Workplace safety solutions company SafetyCulture has secured A$60 million in new funding to "accelerate expansion and improve safety", raising the largest amount by an Australian company thus far in 2018 and valuing it at $440 million.
Australian safety and quality inspections company SafetyCulture has raised $30 million to fund expansion into global markets and to support the hiring of new staff in its San Francisco, Sydney and Manchester offices.
Australian start-up success story SafetyCulture has brought the "world’s most used inspection app" to Windows 10, thanks to enterprise demand to "ensure seamless data collection and reporting for users".
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