BIP Capital Partners
BIP Capital Partners provide unmatched opportunities for Baxter IP clients in accessing capital. Startup company clients that meet the capital partners introduction criteria will be provided with a warm introduction to the partner and are guaranteed a response. Clients that don’t meet the criteria can be sure to receive helpful feedback.
As the first patent & trade mark attorney firm in Australia to establish partnerships with angel investor networks and technology funds, we’re pleased to partner with three leading (and to be leading) players in Pre-Seed, Seed & Series A level funding from the outset.
Now let’s introduce the BIP Capital Partners:
Ten13 is an angel investment syndicate led by the family office of Steve Baxter (no relation to Chris Baxter) and have been producing top quartile investment returns since 2011. Ten13’s philosophy of ‘network-based investing’ means investees benefit from the value of their 12,000+ connections worldwide. Steve is well known for his time as a ‘shark’ on Ten’s Shark Tank television show.
Eleanor Venture was founded by one of Australia’s leading M&A lawyers, Kylie Fraser and is one of Australia’s larger tech-focussed angel investment syndicates.Their pool of private investors can assist with your ‘asks’ as you scale and Eleanor can help with follow-on rounds too. Kylie is a regular contributor at Wade Institute’s VC Catalyst; The Australian Graduate School of Management’s Angel Education Program and Airtree Ventures’ Explorer Program.
Galileo Ventures was founded by James Alexander and Hugh Stephens to back entrepreneurs with a $200,000 in pre-seed investment and coaching through their unique 12 month accelerator programme. James previously founded the Incubate accelerator at USYD and grew it to the reputation it has today and Hugh Stephens founded Sked Social.
If you’re a client of Baxter IP and are interested in learning more simply ask your attorney whether you’re eligible to run through the BIP Capital Partners program and we’ll take it from there. It’s that easy.