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Nine of the 10 startups that entered the Telstra muru-D accelerator program have graduated, with eight already securing investors for the next stage.
The Telstra startup accelerator program, muru-D, has revealed the 10 startups in which it will invest $40,000 a piece over the next six months.
Australian startups received a flurry of good news this week with new investments in the startup ecosystem and incubator openings announced.
Telstra will provide $40,000 in funding to 10 Australian technology startups every six months under a seed funding program announced today.
ANZ Bank and Innovyz announced they will expand their accelerator program to include companies that have graduated from the startup phase.