Fundraising in Australia - An Open Source List
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Fundraising in Australia - An Open Source List
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What is this?
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This is a crowd-sourced list of active investors in the Australian startup ecosystem. The AirTree team (www.airtree.vc) have seeded this using public data sources and input from the ecoystem, but it's really designed to be a "living" document that's owned by the community. Please add investors or update details as appropriate - please just make sure you use it responsibly!
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For founders:
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This is a resource for founders. We all know how hard it is figuring out who and and when to approach for funding - hopefully this document makes navigating the world of investors a little easier as you plan your next round!
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For investors:
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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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If you have any feedback, please get in touch: tina@airtree.vc
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Contents
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VCsProfessional investors actively investing in technology 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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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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Accelerators/ Co-working spaces- A fixed-term, cohort-based program, including mentorship and educational components, that culminates in a public pitch event or demo-day; or
- A co-working space that offers additional opportunities to founders, e.g. networking, fundraising contacts
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GrantsThis is a list of grants for start-ups and small/medium businesses to apply for.
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Venture DebtProviders of venture debt options to in the technology/start-up ecosystem.
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Other ResourcesThis is a list of helpful websites and newsletters in the StartupAUS community
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Startups FundraisingThis is a list of Australian startups fundraising and should serve as a reference for angel investors, VCs and accelerators to also reach out from the other side of the table if they find interest
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(c) 2020
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