Antler backs the world's most driven founders, from day zero to greatness. We support co-founder matching and provide business model validation. We invest initial capital, follow-on funding and leverage our global platform to help our portfolio companies scale.

* For the September residency, French founders will need to relocate to Amsterdam, Berlin, or Munich.

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The residency & investment terms

The 10-week in-person residency, which runs twice a year in February and August, is designed to promote team formation, idea validation, testing and building. It culminates with an investment committee where teams pitch for Pre-Seed funding from Antler.

If successful at the investment committee, your Company will receive AU$225,000 for a 12% equity stake. At this point, Antler takes a AU$68,000 platform fee. This sees the Company receive AU$157,000 net at a pre-money valuation of AU$1,650,000.

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What Antler looks for

Whether you're an individual looking for a co-founder to launch your next startup or an existing team looking for your first VC cheque, we want to work with you.

Think serial founders, commercial leaders, technical builders, and domain experts - combined with people who demonstrate “Founder DNA”: the grit, drive and tenacity to succeed at all costs.


Looking for a co-founder

You must be able to attend our full-time 11-week Residency in person in either Sydney or Melbourne. You must also have full working rights in Australia to be eligible. If this timing doesn’t work for you, we hold three intakes a year.

If you're still wondering if this is right for you, come along to one of our upcoming AMA sessions which explore the benefits of partnering with a VC, how to build a VC-backed business, insights from former CTOs who have transitioned to entrepreneurship and the value of building with a co-founder.

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Already have the dream team?

Do you already have a team and are ready to start building. Joining Antler gives you the opportunity to build alongside like-minded, ambitious founders.

Build long-lasting relationships, gain access to coaching, network resources, investor introductions, and valuable support—regardless of your idea’s stage

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What should I expect from Antler?


Team formation & idea validation

Be surrounded by some of the most exceptional, hungry and talented people in Australia to find your perfect co-founder. Participate in masterclasses, design sprints and social events designed to increase your speed and success rate in forming a strong team and validating a VC-backable idea and business model.

Launching & investment

Once teams are formed they work on a rapid trajectory building an MVP, testing market-fit and securing first customers, guided by a dedicated coach. This prepares them to pitch at Antler's investment committee for Pre-Seed funding. If successful, you'll receive $225,000 for a 12% equity stake. At this point, Antler takes a $68,000 platform fee. If you don't receive funding, we don't take a platform fee and we'll sit down and tell you why we didn't invest—100% transparency.


Portfolio & community

We think of ourselves an extension of our founders’ teams, here to maximise a founder’s success for the entire life cycle of the company. This means we are a long-term capital partner providing follow-on funding and introductions to tier-one VC firms we work with. And you'll join the world’s fastest-growing communities of early-stage founders across six continents with whom you can learn from and connect with.

Unmatched capital pathway for global success

Since 2019, Antler in Australia has worked and invested in hundreds of early-stage startups working to build a better future.


Portfolio companies


Receive external funding within a year of Antler's investment


Raised in third-party capital by Antler's portfolio in Australia


Valuation for 17 Australia portfolio companies


Antler portfolio companies raise capital from other leading VCs

Founder testimonials

Don't just take it from us. Hear from phenomenal people who joined Antler in Australia to launch their company.

Nick Glynn


Antler enabled me to step up from leading a single function in a company, product engineering, to being a co-founder.

Skye Theodorou


The opportunity to work with people who are experts in so many fields and industries, while you're in a structured program where you can get support on a range of challenges that startups face, it’s a win.

Charbel Ayoub


The last two years launching and scaling Pathzero has been exhilarating, challenging and an incredible learning curve. My involvement with Antler early on opened my eyes to a new horizon that I’d never considered before.

Bree Pagonis


We had never stepped foot in the startup space before. Antler’s support from initial ideation through to setting us up for success when pitching to external investors was invaluable.

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Our Team

A better future will not happen automatically—the world needs talented, driven, and resilient people to build it. By helping thousands of founders launch and scale the next generation of great companies, our vision is to make progress inevitable.

Mike Abbott

Mike is a Partner at Antler Australia and co-leads the Australia operations. He's a seasoned operator and investor who kickstarted his career in equity capital markets and mergers and acquisitions.

