Business technology startups are increasingly attracting venture capital.
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Australian aerial delivery drone developer Flirtey has struck an R&D partnership with the University of Nevada in Reno that will see the tertiary institution take an equity stake in the local startup.
The initiative will include business acceleration and financial support.
IFTTT, a startup that provides automation tools, announced $30 million in new funding from leading venture capital firms.
Car-hailing company Uber appears unfazed by a Queensland government crackdown, announcing that it has expanded to the Gold Coast.
Have you ever wanted to know more information about a caller before you answer a call? New York-based Contactive wants users to see the most complete profile for everyone you interact with on your mobile device.
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A new AU$10 million seed fund launched by the University of Wollongong and Artesian Venture Partners is hoped to attract outside investment to early stage startups in the university's iAccelerate program.
São Paulo transport authority wants the suspension of the transportation app
BugHerd, an Australian online bug tracking startup, has snapped up AU$1 million in a Series A funding round spearheaded by Sydney's Tank Stream Ventures and Starfish Ventures.
Online restaurant reservation service, Chope, inks partnerships with a lifestyle news website in China as well as TripAdvisor, as the three-year-old startup looks to reach more diners and F&B outlets in the region.
Some of Gecko Design's previous clients in tech include Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Fitbit, Logitech, and Slingmedia.
Since launching in May, Square Capital has already doled out nearly $50 million in financing to more than 10,000 independent businesses.
Acceleration program will reward technology-based ideas with up to $27,000
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 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.