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So, you want to be an entrepreneur? Melbourne info night
6:00pm - 7.30pm

30 min networking (drinks & nibbles), 30 min presentation from Anthony, followed by 30 min Q&A.

FINSIA is giving its members a unique ground floor opportunity to hear about an exciting new venture around innovation and entrepreneurship.

Antler ( is a global startup generator and early-stage VC that is building the next big wave of tech. With the mission to turn exceptional individuals into great founders, Antler aims to create thousands of companies globally. They select the world’s most brilliant and determined people, help them find the right co-founder and connect them to a top tier network of advisors and experts worldwide. Antler breaks the barriers to entrepreneurship by providing funding from day one and building strong teams from the ground up, while enabling founders to rapidly launch and scale their ideas. Founded in 2017, Antler is currently operating in Singapore, Stockholm, London, Amsterdam, Sydney and soon the US and East Africa.

Global startup generator and venture capital firm Antler has launched in a bid to bring as many as 50 new startups into the ecosystem in the space of a year.

The Antler program doesn’t require applicants to have a co-founder, any experience, or even a startup idea. Rather, it is designed to give entrepreneurially minded people the chance to connect and create innovative new companies, while giving them the support to launch and grow — as well as $4,000 a month.

Anthony MilletPartner Anthony Millet, formerly the CEO of BrickX, is part of the team launching Antler, a startup generator and VC company, in Australia.

During his time at BrickX, Anthony formed and launched the highly successful fintech business, led it through $9 million in Series A funding from high profile VC's including Westpac's Reinventure and NAB Ventures, and scaled the company to over 12,000 investors.

He now wants to help other fintech professionals become the founders of influential and disruptive tech companies that will redefine financial services across all areas of fintech, including lending, payments, big data, crypto, blockchain, InsureTech, robo-advice and RegTech.