Mike's journey with Uber began as the second employee in Asia and the 121st globally. As the Head of Operations for Australia and New Zealand, he played a pivotal role in building a thriving multi-billion-dollar business locally. Over the course of six years, he witnessed the local team's remarkable growth, scaling it from just three members to a formidable team of over 500. This experience gave him invaluable insights into scaling businesses and driving growth in challenging markets.

Following his time at Uber, Mike co-founded and led Kaddy, a B2B marketplace. Under his leadership as CEO, Kaddy was acquired for $34 million within three years. 

Mike also brings over 20 years of investment experience, including numerous direct and indirect angel investments. His diverse background and extensive experience have made him a sought-after advisor and mentor, offering valuable insights to early stage businesses.

Stefan Knight
Director, Queensland

Stefan is leading Antler in Australia's expansion into Queensland as Director of the state. He has a proven track record of leadership, innovation and results at companies such as ClimateSalad, AWS, GorillaStack, Telstra's accelerator, muru-D, and Dimension Data. Stefan has been in tech startups since the 90s, holding roles in development, systems engineering, product management, product marketing, business development, corporate development and sales. He has built customer facing teams, partner programs and channels globally for startups and enterprises.

Stephen "Stennie" Steneker
VP of Engineering

Stennie is a highly skilled engineer and former founder with deep experience running and cultivating developer communities. He spent the most recent decade in various directorships across MongoDB, has built and operated his own development agency, co-founded and sold an online DVD rental business, and was the founding engineer of Yahoo! Australia & New Zealand. Stennie leads our innovative engineering and product team to architect, implement, and scale the vision for our global technology platform supporting founders from day zero through to greatness.

James McClure and Mike Abbott

James and Mike co-lead the Australia operations of Antler as partners based out of Canberra (ACT) and Sydney (NSW), respectively. James is a seasoned C-level exec who brings 15+ years of tech operating experience across EMEA, APAC and the US. Mike has over 20 years of investment experience and is an established operator and investor, including numerous direct and indirect angel investments.

Mike Abbott

Mike is a Partner at Antler Australia and co-leads the Australia operations. He's a seasoned operator and investor who kickstarted his career in equity capital markets and mergers and acquisitions.

Mike's journey with Uber began as the second employee in Asia and the 121st globally. As the Head of Operations for Australia and New Zealand, he played a pivotal role in building a thriving multi-billion-dollar business locally. Over the course of six years, he witnessed the local team's remarkable growth, scaling it from just three members to a formidable team of over 500. This experience gave him invaluable insights into scaling businesses and driving growth in challenging markets.

Following his time at Uber, Mike co-founded and led Kaddy, a B2B marketplace. Under his leadership as CEO, Kaddy was acquired for $34 million within three years. 

Mike also brings over 20 years of investment experience, including numerous direct and indirect angel investments. His diverse background and extensive experience have made him a sought-after advisor and mentor, offering valuable insights to early stage businesses.

Seamus Dines-Mutaner
Portfolio Associate

Seamus is a Portfolio Associate supporting active Australian portfolio companies, completing due diligence in follow-on investments, and fostering relationships with other investors in the VC ecosystem. Seamus previously worked as a Management Consultant at L.E.K. Consulting where he worked on a variety of projects across transaction due diligence, strategy and performance improvement, including high profile acquisitions in a range of industries. Prior to this, he worked for a biotechnology group and also completed an internship with KPMG in their Policy, Programs and Evaluation team.

Jason Li
Investment Analyst

Jason is responsible for supporting the preparation and delivery of feedback forms, founder resources and tools, and workshops. Primarily working across Formation and Validation as well as Due Diligence, he strives to ensure founders have an enjoyable and productive experience at Antler Australia. He is also the Consulting Director of 180 Degrees Consulting where he facilitates pro-bono consulting for some of Australia’s largest NFPs, such as headspace and Redkite.

Maeve Couch
Manager, Marketing and Communications

As the Marketing and Communications Manager, Maeve is focussed on bolstering Antler Australia's marketing and media presence while helping nurture and build robust digital and physical identities for their Australian founder cohorts. Working with startups for over 5 years, including the fintech Cape as their Marketing Manager and through her own digital marketing company, she has amplified a diverse suite of companies from their inception to global expansion.

