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 H2 Ventures eyes global expansion and data and AI start-ups after fresh intake
Sydney-based fintech accelerator H2 Ventures is preparing to take its program international and expand into artificial intelligence and big data after doubling its intake of startups.

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Beyond fintech: Next generation of startups explore travel, education and beyond
The Sydney-based startup accelerator program run by H2 Ventures has turned out its last round of startups for 2017, with 17 companies presenting at the H2 Expo at an event in Sydney this week.

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 H2 Ventures is looking for artificial intelligence startups
Australian venture capitalist H2 Venture is expanding its investment and accelerator program for fintechs to data and artificial intelligence (AI) startups.

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‘Virtual’ internships give students a glimpse of global law firm KWM
Law firm King & Wood Mallesons has launched an online internship with start-up company Inside Sherpa aimed at providing a taste of life in a corporate firm.

Netwealth’s Matthew Heine and Koda’s Steve Tucker back financial advice start-up Nod
A former head of National Australia Bank’s wealth division and the boss of newly listed Netwealth Group have thrown their financial weight behind a Sydney-based fintech taking a bet on financial advisers wanting to work outside institutions.
Ditch the coin jar: today’s pocket money lessons are digital 
Megan Hogg’s four children receive all their pocket money online and spend it with prepaid debit cards. Hogg did away with her previous system – a combination of jars, coins and spreadsheets – in the summer holidays over a year ago.
Xinja to sell shares in Equitise crowdfunding offer
Budding start-up bank Xinja is set to become the first company to use the government’s new equity crowdfunding law as it prepares to raise $3 million from retail investors through the Equitise platform.
 Trump fuels demand for more ethical investing
The unexpected rise of Donald Trump has helped fuel the formation of the “ethical generation,” which is comprised of socially conscious consumers committed to ensuring their investments are sustainable and align with their own world view.
Use fintech apps to grow your wealth

Fintech (finance-technology) startups have exploded in the past five years, shaking up traditional product and service offerings in banking, insurance and superannuation; industries long overdue for disruption.