“It’s a great opportunity for us. Lots of network effects,” explains Freelancer deputy CFO Christopher Koch of the deal.
Freelancer goes local: You can now hire plumbers, cleaners, and other local workers on demand.
Since launching in 2008, 99designs has been on an upward trend. Right now, it has around 1 million registered designers, to which over US$110 million has been paid out.
At an event today in Singapore, Samsung revealed launch dates for the new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge phones across Asia.
Rocket Internet's price comparison search engine PricePanda has new funding - and today it also acquired a rival Australian site.
The Jaarwis-supported venture has secured US$1 million in funding from individual investors.
There are three ways in which founder Maheshswaran Suresh Kumar believes Sourceguru will do better than the incumbents.
CoAssets claims to have completed millions worth of crowdfunding projects, with a revenue of US$ 733k in the first year.
The Aussie startup now gets 75 percent of its revenue from outside of Australia, with the US now the biggest single market.
Australia's online employment market got a bit more friendly to job seekers ages 45 and over today with the announcement that OneShift, one of the country's top job-seeking sites, has acquired Adage.
Animoca Brands lists on ASX and now seeks funds to continue development and publishing of games in 2015.
The funds will go towards growing its presence in Southeast Asia, Japan, and Australia and New Zealand.
Credit must be given to the Uber team for reacting swiftly to the groundswell.
This won’t make Uber’s case in Australia any better.
Quoine, a pan-Asian bitcoin exchange, announced it closed a US$2 million angel round of funding from a number of investors and private funds.
Currently, there are around 340,000 people watching Netflix in Australia. This would be considered normal, except for one very odd fact: Netflix isn’t officially available in Australia as yet. At the ...
Being able to dominate the Asian market will be pivotal to BigCommerce’s success.
The free Android-only app claims to give its users “up to 50 percent more use out of their data plans."