It wasn't long ago that investing in startups was limited to Australia's wealthy.
Private equity deals (those not listed on ASX) typically required a minimum $10,000 or $20,000 investment.
For a small investor, this could mean a significant portion of their portfolio taken up by just one high-risk, high-reward position - a very unattractive proposition that kept many away from the startup scene.
For a startup this meant capital sources were limited to much larger investors, or banks.
But capital-hungry startups may be about to get a break after all.
With the Australian government currently...
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