Airtree - Startup Investors - June 2017
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The Spreadsheet - An Australian startup funding/investor list for the ecosystem
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What is this?
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This is designed to be a resource for founders. We all know how hard it is figuring out who to approach for funding and when to approach them - so we wanted to build a crowd sourced list of active investors in the Aus startup ecosystem. We (the AirTree team) have seeded this using public data sources, but it's really designed to be a "living" document that's owned by the community. So everyone has read-write access and we encourage you to add investors or update details as appropriate - please just make sure you use it responsibly!
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If you're an investor - feel free to add yourself and any details on what your focus stage, sectors, typical investment amounts (min & max) etc. Anything you think would be helpful for founders to figure out how and when to approach you. And feel free to add your contact info (or not - up to you).
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This is a bit of experiment - and will likely evolve over time. If you've got any feedback - do hit us up on: community [at] airtree [dot] vc
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Hopefully this document makes navigating the world of startup investors a little easier as you plan your next round
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A note on sources
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We've seeded the initial list using data where available, including our database, AusIndustry, Press reports etc as well as input from the crowd. Nothing is perfect - and please don't send us angry emails (or worse) for any inaccuracies - just go ahead and fix them up!
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Etiquette
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Please respect this document and refrain from any bad behaviour. That includes bad-mouthing, inappropriate language etc. That's bad karma. Don't be that person.
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If you're a founder - please don't use this document to send mass unsolicited emails to investors. The success rate will be super low and you'll just wind up just annoying everyone. It's not a smart move.
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Remember - we're all in this together. Kumbaya
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Contents
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SheetDescription
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VCsProfessional investors active in software, hardware & internet businesses. This includes: (a) VC funds; (b) Corporate Venture Capital funds; (c) Active Corporates (regularly making minority investments in technology startups); and (d) other investors who are active in market, but whose core focus is on other types of investing (i.e. investment banks, pre-IPO funds, private equity, other fund managers)
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AcceleratorsA fixed-term, cohort-based program, including mentorship and educational components, that culminates in a public pitch event or demo-day.
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Angels & Angel GroupsAngels: Investing their personal money. Where investors have a formalised family office, they should be included in the VCs tab

Angel Groups: Affiliations of angels where no investment manager makes an investment decision or manages the portfolio - the kind of group that typically meets 4-12 times per year.
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(c) 2017
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Contents
VCs
Accelerators
Other Sites
Startups Fundraising
Angels