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Blue Sky Alternatives Access Fund (ASX:BAF) raises $20 million

Blue Sky Alternatives Access Fund Limited (ASX: BAF) has successfully completed a $20 million capital raise through a one for three non-renounceable entitlement offer. The funds raised will be used to build on the listed investment company’s actively managed portfolio of alternative assets across private equity and venture capital, water and agriculture, hedge funds and private real estate.



Technology innovation key to engagement

At Blue Sky we have implemented both an app, Your Fingerprint, and video updates to great success. We get hundreds of Your Fingerprint downloads every week and the vast majority of our investors and shareholders regularly use the app. These initiatives have really helped educate our investors, shareholders and the market about alternative investments. New technology has become an integral part of how we do business, and the overwhelming response and uptake by investors of the Your Fingerprint app confirms it was the right step for us to take.



HeyLets made the cover of Product Hunt

Product Hunt surfaces the best new products, every day. It’s a place for product-loving enthusiasts to share and geek out about the latest mobile apps, websites, hardware projects, and tech creations.



HeyLets, A Personalised Location Discovery App, Raises Seed Funding

With the number of location discovery apps out there already, the question might not be “Where should we go?” but “Why make another one?” The developers of HeyLets (Blue Sky Venture Capital portfolio company), however, believe there is still room to stand apart by delivering more personalized recommendations to people based on their interests (users can pick from 30 categories, ranging from the obvious like “fine dining” to more niche interests such as “cards and board games” or “new age and psychedelics”) and profile information.



Application for 2000 new student accommodation rooms in Brisbane

Development approvals for more than 2000 student accommodation rooms across Brisbane are before council as builders seek to take advantage of 80 per cent fee cuts to spur sector investment. Today Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk said council had approved the first application of 286 beds in a wave of accommodation providers since the fee changes were announced in February.