National Australia Bank has applied its special lending framework designed to support fintech start-ups to offer a scalable, debt financing package to Brighte, the home energy lender backed by Atlassian founder Mike Cannon-Brookes.
Brighte has been named as one of the Top 50 Innovative Companies that started in Sydney.
Innovative fintech companies have an opportunity to offer services banks can't or won't provide. Here's how Brighte is doing that with interest-free finance for home improvements.
Katherine McConnell admits it may have been a “moment of madness” that led her to resign from her secure, well-paid and enjoyable job.
Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes backs Brighte to dramatically increase the number of homes installing renewable, clean energy.
Katherine McConnell interviewed on Sky News Money
Cannon-Brookes has backed Brighte, leading the way in a $4 million Series A funding round through his private investment company Grok Ventures.
Sydney-based home energy-funding platform Brighte intends to hire new staff and increase its foothold in Australia, after completing a $4 million Series A funding round.
Brighte recognised as an Emerging Global Fintech Innovator by H2 Ventures and KPMG
Brighte's founder ranked in the coolest 100 people in Australian tech
Former Macquarie Group senior manager Katherine McConnell has set a high bar for her start-up, Brighte.