Gaia EnviroTech welcomes investment from RFC Ambrian Funds Management

Feb 2, 2024 | Announcements

The Gaia management and team were proud to recently welcome and host our new investors at our first board meeting following the recent equity investment in Gaia EnviroTech by RFC Ambrian Funds Management (RFM). RFM joins the Elphinstone Group and Gekko Systems to form a group of proud and passionate Australian innovators, manufacturers and investors to further leverage Gaia’s bioenergy decarbonisation and circular economy strategy.

The equity investment has been received from the decarbonisation area of RFC Ambrian Funds Management (RFM), a prominent and successful Sydney based technology commercialisation investment business.
Brainstorming, planning, aligning our future vision together was the focus of the board meeting. A special mention to Kelly Elphinstone who steps down from the Gaia board. She has been a wonderful contributor to our success.

Pictured are Sandy Gray, Elizabeth Lewis-Gray, Stefan Skorut (RFM), Kelly Elphinstone, Peter Hansen and Rob Adamson (RFM) during the Gaia Board meeting.

Stefan Skorut, Chief Investment Officer (CIO) at RFC Ambrian Funds Management, expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership, stating: “We are excited to welcome Gaia EnviroTech into our portfolio. The company’s commitment to decarbonisation of the food and agricultural industries aligns seamlessly with our values at RFC Ambrian Funds Management, and we look forward to supporting Gaia’s commitment to expanding its portfolio of operating facilities in Australia and beyond. We are committed to ensuring that this collaboration will yield positive outcomes for both parties.”

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