform that allowing people to follow SaaS startups and open up a communication portal between the employers and the people working, or wanting to work, in the industry.