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Lockdown tips for R U OK? Day

By |September 9th, 2021|

In the spirit of healthy mindful habits to get us all through lockdown as a community – the Alberts team wanted to share what we're reading and how we're looking after our minds in these times. 

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Alberts extends EAP to portfolio founders

By |August 30th, 2021|

At Alberts – we believe thriving minds help keep our world vibrant. As such, mental health and wellbeing is critically important. We have embedded this belief into many of our processes and indeed have an impact pillar for investing in this space! One program we've had to support this, is using an EAP (Employee Assistance Program) for our staff and board. It's designed to provide confidential external and free support to employees who are worried or stressed about a work or personal issue and to be a resource available to them when needed. This year we've decided to extend our

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Renowned family business launches $16 million impact fund

By |July 8th, 2021|

An iconic Australian music company known for supporting artists such as AC/DC and the Easybeats has established its own impact fund, looking to back a new generation of pioneers working to solve society’s most pressing issues. Read more about what Pro-bono had to say here.

Alberts launch impact investing fund

By |June 29th, 2021|

This week, Alberts, who have been backing Australian pioneers for 137 years, officially announced its first $16m early-stage impact venture fund. Here's what the AFR had to say.

Sendle closes $19m funding round

By |June 24th, 2021|

Sendle delivery service has closed a $19 million funding round to help support the business during the frantic e-commerce delivery boom triggered by the COVID-19 lockdowns. Sendle offers a greener delivery service, which Alberts Impact Ventures have backed alongside Rampersand, King River Capital, amongst others. The full article can be read here