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Sustainable Fintech Fund

The world's top accelerator, Startupbootcamp, is closing its Sustainable Fintech Fund on July 1st. With a track record of accelerating over 1600 startups and an impressive 7.4x return*, this is your chance to invest in 30 groundbreaking global startups driving sustainability through finance. Don't miss out—act now to join the future of fintech! *Disclaimer: historic returns does not guarantee future returns

Applications close on Monday, 1 July 2024 UTC

Fund Overview

What You Could Be A Part Of

  • $5M Sustainable Fintech Fund investing in 30 early stage GLOBAL startups.
  • Investing in startups from all over the globe, not just Australia.
  • First Cohort Funded Nov 2023 with 10 global startups.
  • Diversified and de-risked investment opportunity
  • Historical returns of 7.4x multiple average across global funds over 10 years.*
  • Be part of the selection process and program (not obligatory).
  • Become part of a community of more than 5000+ international investors and mentors
  • Invitations and opportunities to join groundbreaking events.

* Disclaimer: past performance does not guarantee future performance.

Sustainab;e

See where your Investment is Going!

Introducing the first 10 Sustainable Fintech Startups from the 2023 Cohort:

Management Team

Trevor Townsend is CEO and Co-Founder of Startupbootcamp Australia (SBC), with extensive experience in business in various roles as a business owner, investor and corporate advisor. As a business owner, Trevor has sold a company and launched 3 IPOs. He is passionate about business and technology, and as an entrepreneur is passionate about helping bring new ideas to life. He is interested in the big topics that shape our future, including energy, climate change and sustainability, finance and economics and the impact of technology on the future of work. Trevor is also passionate about sport and wellbeing. He is an experienced angel investor with a specific interest in technology investments in startups and early-stage companies. His diverse background includes industry experience in Finance, Telco, Energy and I.T. professional services markets.

Trevor Townsend

CEO, Startupbootcamp Australia

Richard Celm is the cofounder and Executive Program Director at SBC Australia. He has been active in the start-up community as a founder, investor and mentor since 2001, when he invested and took an active role in eatfresh.com. Having mentored in Startupbootcamp programs in Denmark, London, Barcelona and the University of Cambridge Queen's Young Leaders Programme, his expertise lies in building, promoting and supporting start-up founders, using experience gained working in Australia, Europe and the United States of America. Since returning to Australia in 2014, Mr. Celm has also played a strategic role in accelerating the development of the Tasmanian start-up scene, working with the local start-up community, university and government as an adviser.

Richard Celm

Executive Program Director, Startupbootcamp Australia

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Applications close on Monday, 1 July 2024 UTC

Disclaimer

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