This chapter is an extract from LegalVision’s 10 Things To Know Before You Bring Your Startup to Australia Guide. Download the full guide here.

Economic Trends

The Australian economy is low-risk for startups as a result of its stability and steady growth.

Economic Trends

Booming Industries in Australia: In Focus

 

Financial Services: Online lending platform Propsa raised $25 million in 2017, led by Airtree Ventures.
Agriculture: In 2017, global finance and manufacturing companies KPMG, Bosch and Agfunder invested $6.5 million in Tasmanian Agtech startup, The Yield.
Energy and Sustainability: In 2017, the Federal Government’s Clean Energy Finance Corporation invested $5 million into electricity grid tech startup, GreenSync, which formed part of their $11.5 million raise.
Healthcare and Pharmaceutical: Perth-based medical booking startup, HealthEngine, raised a $26.7 million Series C round from local and international investors. Medtech Sydney startup Saluda Medical raised a $53 million Series D round.

 

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