Australia is to soon become home to another blockchain hub, with the NEM.io Foundation to open a new space in Melbourne.
Opening on Collins St later this year, the space, named The 11th, will aim to act as a “gateway” between key markets across the Asia Pacific.
Clevertar was born out of research at Flinders University, investigating the use of embodied virtual agents to influence and interact with people.
For the team behind the coworking space Inspire9 in the heart of Richmond in Melbourne, building community has been at the forefront of our business model from day one.
AgriFutures is calling for young innovators passionate about the future of Australian agriculture to apply for the evokeAG Future Young Leaders Program.
Coworking community The Commons has secured a strategic investment from Melbourne-based property development group Riverlee that will help it scale its operations from three locations to 15 over the next three years.
Deloitte has acquired Melbourne company KnowledgeSpace, which provides speech analytics services, to boost its services in the conduct and compliance space.
Looking to help bricks and mortar retailers provide customers with a seamless ominchannel experience is Melbourne startup Brauz, founded by Lee Hardham and Rajesh Yeluri.
Melbourne procurement startup VendorPanel has raised $2.35 million in a Series A round led by Microequities Venture Capital, with participation from Aconex founders Leigh Jasper and Rob Phillpot.
Adrian Merrick’s explanation of what Energy Locals does is rather to the point: “We sell cleaner energy for a fixed fee and without screwing customers.”
Outcome.Life is focused on delivering employment outcomes for international students in Australia by connecting them to internships and placements.
Melbourne-founded employee engagement startup Culture Amp has raised $54 million (US$40 million) in a Series D round led by longtime backer Blackbird Ventures.
Melbourne-based fintech startup Airwallex has raised US$80 million ($109 million) in a Series B funding round, the second largest for an Australian startup to date.
Melbourne-headquartered video production marketplace Genero has raised $4 million in a funding round led by existing backer Ellerston Capital to pursue growth in the United States.