Australian mobile invoicing app, Invoice2go, has secured US$15 million in funding through a new round of capital raising. Coinciding with the fund raising the company has just launched a new mobile payments feature that it says will allow small businesses and freelancers to accept credit and debit card payments from customers and get paid faster.
Self-proclaimed new consumer media platform for the VR (virtual reality) generation – 8i – has raised NZ$20 million from leading global technology investors.
Perth-based geospatial imagery company Spookfish (ASX:SFI) has raised $6 million from investors in a new placement and will use the funds to commercialise its Generation One system and advance the development of its large scale Generation Two system for launch in 2016.
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