New associate for Right Click Capital

New associate for Right Click Capital

Sydney-based venture capital firm Right Click Capital has announced the appointment of Ulric Ferner as an associate.

Mr Ferner, who joins Right Click Capital from the Boston Consulting Group, will be responsible for reviewing potential deals, helping founders grow their businesses and supporting the overall start-up community.

He will focus on Right Click Capital's Growth Fund, which invests in and supports high-growth internet and technology businesses in Australia, New Zealand and south-east Asia.

Right Click Capital partner Benjamin Chong said the appointment of Mr Ferner came after an "extensive international search".

"Ulric is a specialist in evaluating investment opportunities, and this expertise – coupled with his deep understanding of the Asia-Pacific marketplace – will be of immediate benefit to Right Click Capital as we continue our investment journey," Mr Chong said.

"He has an immensely successful track record in evaluating the IP [intellectual property] and technologies of start-ups, and will help drive Right Click Capital’s continued focus on investing in early-stage tech companies.

Mr Ferner said he was "incredibly optimistic about local start-ups", adding that the Australian start-up sector is at an "inflection point".

"We have more and more world-leading talent coupled with increasing access to capital and mentorship so companies can grow quickly and win in global markets," he said.

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