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Following hot on the tails of Australia’s latest startup trend, Question-and-Answer based social network Spring.me has today announced its plans to list on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), and raise a further $3 million to $5 million in the upcoming weeks through institutional investors.
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 “digital nomad” is such a popular concept these days,. And it’s no wonder — who, after all, doesn’t dream of working anywhere from sandy beaches to the side of a volcano before sneaking out for cocktails just because you feel like it?
We spoke about a number of things including where the business is heading, the importance of IT education and looked at the future of hacking, and how the education of the next generation on good hacking vs bad hacking is an important issue that Bugcrowd has become actively involved with in the United States.
Last Friday Iselin had launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo with the goal of raising AUD$1 million to buy out Mamamia.com.au, fire Mia Freedman, and relaunch the brand as MamaKate – unless someone generously donates $1 million, in which case it will be Mama[insert name of donor].
So, how would we go about selecting an outsourcing partner for ourselves were we in the shoes of a technology business that doesn’t have too much money to burn, but is poised for action for the fear of getting into a dodgy arrangement with an out-of-the-country outfit, unable to deliver as expected?
Since going public and acquiring DriveMyCarRentals, Qanda has made a further two acquisitions, adding Rentoid.com to its portfolio of products in May, as well as Caramavan.com just this month.
We’ve discovered six tools to make life on a Chrome browser a little better.