Global interactive and immersive virtual events platform provider Airmeet has boosted its coffers with a US$12 milion Series A capital raising.
Ride-sharing platform Shebah is turning to equity funding to raise up to $3 million to fund the next phase of its growth ahead of launching in New Zealand this year.
Courier service Sendle has raised $20 million in a Series B funding round aimed at accelerating growth, doubling down on its challenge against Australia Post, and to begin exploration into international markets.
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