Akhil Sharma
Director, Investments

Akhil is responsible for Antler’s Pre-Launch delivery, overall improvement of investment processes, and is Melbourne’s lead founder-facing presence. He has over 7 years of experience in strategy and operations at Uber and Agoda and more recently leading the Scaleup Program for later stage startups at EnergyLab, one of Australia’s most prominent climate tech accelerators.

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Michael Kron
Associate Partner (Australia)

Michael leads Australia's investor relationships and regional capital function and is responsible for driving Antler's capital raising best practices across 6 continents and 15 Antler funds. Michael is an advisory and capital raising expert, having advised startups and corporates for 10+ years, founded a renewable energy company and supported Square Peg to raise US$500m across two funds.

Rachel Guest
Senior Manager, Program

Rachel leads the community function and delivery for Pre-Launch founders at Antler. This involves managing all cohort operations for the Antler founders in the Formation and Validation stage of the process, curating learning and development content. Prior to joining Antler, Rachel had over 10 years of experience in tertiary education with the Australian Graduate School of Management.

Xavier Burton
Manager, Finance

Xavier is the Finance Manager in Australia. He previously served clients as a Strategy, Finance & Risk Consultant across Public and Private sector contexts’ while holding leadership positions with KPMG and Coras. Prior to moving back to Australia in 2014, he was a Public Company Auditor with EY in the United States. Xavier is a Chartered Accountant and previously a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Illinois.

Yash Dave
Analyst, Investments

Yash is an analyst in the Investments team, ensuring the Pre-Launch delivery runs smoothly and supports the founder experience, with a focus on the Melbourne community. He is currently studying Bachelor of Science (Honours) at Monash University specialising in research commercialisation and impact entrepreneurship.

Jai Singh
Associate, Investments

Jai, an Associate in the Investments team, is responsible the legal execution of Antler’s investment in its portfolio companies. He supports fund performance reporting and other strategic fund initiatives. Jai helps founders on their 0-to-1 journey by validating ideas, delivering masterclasses and providing coaching.Prior to Antler, he spent 3 years as a Management Consultant at Deloitte.

Skye Theodorou
Co-founder & CEO
Nick Glynn
Zoe Thompson
Head of Finance, APAC

Zoe is responsible for leading Antler’s finance function across the APAC region, including our key APAC markets of Australia, China, India, Japan and Korea. She has 10 years of professional experience spanning Private Clients sector at PwC in Sydney, and working across Audit, Business and Personal Tax Service. Prior to Antler, she worked in London as the UK Financial Controller of a large multinational cybersecurity company.

Will Griffiths
Investment Manager, APAC

Will is responsible for assisting founders with ideas and pitches, and general Pre-Launch delivery. He is also involved in fund performance reporting and analysis. In an APAC capacity, Will is responsible for assisting with the launch of new fund locations (i.e. Japan, Korea and China), and implementing new initiatives across the region. He has 3 years of experience as a Management Consultant at LEK Consulting.

Steve Gledden
Venture Partner

Steve is a Venture Partner and Advisor for Antler Sydney, providing advice and guidance to founders in the program on corporate strategy, fundraising and strategic partnerships. Steve is the former co-founder, Chief Revenue Officer and EVP Corporate Strategy at aiPod, an Idealab company developing City Integrated Autonomous Mobility. He's also a mentor at 500 startups, Venture Partner at Forward Partners in London, and active investor and advisor to multiple startups in the UK and Australia.

Sam Hilditch
Head of Melbourne

Sam is responsible for all operations and strategy from Antler Australia's Melbourne Office, and also leads our Pre-Launch cohort. Prior to this, Sam was the head of Product Strategy and a Product Manager at Airwallex, the fastest Australian company to become a unicorn. He was also the General Manager of Airbnb UK and Northern Europe, Airbnb's #2 territory globally, throughout COVID-19 and Airbnb's IPO in 2020. Sam holds an MBA from the University of Oxford, and Commerce and Law degrees from the University of Adelaide.

Natasha Badrov
Program Coordinator

Natasha is the Program Coordinator for Antler in Australia. She supports the Program Team in running an inspiring, motivating and engaging program for each of the Antler Cohorts. She has a background in Events, L&D and Education Outreach and has a passion for ensuring everyone feels heard, seen and empowered. Prior to Antler Natasha was contracting at Google where she was in the Education Outreach team and was also on the board of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Business Association as an Event Director.

