Over January, we had the pleasure of hosting Nick Dowling for an internship, here's what he had to say about the experience
The Australian VC sector has come a long way from its capital constrained days, and it's forcing investors to reshape how they do business.
That’s why at Alberts we believe, somewhat sadly, that the best way to achieve a sustainable planetary future is through the same mechanism that has imperilled it, business. Specifically, pioneering entrepreneurs unburdened by a legacy business to defend, working to delink progress and environmental impact.
In the interest of helping founders better understand what we’re looking for we want to be as transparent as possible about our process and investment criteria. We seek to give founders open feedback at each point, and also wanted to share some of the questions we ask internally when evaluating your business.
Getting venture funding can be a daunting and opaque process. To help create some transparency and context, we thought we’d share our selection steps to help you understand what to expect. Screening – Once you reach out, we’ll ask for a pitch-deck on your business. We see >400 deals a
James Beech writes a detailed article for CampdenFB on the back of key findings of the Investing for Global Impact: A Power for Good 2021 report. James goes into detail on the Alberts strategy and how impact is embedded throughout our organisation.
We're proud to see the Muso founders making headlines in the AFR today, read more here. While COVID-19 lockdowns have been terrible for the live music industry, they have forced both artists and venues to become more tech-savvy in order to put on virtual events.