Melanie Perkins

Australian design software company Canva has announced today that it has secured a $US15 billion valuation after the pandemic boosted interest in its design software tools. Following a $US71 million investment led by T. Rowe Price and Dragoneer, the latest valuation sets the company apart as Canva claims it is

The primacy of privacy, the rapid transformation of storytelling and of course the inexorable rise of e-commerce — this is what it feels like to live inside the pages of Mary Meeker’s famous Internet Trends report (all 333 slides this year). In a series of personal contributions below, our readers

Canva has confirmed a valuation of US$2.5 billion, achieved after closing a US$70 million fund raising round. Rumours of the raising began appearing a few days ago. Two new VCs, General Catalyst and Bond, join existing investors Felicis Ventures and Blackbird Capital. Barely seven years old, the online design company