Matthew Browne
Venture Partner

Matthew is a Venture Partner and Advisor for Antler Sydney, mentoring and guiding Antler founders. Matthew is also the CEO and co-founder of Donesafe, a market leading governance, risk and compliance platform, co-founder of Whispli, a secure, anonymous, two-way communication platform and founding advisor to a number of startups including Ezi Debt Collection, Goanna Solutions and MeFleet. Prior to this, Matthew held senior roles in health and safety, strategy and governance with Commonwealth Bank, Leighton Contractors, Arrium and Nine Entertainment.

Markus Jacobi
Associate Director, Portfolio

Markus is an Associate Director at Antler in Sydney. Prior to joining Antler, Markus worked as a Management Consultant at Bain & Company in Germany and previously spent his time across the globe to improve the business of early-stage investors as well as to support startups grow and get funded.

Lauren Williams
Venture Partner

As well as being a venture partner at Antler, Lauren is a non-executive director of three online businesses Cashrewards (ASX:CRW), Carbar and iSeekplant. Previously Lauren has led start ups and scale ups. She was CEO of CarsGuide for five years during which time she grew the business significantly resulting in an exit to Cox Automotive (USA). She founded Getaway Lounge (for Nine Entertainment) which was sold and became Luxury Escapes. She has worked in digital for nearly twenty years with senior roles at BBC Worldwide (UK and Aus), Nine Entertainment and Fairfax Media.

Laura Faulconer
Associate Partner

Laura is the Director of Portfolio for Antler in Australia. She leads the process of providing post-investment support and resource allocation to enable portfolio company and fund success. She is also building new network relationships to attract an even broader range of people joining the Antler portfolio. Laura has founded several successful Australian and international deep tech accelerator programs and has been on investment and portfolio teams in early-stage venture capital.

Jeeva Suresh
Venture Partner

Jeeva is a Venture Partner at Antler and is a founding partner of Helix collective, a software engineering consultancy and venture studio. Over the last seven years he has built and launched products for clients large (Macquarie, Canva, Sydney Airport, Scentre) and growing (around Series A: Qwilr, Veyor, PowerlinesPro, etc).

India Morish
Senior Manager, Scouting

India is responsible for leading the attraction, assessment and securing of all founders joining the Pre-Launch cohorts for Antler Australia. She has been with Antler for over two years, and has played a key role in recruiting the past 8 cohorts. Before Antler, India was a Managing Consultant at Robert Walters, a global recruitment consultancy, where she spent nearly five years specialising in building teams.

Grace Wearne
Senior Manager, Marketing & Comms

Grace is responsible for strengthening and bolstering Antler’s brand presence in Australia. With a passion for tech and innovation communications, Grace has over six years of experience in helping Aussie and global disruptors tell their stories. Prior to Antler, she worked at GoFundMe Australia and award-winning tech PR agency, Sling & Stone. She competed in SpaceX's Hyperloop Pod competition in 2016.

Charlie Wood
Venture Partner

A 25+ year veteran of the tech' industry, Charlie has held roles from startup founder to global scale up leader. Currently, he is working on a few new startups/projects and advisory roles across Australian startups and scale ups and is the founder of a venture consulting business - NightBadger. As well as being Venture Partner at Antler, Charlie is Strategic Advisor at KPMG High Growth Ventures.

Akshat Agarwal
Manager, Investments

Akshat is an Investments and Scouting Manager at Antler Australia based in the Sydney Office. He was the first employee in the Antler Australia Office.He has led and supported several roles in startups ranging from fintech, edtech and SaaS. Prior to Antler he led a NFP, Textbook Ventures with the aim of educating all students in Australia about entrepreneurship.

Susie Sugden

Susie is a CEO with a track record scaling startups into market leaders. Focused on consumer, and consumer tech, with experience working across Southeast Asia and Australia.

Yingzhao Zhu
Former Senior Associate

Yingzao is formerly a Senior Associate at Antler. She is now a final-year Master student (majoring in teaching) at the University of Sydney and is a self-started marketer and copywriter.

