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Capital raising stories - Page 2
NZ startup CodeLingo secures $540k funding from Australian VCs
CodeLingo is a platform which enables users to scale end-to-end software development processes that improve code quality.
Startup making Bitcoin accessible to NZers raises $400k
The startup plans to use the funding to continue driving growth in New Zealand while also expanding into the UK market.
Radical generosity funding model supports female-led companies
New Zealand is the first country outside North America to introduce SheEO.
Urban farm raising capital with ‘Broccoli bonds’ on PledgeMe for social good
The innovative offer provides a financial return to their crowd, but can in part be repaid with produce.
Ethique raises half a million dollars in less than a day
Ethique was published for only 90 minutes to the public before it hit the maximum goal.
Social enterprise Ethique launches second equity crowdfunding campaign
Ethique is expecting to raise a minimum of $350,000, and up to $500,000.
Kiwi startup developing prospective musicians through gamification
New Zealand tech startup Melodics has raised US$1.2m in seed capital to take its instrument learning software to more aspiring musicians.
Medical record software startup raises over $500,000 through PledgeMe
Noted hit their maximum goal of its private equity crowdfunding campaign $500,000 in less than two weeks after launching its campaign.
Fintech startup attracts record investment at Flux Accelerator Demo Day
Genoapay allows ten weekly payments at no cost for the services like automotive, dental and vets which people need.
AI data scientist startup secures AU$16m in Series-A funding
The capital raised will be invested directly into the expansion of Hyper Anna’s operations to international markets that include Asia and the US.
Aussie small business lending platform secures AU$5million in Series-A funding
TruePillars’ allows multiple investors to fund small business loans of their choice with a minimum commitment of just AU$50 per loan.
Kiwi startup DROPIT raising US$5m to disrupt US sports sponsorship market
DROPIT is an adrenaline-pumping, interactive, fan engagement app which auctions off premium items and experiences at live sports events.