Australia’s technology industry saw a rise of 30% in overall deal activity during the third quarter of 2019, when compared with the last four-quarter average, according to a new analyst report.
Equity-based crowdfunding platform, VentureCrowd, has partnered with angel investor group Sydney Angels in a move designed to give more Australian startups the opportunity to access venture capital from sophisticated investors at an early stage.
Global unified identity services vendor Centrify has raised US$42 million in a funding round, securing investment from mobile technology and network security vendors Samsung and Fortinet, as well as venture capital firm Docomo Capital.
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