The funding round was co-led by Australian fintech venture capital firm H2 Ventures and Global Founders Capital, the investment fund of Rocket Internet.
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The Australian startup makes graphic design easier for small enterprises.
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 p...
The Jaarwis-supported venture has secured US$1 million in funding from individual investors.
The Aussie startup now gets 75 percent of its revenue from outside of Australia, with the US now the biggest single market.
The way we consume news in today’s generation has changed in a way we couldn’t possibly imagine. Lately, our consumption habits seem to revolve around our smart...
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 officiall...
Being able to dominate the Asian market will be pivotal to BigCommerce’s success.
What if you could reach out to an audience with a simple and short 35-second pitch instead?
With the Chinese government looking to plunge more than US$600 billion into IoT projects by 2020, there’s no better time than the present to enter the Middle Ki...
To date, he has been bootstrapping Invoice2go's operations for over 12 years.
How can Alibaba help its wholesalers reach consumers abroad? Partner with the companies that work with SMEs.
This concept occurred to Hayes when she was on holiday in Hawaii.
Co-founder Eddie Geller reveals that they are aiming to double that by year’s end, and hit three million by mid-2015.
The app allows you to take a short video of four seconds in length, upload it to the app and play it back - but it's all looped in reverse!
Australian startups don’t typically see that kind of money. Invoice2go is Accel's fourth major Australian investment, alongside Atlassian, 99designs and Ozforex...
Around A$3 million (US$2.7 million) of that will be going straight into the business, with the rest going to other channels such as outgoing shareholders.
August is almost over, but not before our monthly Australia startup news round-up pops up.
Hong Kong’s Bigcolors acquires Melbourne’s Get Viable as it gradually morphs into a seed fund for Asia
The crowdinvesting site has bought up a Melbourne-based startup that teaches founders how to think before they build.
Music streaming service Guvera is taking the fight to Spotify in a bunch of Southeast Asian countries.
The team’s mission is to enable shoppers to be able to buy items that are either unavailable in their country, or are far more expensive even if they are availa...
“We think it’s a ridiculous accusation,” says one of the guys behind Oi, which is made by an Australian startup.
July is close to wrapping up, so here are the best bits from Australia's startup scene this month.
Canva revealed today that it’s grown to 600,000 registered users and now has US$3.6 million in fresh funds to help it grow.
To Nic Lim, it is far more efficient than raising funds from venture capitalists.
As May draws to a close, here’s our round-up of the top tech action in Australia.
What it does is to help you to track any future event that you log into the mobile app, and you will receive a notification when they happen.
April saw some neat startups launch in Australia and also huge funding news for one well-established name. 1. Record funding for email marketing platform Campai...
DesignCrowd has opened an office in the Philippines and launched the DesignCrowd Philippines site.
Today, the Sydney-based startup announced that Apple’s former chief evangelist Guy Kawasaki has finished his contract with Motorola and Google, and has joined t...