Cohort Innovation Space have announced their partnership with Cake, a Queensland-based startup that is helping small to medium-sized companies raise capital, set up employee share schemes and manage their investors.
Cake’s share registery and investor services are simplifying the way startups raise equity and is trusted by some of Australia’s most innovative companies, including ABA Legal Group, Superdraft and Equitise.
In a new partnership deal, Cohort members will receive a 50% discount for Cake’s registry for 12 months, along with a free consultation every 6 months to help businesses plan their raise, employee share scheme or ASIC compliance checks.
Cake Chief Executive Officer, Jason Atkins, said Cake’s solutions for capital raising and employee share schemes free up business owners to concentrate on growing their business.
“Cake automates and simplifies the entire equity raising process and packages up the software features you want, including e-signing, document storage, cloud registry and in-app communication tools.”
“Small business owners and entrepreneurs can save time and money when raising funds from investors, and can implement employee share schemes so that your key people have confidence that their efforts will result in something meaningful” said Mr Atkins.
Cohort’s Chief Executive Officer, Ben Howe said Cake was a no-brainer for businesses looking to raise capital, manage investors or implement an employee share scheme.
“Cake are a fantastic example of a startup that has taken a traditional, paper-based model and digitally re-invented it into an incredibly simple and cost effective solution. Cake are the leading platform to streamline your equity – their model is delivering huge value to the startup community by automating an otherwise complicated process.”
“We’re proud to partner with Cake to support Queensland-led innovation and to further promote their products within our ecosystem. It’s a fantastic chance for Cohort members to access these services at a great price and another great initiative within our community” Mr Howe said.
For more information, contact the team at Cake directly.