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Cluey Learning, a Sydney, Australia-based adaptive learning company, raised AUS$20m in Series A funding.
Dr Roebuck’s, a Sydney, Australia-based skin care brand, closed a financing round with Unilever Ventures.
SpeeDx Pty. Ltd., a Sidney, Australia-based provider of molecular diagnostic solutions, closed a series A funding of undisclosed amount.
Foodbomb, a wholesale food platform for the foodservice industry in Australia, raised AUD $1.4m in funding.
CareMonkey, a Melbourne, Australia-based online system which allows schools to streamline their paper workflow processes with a digital forms platform, raised $1.5m (AUD$2.2m) in seed funding.
HammerTech, a Melbourne, Australia-based mobile provider of health, safety and quality software for the construction industry, completed its $10m Series A financing.
Airwallex, a Melbourne, Australia-based payments fintech company, raised $100m USD in Series C funding.
F45 Training, an Australian-born fitness franchise, received a minority investment from a group led by Mark Wahlberg and FOD Capital.
Earnd, a Sydney, Australia-based financial wellness benefit startup, raised $2.5m in funding.
Adthena, a London, UK, Austin, TX, and Sydney, Australia-based provider of AI-powered search marketing intelligence, secured $14m in Series A funding.
King River Capital (KRC), a Sydney, Australia-based new venture capital firm, held the first close of its initial fund.
Appen Limited (ASX:APX), a Sydney, Australia-based global leader in the provision of high-quality, human-annotated datasets for machine learning and AI, is to acquire Figure Eight (previously known as CrowdFlower), a San Francisco, CA-based machine learning software platform which uses highly automated tools to transform unlabeled text, image, audio, and video data into high-quality AI training […]
Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), the global leader in CRM, announced that Salesforce Ventures, the company’s global corporate investment group, has launched the $50m Australia Trailblazer Fund.
SimplePay, a Sydney, Australia-based electronic payments company, secured $5m in initial funding.