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February 28, 2017

Cash available for Fintech

Extract from Startup smart by Dinushi Dias http://ift.tt/2lpLQrqInvestment in Australia’s fintech sector soared to more than $US600 million ($780 million) in 2016 up from just over $US50 million four years prior, according to a KPMG report The Pulse of Fintech .In 2015 $US185 million injected across 23 fintech investments in Australia and

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February 25, 2017

Edtech startup AdmitHub scores $2.95 mln seed

January 11, 2017 By Iris Dorbian

Edtech startup AdmitHub has secured $2.95 million in seed funding. Relay Ventures and Reach Capital led the round with participation from other investors that included University Ventures.


BOSTON – January 11, 2017 – AdmitHub, an edtech startup which builds conversational artificial intelligence (AI) to guide students on the path to and through college, has

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February 25, 2017

Cannabis Startups Raise $66.3m in 2016 as Canopy Leads 2017 with $300k Accelerator

cannabis startupsFEBRUARY 22, 2017 LAUREN MANNING

Cannabis-related technology startups raised $66.3 million in venture capital investment in 2016, according to AgFunder’s 2016 AgTech Investing Report. 

Of the 27 deals captured in 2016, the vast majority were "seed

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February 25, 2017

Deliveroo cofounder develops Peanut – a friend dating site for mums to be

Deliveroo Greg OrlowskiLinkedIn/Greg OrlowskiDeliveroo cofounder Greg Orlowski.

The cofounder and chief technology officer of food delivery service Deliveroo has built a new startup called Peanut. 

Greg Orlowski, who cofounded Deliveroo in 2012 left last year as he wanted to spend more time with his wife and newborn daughter in Chicago. 


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