IoT business Movus has raised $2.5 million to support its continued expansion.
Nanosatellite business Myriota has announced a $28 million Series B funding round, with Hostplus and Main Sequence Ventures as lead investors and all Series A backers participating in the raise.
A South Australian company that manufactures 3D-printed medical training devices is set to embark on a $10 million capital raising campaign so it can ramp up production post coronavirus.
Hearing technology company Cochlear has announced a massive $850 million capital raising to fortify the company to weather the Covid-19 coronavirus slowdown in sales. The company’s shares went into a trading halt today as the company revealed a share placement to institutions and a share purchase plan for existing shareholders. The raising is prices at…
Additive manufacturing technology business AML3D is pushing ahead with its plan to list on the ASX next month and raise $9 million to fund its expansion in Australia and overseas.
Blackbird Ventures has made a $5 million investment in West Australian crane innovator Roborigger.
A Perth startup is developing an approach to pumping that could find a way into artificial heart implants. Brent Balinski spoke to its founders about the ambitious project, and about trying to solve really big problems within Australia.
By Peter Roberts Defence, space and communications group Electro Optic Systems (ASX: EOS) has raised $85 million from investors and shareholders, confirming investor appetite for progressive manufacturers. The company announced it had raised $17 million – $10 million more than initially sought – in a share purchase plan from existing shareholders. This came on top…
A once in a generation funding opportunity: monetary policies open doors to global funding opportunities
Treasurer Josh Frydenburg’s message to business is “to back yourself and use your balance sheet to invest and grow.” Whilst we may not agree with all his policies, it is clear there is a significant need to invest in R&D, innovation and ways to enhance productivity, whether that’s through new technologies or processes to improve performance.
A second plant-based meat food business, Fable, has attracted capital as factory-made meats take off. Fable raised $1.5 million from Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes, Blackbird Ventures and angel investors, according to a report in Channel 9 media. Fable’s plant-based meat product launched at Heston Blumenthal’s Dinner restaurant in Melbourne on Tuesday is said to have…