Gamyra Featured in Startup Daily: Australian billionaire Paul Little’s Skalata Ventures has Made Its First Investments, Including F1 Engineers Using Driving Simulators to Make Roads Safer

The former Toll Holdings boss set up the fund this year with fellow business leader Carol Schwartz and CEO, Rohan Workman, the former Melbourne Accelerator Program (MAP) director. LaunchVic tipped $3 million into the venture.

The 10 startups chosen range from agtech to a key delivery service for Airbnb, a customer engagement platform and a service matching volunteers with not-for-profit groups. Skalata Ventures is looking to invest in 60 ventures in total over three years – another 20 next year and 30 in 2021.

Gamyra Tech, founded by two former Williams Formula 1 engineers from the racing team’s Qatar-based tech centre, is using high-end simulation to teach more than 12,000 novice drivers how to be safer on the road

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