Penny Locaso
Happiness Hacker
Bede Moore
Chief Commercial Officer

Bede was the Founding Managing Partner of Antler Australia and is now the firm's Chief Commercial Officer. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in starting and scaling technology led digital businesses. Before Antler, Bede was the CEO of Sydney’s peak technology industry body, TechSydney, and prior to this he was the co-founder and managing director of Indonesia’s largest ecommerce site, Lazada, which was acquired by Alibaba in 2017 for US$3.5 billion.

Anthony Millet
Partner, Co-head

Anthony is a partner of Antler Australia and a Global Partner, Co-Head of Antler Capital. Anthony is an experienced entrepreneur and CEO that has co-founded, scaled and sold market-leading businesses globally in the financial services and ecommerce retail sectors. Prior to joining Antler, Anthony was the co-founder and CEO of BrickX where he successfully launched the business, led it through $9m in Series A funding from high profile VC's including Westpac's Reinventure and NAB Ventures, and scaled BrickX to over 12,000 investors.

Aswathi Thandassery
Strategy Consultant
Adam Ross
Founder and Co-CEO
HuiLin Chin
Sabbatical / Postgrad
Matt Browne
Siobhan O'Toole
Independent Consultant
Snow Li
Psychosocial Projects Lead
Christian Wanner
Venture Partner
Sarah Kimmorley
Vice President

Sarah is responsible for scaling Antler’s presence in Australia by delivering operational efficiencies and frameworks across the firm. Sarah is also responsible for Antler Australia’s marketing and brand presence, partnerships and business development, and people and culture. Before joining Antler, Sarah was the General Manager at Business Insider Australia and Gizmodo Media Group, leading four globally renowned digital media brands in Australia.

Adele Moynihan
Associate Partner

Adele is responsible for leading Scouting and Angel fundraising. Scouting is a pivotal function for Antler to secure exceptional founders to build businesses with the Fund. Turning to fundraising, Antler holds a powerful angel community that deploys post Antler's initial investment. Prior to Antler, she was an early hire of now unicorn SafetyCulture and with corporate VC the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) Digital Ventures.

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Four years and one Fund on, a lot has changed at Antler Australia. In this new series, the global early-stage VC reveals how it's working with founders from day zero, path to its first 100 Australian investments, introduces two new Partners, and announces some of the best terms for founders in the country.

How To Find A Co-Founder In Australia

Entrepreneurship can be a challenging and rewarding journey, but it is not one that should be taken alone. A co-founder is an essential element in building a successful startup.

Antler Australia's Residency Structure: A comprehensive guide for aspiring founders

Embarking on the entrepreneurial path can be intimidating and riddled with uncertainty and potential risks. Challenges may arise for founders in identifying the perfect co-founder, affirming their concept's viability, or establishing a network and solid route to funding. Antler Australia's residency offers a well-organised framework, mitigating the hazards associated with startup creation.


Who is an Antler founder?

Humans rarely fit into neat categories, but broadly speaking it is those with the skills relevant to early-stage business building combined with Founder DNA.

The backgrounds we think great founders come from include:

  • Returning founders: Tried and tested founders who have valuable experience through successes and/or failures and are ready to build their next venture.
  • Business leaders: Commercial pros with strengths in go-to-market, business model building, and securing customers and capital.
  • Technology and Product leaders: Builders with their hands on in the code base, architecting scalable systems, or setting and executing the product vision and leading teams.
  • Subject matter pros or functional experts: Those with a specialised skill set that unlocks the idea behind a business usually from professional or academic experience. These individuals have identified an unmet customer need in their field, under-utilised technology, or hold Intellectual Property that can be commercialised
  • 0 to 1: Seasoned in startups and highly knowledgeable in early-stage through to hypergrowth, these individuals have held defining roles in the growth journey of companies.
  • Visionaries: Those who have exceptional, unique, and non-conventional backgrounds and see the world differently, complemented with strong grit and hustle to be successful.
How long is a Residency?

Participation is full-time for roughly 11 weeks. However, this timing is not set as there is potential for you to reach an earlier Investment Committee or roll into the next cohort. We take three intakes a year: January, May and August.

How do I know if I’m eligible to apply?

