Tempus Partners has announced the establishment of ‘Tempus Fund 2’, a $40 million fund with which it will look to invest in local B2B and scalable startups.
The City of Melbourne has announced the launch of the Jiangsu-Victoria Innovation Centre, a new hub that will supported by up to $80 million in funding.
SproutX has announced the lineup of startups accepted into the SproutX Accelerator Program, the first agtech-based accelerator within Australia.
The SA government has announced an agreement between Neoen and Tesla that will see the world’s largest lithium ion battery installed a local wind farm.
Unlockd has announced the close of a AU$30.7 million Series B and a new partnership to help accelerate the business’s growth into Asia.
Intelledox has announced the closing of a $4 million, which will be used to accelerate the business’s global expansion and build out its software product.
Stockspot has announced the closing of a $3 million Series B round which will be used to help build out its digital product and expand its user base.
Wattwatchers has announced that it has closed a $2 million raise to help widen the its team, reduce product costs and expand “technology partnerships”.
The government has announced funding of $151.5 million to develop four CRC’s dealing with food, agtech and transport for research and innovation.
Through an online ecommerce platform, Yume connects food suppliers with quantities of surplus food to Australian businesses and restaurants.
Prospa has announced the closing of $25 million in funding led by AirTree Ventures, which will be used to help the business grow its technology and team.
The federal government has announced this week a $22 million fund that will support the development of telecommunications infrastructure in regional WA.
LaunchVic, the Vic Government’s $60 million startup initiative, has announced the grant recipients in its second funding round, totalling $4.9 million.
GreenSync has raised $11.5 million in a Series B funding round to facilitate further development of its technology and overseas expansion.
The Commonwealth Bank has announced the sale of its remaining stake in Visa for $439 million following a review of its capitalised software assets.