Not-for-profit organisation SBE Australia has opened applications for its Springboard Enterprises accelerator programme which provides up to 10 emerging, high-growth companies — with a woman or women in senior leadership positions — the opportunity to tap into a global suite of world-class entrepreneurs, investors and top-tier business development experts.
Australian start-up EpiSoft has closed a $1 million capital raising as it prepares to further develop its digital health platform and expand globally.
A community-driven initiative for high-growth companies led by women, dubbed ‘Entrepreneurs in Residence’, has launched in Australia, after first launching July 2014 in the US.
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