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AirTree’s Open Source VC Resources

NOTE: We’ve moved all our Open Source VC resources to our website. Please check there for the latest updates.

If you’ve been following us for a while, you’ll know that here at AirTree we are incredibly passionate about opening up the black box that’s venture capital. We get it, building a successful startup is really hard and we want to make it as easy as possible for founders and startup teams.

Thus, in 2017 we began creating and publishing our collection of Open Source VC resources.

Here’s everything we’ve released so far.

✍🏼 Startup Documents & Legal Templates

💿 Lists & Databases

📕 Guides & How To’s

📈 Industry Trends & Analysis

We hope you find this helpful. If there are other topics you are interested in, please feel free to drop us a line at community[at]! 💕




A venture capital fund in Aus and NZ. Working for game-changers. First round. Multiple rounds.

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AirTree is a venture capital fund that supports the most ambitious Australian and Kiwi tech founders. First round, multiple rounds.

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