Sydney Seed Fund
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Over the last few months Benjamin Chong, Ari Klinger and Garry Visontay have been meeting with members of the Sydney startup community to talk about the new Sydney Seed Fund. Today it has been announced they are now officially in business, with investors having put in already $1.9 million into the fund. The trio are still open for more investment for a little while longer.
The Sydney Seed fund is a new early stage investment fund, which has been launched by some of the best Sydney based tech entrepreneurs and investors on the scene. In addition to funding startups up to $100,000 the team will be building and supporting the Sydney Seed Fund ecosystem, which is aiming to leverage the relationships from all of their supporters.