Business technology startups are increasingly attracting venture capital.
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Australian cloud software startup ECAL is the first of three Australian tech startups to secure a share of AU$5 million in funding from the venture capital investment vehicle of Dodo Internet founder Larry Kestelman, Oxygen Ventures.
Australian tech startup Neon Stingray looks set to become the local face of French digital and technology marketing company Valtech, after being bought out by the Parisian organisation.
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Australian online event venue sourcing startup Venuemob has boosted its fundraising tally to almost AU$1 million after securing AU$530,000 in its second round capital raising.
Telstra has established a new subsidiary to drive its Global Applications and Platforms new and emerging technologies development business.
San Francisco-based startup Jetpac is set to remove its app from the App Store after being acquired by Google for an undisclosed sum.
A South American and European expansion could eventually be on the cards for Australian agricultural management and cloud collaboration software startup Agworld after a AU$6 million funding boost this week.
Despite some reports about delayed IPOs this year, the value of the done deals continues to rise.
Microsoft is bringing 10 startups focusing on home-automation into its new home-automation accelerator starting this fall.
A joint initiative between the University of Queensland’s ilab incubator and Artesian Capital Management is set to pump AU$10 million into the state’s early stage tech startup scene.
A US$270 million investment will take Australian telecoms giant Telstra's share from 23% to 98%.
Analysts chirped the upward trends have been building from positive momentum from the second half of 2013.