Heavy hitters from the tech, hospitality and entertainment industry also participated in the round, including US based Australian NBA-star Patty Mills of the San Antonio Spurs, internationally acclaimed electronic dance artists Rüfüs Du Sol and Shark Tank’s Andrew Banks.
Australian e-commerce technology platform Marketplacer has become the latest homegrown startup to secure funding from Woolworths Group’s venture capital arm W23’s investment will help Marketplacer, whose technology is used by the likes of Myer, SurfStitch, Nokia and Providoor – enhance its platform and grow into new markets.
Businesses pay a high price to collect missing funds, using expensive call centres to update billing details, request late payments or activate installment plans.
Good Empire’s split 58/42 female to male investors knocks this stat out of the park with women investing on average $1070 whilst men are investing only $752.
Future Makers is an annual program launched by Optus to foster innovative tech solutions which address social challenges for disadvantaged and vulnerable people.
Consumers currently spend around US$140 billion per year on supplements, and it is estimated that the global supplement industry will grow to US$230 billion by 2027. Sundose meets the ever-increasing demands of health-conscious consumers, replacing outdated fixed-formulation supplements in favour of dynamic formulations that can be regularly adjusted, based on an individual’s lifestyle, life stage and evolving medical history.
Butter, a Zoom-like platform designed for interactive workshops, has raised $3.2 million in seed funding. The aim is to empower workshop facilitators to host virtual workshops that are much better than their physical ones
By providing a user-friendly, secure and fun user experience, Kikitrade aims to attract the millennials and everyday people to invest in crypto assets with ease, and contribute to the democratization of cryptocurrency in the long run.
The research reveals that 89% of SMBs are feeling more resilient in running their businesses, 92% feel optimistic for the year ahead and 78% of SMBs will use e-commerce and digital tools to allow them to work from anywhere.
Batch Brewing Co launched its equity crowdfunding campaign with Equitise raising up to AU$1.5 million. With two breweries in Sydney plus distribution in venues and bottle shops, the company reached AU$1.1 million in funding from beer enthusiasts and keen investors