Melbourne-founded mobile payments company Mr Yum has raised $89 million in a Series A funding round led by investment firm Tiger Global.
Austraian artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning platform for decision augmentation SourseAI has secured $1.5 million in funding to negate "gut decision-making" in the media, telco and utilities sectors.
Global interactive and immersive virtual events platform provider Airmeet has boosted its coffers with a US$12 milion Series A capital raising.
Ride-sharing platform Shebah is turning to equity funding to raise up to $3 million to fund the next phase of its growth ahead of launching in New Zealand this year.
Courier service Sendle has raised $20 million in a Series B funding round aimed at accelerating growth, doubling down on its challenge against Australia Post, and to begin exploration into international markets.
Global IT and consumer electronics market channel group AltoStratos has launched a $25 million capital raising ahead of a planned listing on the Australian Stock Exchange.
Sydney-based workforce management software solution provider Deputy has closed a $111 million capital raising which has been billed as Australia’s largest ever Series B funding round.
Telstra-backed open source software developer NGINX has raised $43 million in a Series C funding led by Goldman Sachs Growth Equity, a platform within Goldman Sachs’ Merchant Banking Division.
Continuous software testing tools provider Tricentis has raised $165 million in Series B financing and says it will use the funds to continue accelerating its market penetration and scale operations.
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