Hear from, US Energy Innovation Capital (EIC) who alongside the Queensland Business Development Fund, lead the recent $10.4m Series B raise in RedEye Apps. George Coyle, Managing Partner and Ben Abadi Managing Director of EIC and well-regarded venture capital investors in the Energy technology industry are “excited to partner with RedEye to help scale in the United States and beyond”.
RedEye co-founder and CEO Wayne Gerard will share some valuable lessons learnt and advice to startsups who are looking to attract offshore capital.
With close to 100 employees and 5 international offices, successful Queensland startup, RedEye offers cloud and mobile-based digital engineering solutions for companies that own and operate critical infrastructure.
What do offshore investors look for? How do you get investment from the Queensland Business Development Fund? How do you reach out to investors? Where do you start? When are you ready for offshore investment? Do you need an offshore parent entity to enable investment? Can offshore investors still have active involvement if you are based in Queensland? Would you recommend offshore investment?
Guest Speakers include:
- Eden Lawrence from QIC – Queensland Business Development Fund
- Wayne Gerard – Co-Founder and CEO of RedEye Apps
- George Coyle, Managing Partner – Energy Innovation Capital
- Ben Abadi, Managing Director – Energy Innovation Capita