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Pitching for funding: hitting the right note

Pitching for funding: hitting the right note

The startup world is alive and bustling with entrepreneurs, investors, accelerators and a growing network of support industries. The Startup Economy study undertaken by PwC and commissioned by Google highlights that with the right support and growth, this could contribute over $100 billion to GDP and create over half a million new jobs by 2033. One of […]

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The Founder doing big business by selling simplicity secures $15 million funding

The Founder doing big business by selling simplicity secures $15 million funding

Since launching in regional NSW in 2002, the Australian fintech start-up, invoice2go, has gone from strength to strength. Now, the App store’s number one invoicing app which creates more than 1 million invoices each month has received another boost to its confidence with a further $15 million in series C funding from investors. CreditorWatch spoke to Invoice2go Founder, Chris […]

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Bigstone Capital and The Interface Financial Group to provide invoice finance services to Australian small businesses

Bigstone Capital and The Interface Financial Group to provide invoice finance services to Australian small businesses

Bigstone Capital, a start-up Australian loan market dedicated to small business, and The Interface Financial Group (IFG), one of the North America’s largest alternative finance sources for small businesses have signed a deal to deliver a flexible invoice finance product funded by peer-to-peer market platform. As a result of the collaboration, a range of funding […]

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Finance key for helping Australian businesses succeed overseas

Finance key for helping Australian businesses succeed overseas

As the mining boom continues to lose pace, Australia’s trade and investment profile is changing. While the growth of our commodities sector may have diminished, other sectors are performing well as demand for Australian products and services overseas is strong and, in many sectors, growing. Against this background, there are a number of opportunities for […]

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Growth of Australian exporters inhibited by financing constraints

Growth of Australian exporters inhibited by financing constraints

Access to finance continues to challenge the growth of Australia’s internationally-active businesses according a new survey commissioned by the Export Council of Australia and supported by Efic, the Australian Government’s export finance agency. The new Australian International Business Survey (AIBS) 2015 is one of the largest and most in-depth surveys of Australian exporters involving over […]

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Central QLD small businesses to benefit from $770,000 in new funding

Central QLD small businesses to benefit from $770,000 in new funding

A new wave of Federal Government funding is set to provide entrepreneurs and small businesses in Central Queensland with more advice and support. $770,000 has been injected into Queensland’s Bundaberg Business Enterprise Centre (Bundaberg BEC) as part of the Australian Small Business Advisory Services (ASBAS) Central Queensland National Interest Initiative. “The Abbott Government allocated the […]

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