The 100 members of the 2016 BRW Young Rich list have enjoyed a stunning rise in wealth this year, with a booming technology market boosting overall wealth to a record $12.3 billion. Technology is the dominant sector for 2016 with 27 people on the list, followed by financial services and retail each with 11.
Australian safety and quality inspections company SafetyCulture has raised $30 million to fund expansion into global markets and to support the hiring of new staff in its San Francisco, Sydney and Manchester offices.
Australia’s 40K Foundation social enterprise specialising in education technology has received a $250,000 support grant from the Atlassian Foundation, the philanthropic arm of team collaboration software company Atlassian.
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