Here are the key startup fundraising rounds from this week:
This week appears to be an extension of last week’s events. Here are the key startup fundraising rounds from this week:
The following are the key startup fundraising rounds from this week:
With Victoria’s seven-day lockdown inevitably impacting the state’s economy, the Victorian Government has announced support packages for the businesses most affected. The ‘circuit-breaker’ lockdown has forced many businesses to shut their doors and the packages aim to minimise the damage to Victoria’s workforce. Up to 90,000 Victorian businesses affected by the restrictions that remain until… Continue reading Support packages for Victorian businesses
Australian company, VentureCrowd, announces partnership with Uniseed to support Australian research.
Australian deep tech venture firm Main Sequence has announced a $250 million fund to increase its focus on solving some of the world’s biggest issues in areas such as climate and food.
The third round of the government’s Global Innovation Linkages Program, aiming to provide funding to help Australian businesses or researchers collaborate with international partners, is now open for applications.
Snowflake, the Data Cloud platform based in the US, announced its first-ever Global Startup Challenge, with the winner receiving up to $250,000. “This competition will showcase the power of data network effects while also expanding their reach. We look forward to rewarding a top startup who both embodies and employs the Snowflake vision: To mobilise… Continue reading Snowflake announces $250,000 Global Startup Challenge
Drone autonomy company, Emesent, has announced a new investment from In-Q-Tel (IQT), the investment arm of the US intelligence agency the CIA. The strategic investment will help power Emesent’s expansion into new industries including defence, security, and emergency response. “This investment from In-Q-Tel and the strategic support it offers is a boon for our continued growth and the… Continue reading New funding for Emesent takes drone company to new heights
Many entrepreneurs secretly dream of one day listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), but the IPO process is not for the faint-hearted. Brett Kelly shares Kelly+Partners’ journey from privately-owned accounting practice to publicly listed company. Brett Kelly has never been afraid to aim high. When the 22-year-old suddenly found himself unemployed, he approached 34… Continue reading Does your business have what it takes to go public?