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Ventures in the News – June 10, 2022

With 100+ Ventures in 5 countries, we are rounding up the news every 2 weeks to share what’s happening. Engage, share + follow using the hashtag #SheEOmagic to amplify.

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  • Australia’s Victorian government has partnered with Code Like a Girl to deliver five paid internships for women within government departments. They’ll also receive an intensive four-month coding course – which turns participants with no coding knowledge into junior web developers.
  • Indigital founder Mikaela Jade is attending the WSIS Process World Summit in Geneva, Switzerland where she will speak on a number of panels — including a High-Level Dialogue on Indigenous Languages hosted by UNESCO — and will share her story and present insights from her work.


New Zealand

  • Beany founder and CEO Sue De Bievre spoke with Startup Daily about her experience in SheEO.
  • Long free-flowing dresses designed by Kiri Nathan were featured in the kickoff to Fiji Fashion Week.
  • Supie is raising $5 million to disrupt New Zealand’s retail grocery market. “Launched in 2021 by Sarah Balle, who saw an opportunity to provide a supplier-friendly and customer-centric approach to food retailing. Supie has quickly gained thousands of customers, delivered tens of thousands of orders, and hit an annualised revenue of $6.5m.”

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United States

  • Kai XR‘s 360-degree virtual field trips and EDUmetaverse with 35 virtual worlds were mentioned by Education Next in an article about rising interest in the metaverse for virtual learning.
  • Novoloop has expanded its Series A funding round to $21 million through an oversubscribed extension led by Mistletoe Singapore and Hanwha Solutions, nearly doubling its $11 million raise that was announced back in February. “This round brings together mission-driven financial investors and industry strategics who believe in our vision of a circular economy for plastics,” said CEO Miranda Wang.
  • Pandia Health co-founder and CEO Sophia Yen will participate in a panel discussion about avoiding burnout by identifying and following your passion, hosted by the American Medical Women’s Association on June 20.
  • Sisu Global, which launched its first patented product Hemafuse in Africa, was featured by Billionaires Africa for “proving the commercial model for medical devices in emerging markets and changing the statistic that 80% of the world’s medical devices are designed for 10% of the world’s population.”

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