Snapchat Raised $1.8B In A Series F Round
A Beginner's Guide: How To Get Your Startup Funded in Australia
Earlier this week, we reported that the messaging app startup Snapchat was raising more money. Now we have more updates for you.
An SEC filing has been made today with information about Snapchat’s latest Series F round, in which it has raised $1.8 billion. Separately, we’ve also obtained a leaked pitch deck, revealing Snapchat’s revenue and forecasts.
How Social Enterprise Thankyou Is Fighting Global Poverty
So, you've got a startup idea. If it's not "Uber for laundry," congratulations, you've taken an important first step. The next hurdle is to find money, and unfortunately, it's going to be complicated.
Angel rounds, Series A, bootstrapping — a lot of funding jargon gets thrown around with little specificity and the fresh-faced Australian startup scene is particularly guilty of this.
How One Graduate Is Inspiring Thousands of Students
Social enterprises all over the world are turning the tables on the traditional business model and putting community needs ahead of financial gain. Thankyou is a social enterprise that was founded in Melbourne in 2008. It sells bottled water, food and body care products, and uses the profits to support international community development projects.
The StartupAUS Crossroads report
Breezing around photographic studios, positioning herself under warm lights and staring down the barrel of a camera comes naturally to 26-year-old Jess Holsman, but an on-screen career wasn’t part of the agenda when she was completing her Graduate Diploma of Psychology.
5 Business Lessons My Single Mom Taught Me
The Crossroads report is commissioned by StartupAUS on behalf of the national tech startup community. It sets out an action plan for growth and maturation of the Australian startup ecosystem, identifying key policy areas that require government intervention and recommending specific actions that should be taken to accelerate the growth of the tech sector.
Lying on a sick bed in a specialist hospital in Jeddah, my dad asked my mom to come closer. “I’ll leave this world soon,” he told her. “Go back home with the kids. Your family will take care of you.”