World Series Season, Sydney 23 February 2024
The Australian hub is filled with exciting entrepreneurs and innovation from around Australia and beyond.
Companies that are looking to connect and choose their best Venture Capitalists in their views to go into business is always a considerate match making process, sometimes complex in final deals. Founders would like to be sure that they have the best possible investor match for their company’s vision. On the other hand, what the the VCs can offer in terms of resources, network and experience.
The Venture Capital World Summit with its own diversity, offers unique perspectives for our attendees and investees. Our vision and offering is based in helping and making companies grow fast by succeeding and reaching worldwide markets.
VCs are investing in a wide range of innovations from robotics, artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, augmented reality, virtual reality, blockchain, quantum computing, internet of things, healthtech, foodtech, cleantech, proptech, among others.
At our event in Sydney, we are bringing our local and international partners to the summit, so don’t miss it.
The day will start at 09.00 hours am with registrations and networking. It will include presentations, discussions panels, networking sessions, pitches and meetings throughout the day.
Venture capital in Sydney, Australia is a thriving industry, with a growing number of firms specializing in providing funding and support to startup and early-stage companies. The city is home to a diverse range of industries, including technology, healthcare, and financial services, which has contributed to the success of its venture capital scene.
One of the key players in the Sydney venture capital market is Blackbird Ventures, which has backed companies such as Canva, Prospa, and Culture Amp. Another notable firm is AirTree Ventures, which has invested in companies such as Tyro Payments and Deputy.
In addition to traditional venture capital firms, Sydney is also home to a number of accelerator programs, such as muru-D and Startmate, which provide funding and mentorship to early-stage startups. These programs have helped to foster a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship in the city, and have played a key role in the success of many local startups.
Despite the strong presence of venture capital in Sydney, there is still a need for more funding and support for early-stage companies. According to a report by the Australian Investment Council, Australia lags behind other countries in terms of venture capital investment as a percentage of GDP. However, with the continued growth of the startup ecosystem in Sydney, and the increasing interest in technology and innovation, it is likely that the venture capital industry in the city will continue to thrive in the coming years.