Pathzero is a pioneering emissions management platform that enables small and medium-sized enterprises (SME’s) to measure their carbon footprint, reduce their impact, and share their carbon neutrality all through a self-serve web application.
The company is a success story of the Antler global start-up generator program, which facilitates early-stage venture capital for start-up companies.
This latest round of investments was backed by Antler, Black Nova Group and former Australian Ethical Investment chief executive Phil Vernon, along with former Westpac chief executive Brian Hartzer and former GetUp! director and activist Simon Sheik.
G+T partner and head of Fintech practice Peter Reeves advised the startup, along with lawyer Richard Francis. They commented “we were delighted to be able to help Pathzero as it sets out to tackle such an important task to help businesses achieve carbon neutrality. We are generally very inspired by Antler’s approach to launching Australia’s new technology companies.”
G+T’s Startup practice is designed to provide founders with comprehensive advice to set them on the path to success. It is made up of leading practitioners in the areas of Fintech and Venture Capital who work closely with the firm’s Capital Markets and M&A teams.