Yesterday, the news was confirmed and broke by Fairfax. goCatch had indeed closed a $4.5 million round of funding, although a press release distributed last night said the capital raise was sitting at $5 million.
With a successful class now under its belt the Telstra backed startup accelerator muru-D is getting ready for another round, this time with 11 promising startups selected for the program.
The Canva app sits in the Productivity category on the App store. Canva is lucky that there is no real competition in its space right now, that offers the all the functionality they do basically free, with only a small fee for premium design features and imagery. However, Adobe and its Creative Cloud services have begun to make a play into their own web solutions.
Ten months after selling 1Form to REA Group for $15 million, Melbourne-based tech entrepreneurs Chris Koch and Chad Stephens are ready to unveil their latest venture Pop!. Their new mobile app allows users to store, manage and control the personal details they give to companies online.
London based startup MOVE Guides announced today that it has closed an US$8.2 million Series A round.
Yesterday evening, startup incubator ATP Innovations announced a joint venture with Washington based incubator 1176, that will see Sydney participate as a host city for the Challenge Cup 2015.
BloomNation offers florists and floral designers a platform for running their operations online. It was founded in 2011 by David Daneshgar, Gregg Weisstein and Farbod Shoraka. In the early days the trio decided to stay away from outside investors instead choosing to fund the venture themselves.
The Seedstars World regional event in Sydney took place over the long weekend, and was hosted by startup coworking community Fishburners.