Running real-time feasibility studies to find suitable sites for locating new facilities is crucial for data centre owners and developers in the current climate of increasing data use and subsequent demand for storage.
We closed out a combined $5.3 million funding round, led by capital market investors like Jason and Harry, who recognise the opportunities available within the sector. This group brings both investment success and a wealth of experience taking early-stage businesses to the next level. The funding provides the capital to diversify our operations into the content and lifestyle space, while continuing to attract the best operational talent to support our aggressive growth strategy.
DiviPay enables businesses to instantly issue virtual corporate Mastercards to employees to make online and in-store purchases via Apple Pay – the first business of its kind to do so in Australia – and Google Pay.
While we know Flotespace is a business that deserves to continue this tremendous growth, we are extremely proud and grateful of the investments we have achieved. This boost will support many of the projects we are working on that will transform the boating industry and provide a platform that supports charter boat owners and consumers alike.
Australia’s strong regulatory environment is designed to keep our workplaces safe, our products high quality, and help consumers get what they pay for. The downside to having that important safety net is the compliance burden it imposes on businesses. With this $10 million round, we’re looking for innovative regulatory technologies to reduce that burden in four key areas, while keeping Australian standards at world’s best levels.
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.