Artesian has launched a Southeast Asia Diversified fund, targeting 300 investments across Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines and Greater Mekong.
Website: Southeast Asia VC
Artesian is a full stack venture capital firm (money, networks, knowledge) offering end-to-end venture capital platform for startups at seed, angel & growth stages in Australia, China, SE Asia.
Slideshare: The Future of VC in Australia
Artesian’s Significant Investor Visa (SIV) compliant VC fund provides diversified exposure to early stage ventures with tax-free returns.
AFOF provides investors with tax free exposure to 500-1,000 high growth-potential early stage ventures.
Slideshare: Australian VC Fund (AFOF)
The Sydney Angels Sidecar Funds 1 & 2 makes seed & follow-on investments in capital efficient technology focused startups alongside experienced Sydney Angels’ members.
Slideshare: Sidecar Fund
The Slingshot Venture Fund makes seed & follow-on investments in capital efficient technology focused startups from the Newcastle based Slingshot Accelerator program.
Slideshare: Slingshot Venture Fund
The BlueChilli Venture Fund makes seed & follow-on investments in capital efficient technology focused startups from the Sydney based BlueChilli technology venture incubator.
Website: BlueChilli Venture Fund
The SproutX Venture Capital Fund makes seed & follow-on investments in capital efficient Agtech focused startups from the SproutX accelerator.
Website: SproutX VC Fund
The iAccelerate Seed Fund makes seed & follow-on investments in capital-efficient technology focused startups from the University of Wollongong’s accelerator.
Media: iAccelerate Project
The Clean Energy Seed Fund makes seed & follow-on investments in clean energy focused startups from approved accelerators, incubators, university programs and angel groups. The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) is the cornerstone investor in this fund.
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