You must have full working rights in Australia to be eligible. It is a legal requirement under Australian law to be either an Australian citizen, hold Permanent Residence or a permanent visa to be a Director of a company. 

Where does the Residency take place?

Antler is best experienced in person via our locations in Sydney and Melbourne. This best positions you to find a co-founder, integrate into the cohort and Antler more broadly, and enable us to get to know you. 

If you are not located within easy travel of either location we require you to spend at least 3 weeks in one or a mix of both. To allow for founders from each location to receive a comparable experience, and enable founders to meet and facilitate cross-location co-founding teams, some sessions are run virtually.

Terms of Investment

We share our full term sheet for transparency at the point of offering places to join Antler and terms are fixed.

If, after pitching to Antler’s Investment Committee, you are successful in receiving funding your company will receive AU$225,000 for a 12% equity stake. At this point, Antler takes a $68,000 program fee. 

The company receives $157,000 net at a pre-money valuation of $1,650,000. 

In addition to this, you may also receive $1,500 in the initial weeks and an additional $1,500 if you progress into the Due Diligence stage. 

This is designed to cover your basic living costs and does not constitute an investment.

Why does Antler take a program fee?

Due to the hands-on nature of our operations and global support services, at the point of Antler’s investment, a $68,000+GST fee is taken. This fee will be deducted from the gross investment amount paid to your company. 

This allows us to provide significant ongoing support to the scaling of your company.

The fee is taken from the Antler investment so if you do not receive a successful outcome from pitching at the Investment Committee no payment is owed. 

Does Antler invest in solo founders?

Antler has a strong bias toward co-founding teams, with the average consisting of 2.3 founders. 

We do have examples of solo founders in our portfolio but they are few. 

Antler believes in co-founders because:

  • As a Day Zero investor, a solo founder represents a significant key person risk to the company.
  • We back complementary, non-overlapping teams. This means two or three founders who can own functions of the business fitting to their areas of expertise. (Eg. tech + domain.) This gives the founding team the breadth to execute at pace and clear ownership and decision-making ability. It also negates the need to outsource costly areas of the business to increase run rate.
  • Founder health is vital and operating as a co-founding team enables you to spread not just the operational but also the emotional load of launching and scaling a company.
What happens if I don’t find a co-founder?

Joining Antler gives you access to a vetted talent pool of potential co-founders. However, if you do not find a co-founder in your cohort, you are not restricted to the four walls of Antler and we encourage you to do your own external search. In this case, we will ask you to introduce them to us and we will conduct an interview. If that goes well, we will send them a Letter of Offer to join you in the current cohort.

Another option is that, via an invitation by us, you can join the next Antler cohort as a returning founder. We have many examples where we have backed a team that initially started in separate cohorts.

What type of companies does Antler invest in?

Antler is business model and industry agnostic. This can be seen via the breadth of our portfolio

Globally, Antler has invested in over 1,000+ companies to date across many industries. In Australia, we have an active portfolio size of >100 companies that is well-balanced across different sectors. We have:

  • Enterprise SaaS startups operating in construction site management, cyber security, Talent management, and computer vision. 
  • Digital platforms in verticals such as health, learning, and pet services. 
  • Services and D2C in waste management, consumer loyalty, fashion and personalised books. 
  • Fintech and Insurtech startups within SME lending and new insurance products covering a range of industries such as SaaS, FinTech, GreenTech, and ConsumerTech.
Do I need to apply with a business idea?

At Antler, we accept founders with and without ideas. We know that in early-stage business building a lot can change, ideas pivot and business models are adapted, which is why we primarily back the team’s ability to execute.

This means you can join Antler with your skill set to bring to another’s idea. If you are wanting to work on a formed idea, we will test your founder-problem fit i.e. what gives you the unfair advantage to win in your chosen area?

Equally, teams with formed ideas and initial validation can join. In this case, our fixed terms are the same so if you have already taken on capital this should be a consideration.

Learn more

At Antler, we believe that founders with drive, grit, and vision are the keys to a better future. 

But as founders embark on their entrepreneurial journey, there are some nuanced questions to consider. 

Have you found the right idea? Do you need another co-founder? Can you afford to take a pay cut?

We want to help. 

That’s why we’ve curated a list of resources to help you go from day zero to greatness. 

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