Insurtech startup Handdii has raised $1.5 million in seed funding, from Scale Investors and Greenlight Re Innovations, for tech bringing property insurance claims into the 21st century.
handdii – a tech platform connecting insurance companies direct to contractors to repair property claims – has secured $1.5 million in seed funding.
The round was led by Scale Investors, an Australian Angel network focused on high growth women-led tech companies.
Melbourne-based urban-tech startup, Neighbourlytics has attracted the backing of property industry leader and RBA board member, Carol Schwartz AO, closing a $1.25M investment round to fuel the company’s growth.
Neighbourlytics is a SaaS social analytics platform that helps citymakers understand, measure and monitor the quality of urban life and wellbeing in the neighbourhoods they plan, create and manage.
Melbourne-based urban-tech start-up Neighbourlytics has attracted the backing of property industry leader and Reserve Bank board member, Carole Schwartz, closing a $1.25 million seed investment round.
Neighbourlytics is a data analytics company that pools together information from sources such as TripAdvisor, Google Maps, Facebook and Instagram to find out how people are living, working and spending within a particular area.
Melbourne based healthtech hardware startup TalkiPlay announced closing its $750,000 seed round led by Scale Investors following early market success.
The TalkiPlay business uses an interactive toy to assist children with speaking difficulties to learn to talk.