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AMA With Airtree: Raising Your First Round of Funding During a Crisis
AirTree meets with 1,000+ companies a year who are looking to raise capital and the team is actively investing through this current crisis. Join this session to get to know Elicia and Emily from their investment team, learn more about how the team at AirTree VC invests, and hear their insights about what to consider when capital raising during this unprecedented time.

Key Takeaways

- Preparing for a successful fundraising process
- Insights into AirTree VC’s investment process
- How the fundraising landscape has changed over the past few months.

About the Speakers

Elicia is a Principal at AirTree and has been part of the investment team since 2016. Elicia manages AirTree’s investments in FluroSat and Process St and works closely with other portfolio companies such as Different, Huddle and Qwilr. Prior to AirTree, Elicia worked in Enterprise Sales at LinkedIn and a B2B SaaS start-up in Sydney. She also worked in Investment Banking as part of the Technology, Media and Telecommunications M&A team at Credit Suisse.

Emily is an Investment Manager at AirTree focusing on early-stage investments across Australia and New Zealand. Emily works closely with several of AirTree’s portfolio companies.

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About Fishburners

Fishburners is much more than a coworking space. We are a not for profit, passionate community of 300+ scalable tech startups that only exists thanks to our amazing sponsors - Google for Startups, UTS, Chartered Accountants, and Jobs for NSW.

About Airtree

AirTree is a venture capital fund with a mission to help the most ambitious Australian and Kiwi technology entrepreneurs achieve their vision. As one of the largest and most prominent VC funds in Australia with over half a billion dollars under management, AirTree is an early investor in many break-out tech companies.

Jun 11, 2020 12:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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