Financial Change, LYRO Robotics and more

Dynamic Business brings you this week’s most important fundraising for startups:

How Much: $5.7 Million

Participants: new and existing investors

Hysata (Series A)

How much: $40 million

Participants: Virescent Ventures led the round of funding on behalf of the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) (Aus), with the participation of Kiko Ventures (UK), IP Group Australia, Vestas Ventures (Denmark), Hostplus (Aus) and BlueScope (through its ventures- arm BlueScopeX™) (Aus).

How Much: $1.5 Million

Participants: Artesian/Boab AI and AgFunder join original investor, Japan’s Toyo Kanetsu.

LYRO has created the world’s first self-driving robot, capable of picking up delicate fresh produce from a conveyor belt and packing it into boxes.

Site mate

How Much: $5.2 Million

Participants: The round was led by Blackbird, with the participation of existing investors Shearwater Capital and angels, including local tech founders Tim Doyle of Eucalyptus and Rory San Miguel of Propeller.

AirTree Launches 2022 Explorer Program to Enable More Support for ANZ Founders

AirTree has opened applications for the second batch of its Explorer program as part of an ongoing effort to establish and nurture the next generation of Angel Investors and founders in Australia and New Zealand.

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In addition to world-class insights and education on angel investing, Explorers have access to one of the strongest angel networks in ANZ and coveted access to AirTree’s Investment Committee meetings to experience first-hand the process and considerations that guide a of Australia’s leading early stage VC firms.

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