While one of the obvious advantages of an ecommerce business is having access to a borderless marketplace, for many merchants, the idea of expanding internationally can seem daunting.
New Zealand startup Flossie is a software platform helping customers easily find, book, and pay for beauty appointments at partner salons.
Despite the skepticism before being converted to the wonders of cycling in Singapore, Mina Nada firmly believes bike sharing can come to make up a key piece of Sydney’s transport infrastructure.
San Francisco-based accelerator Acceleprise, focused on Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) startups, has raised US$7 million in funding for its second fund and announced its expansion to New York and Melbourne.
Startup hub Tank Stream Labs has announced it’s branching out west, opening a new space in Perth in partnership with EY.
Fintech app Finch has raised $2.25 million in seed funding to grow out its team, further its product development, and accelerate customer acquisition.
Hyper Anna has raised $16 million in a Series A round led by Sequoia China, with participation from existing backers Airtree Ventures and Reinventure.
San Francisco-based experimentation startup Optimizely has announced its local expansion, opening a Sydney office from which it will look to grow into the Asia-Pacific region.
As it looks to grow across the US, Talent will also be looking to support the local tech and startup community through the Talent Unleashed Awards.
Fintech coworking community Stone and Chalk has announced its expansion into Victoria, with a space for 60 desks to open next month in Melbourne.
Expert360 has announced the close of a $13 million Series B round, which will fund the development of new features and international growth.
IT software company PrimeQ has announced plans to build a new ‘cloud campus’ in South Australia, comprising an Innovation Centre and Technology Support Hub, which it expects will create 72 new jobs in the state over the next three years.
Catch Group has announced the rebranding of Catch of the Day and relaunch of the platform, as the business looks to expand into New Zealand.
Payments startup Hyperwallet has expanded into Australia, looking to target growth across the Asia Pacific region from its new Sydney base.
It may have now amassed 100,000 customers around the world, enabled by a US$50 million Series E round raised in early 2015, but Australia has a special place in the heart of Chennai-based Freshdesk, with Western Australian Atwell College being its first paying customer. With Freshdesk, a company creating customer support and helpdesk solutions, having […]