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Just over $5 billion in venture capital flowed into Australian start-ups for the 2023 financial year – a significant drop on the near-$11 billion that flowed the previous year. We highlight the 17 companies that banked the lion’s share of that funding.
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As prices continue to tick up in the trophy home market segment, Forbes Australia finds the gap between prestige and trophy is becoming more consistent with the rest of the world.
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We have just witnessed a historic year for Australian venture capital. Here are the companies that received the lion’s share. Key Takeaways In the 2021-22 financial year, 709 deals closed totalling more than $10.55 billion in venture capital Scalapay received the most funding ($565 million) Daniel Petre, founding partner of AirTree, discusses the state of […]
Scalapay Valuation: $1.9 billion Founded: 2019 Founders: Simone Mancini and Johnny Mitrevski Last funding round: $355 million, February 2022 Scalapay is a buy now, pay later company that allows customers to pay in three or four interest-free instalments. It is primarily focused on the Southern European market. Cyara Founded: 2010 Founders: Alok Kulkarni, Luan Tran […]