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Backed by the world’s leading infrastructure investors.

RedEye is privately held, backed by institutional and private investors including Macquarie Capital, Energy Innovation Capital, and the Queensland Investment Corporation.

Founded in Queensland in 2012 with global expansion in mind, RedEye has grown rapidly to almost 100 staff across Brisbane, Las Vegas, Houston, Denver, Wellington, and Manilla. Our clients use RedEye to manage critical assets with a total value over $200 billion AUD in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Turkey, and North America.
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Australianbased independent investment bank and financial services company.  Macquarie is the world’s largest infrastructure asset manager with more than 14,000 staff in 25 countries and A$495 BN assets under management.

Based in the United States, Energy Innovation Capital (EIC) invests in innovative companies with clients in global oil, gas or energy markets. With deep industry expertise and strong relationships across the energy sectors, the EIC have created an ecosystem of industry leaders dedicated to innovation in energy.

We’re excited to partner with RedEye to help scale in the United States and beyond.

The Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC) is a state government owned corporation and one of Australia’s largest institutional fund managers. Delivering to investors not just in Australia, but globally, these networks give QIC access to quality alternative assets with a focus on infrastructure, real estate, and private capital.

RedEye is a true Queensland success story, their solutions are used by many of world’s leading utilities, mining companies, and infrastructure asset owners. 

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RedEye has also developed a strategic relationship with the Queensland Government to support our growth as a Queensland start-up with global aspirations, particularly through Trade and Investment Queensland (TIQ), Advance Queensland and the QIC Business Development Fund.   

TIQ has assisted in identifying pathways and opportunities that have helped RedEye grow and enter international markets. TIQ Acting Chief Executive Officer Paul Martyn recently said start-ups thinking about going global can take inspiration from RedEye’s success.

Understanding where your start-up sits competitively in the global market, doing your research on your target clients and visiting overseas markets is pivotal to successful international expansion.

Our strong relationship with Trade and Investment Queensland (TIQ) has been critical to our international growth as a Queensland startup, joining David Cameriengo, GM Technology Accelerator TIQ, at one of TIQ’s trade missions.

Since our (TIQ) mining trade mission to MINExpo in Las Vegas, RedEye has remained deeply engaged with TIQ’s team in North America, participating in a number of activities and also supporting other Queensland companies with their US market entry.

Donna Massie, Trade and Investment Commissioner – Middle East and North Africa, TIQ recently described RedEye as one of the most professional and proactive Queensland companies with which TIQ have had the pleasure to engage.

They have always entered the market very well prepared with market understanding and the necessary support materials to allow the Queensland Government to present RedEye at the highest level. Their follow-up and continued engagement are outstanding and we are confident that RedEye will obtain success in the Middle East region with their strategic and professional approach.”

TIQ’s Houston-based Trade and Investment Commissioner for North America, David Camerlengo, met RedEye at the 2012 MINExpo conference in Las Vegas and was highly impressed with what he saw.

I learned of RedEye’s solution and technology at that conference, and given my engineering background, I immediately saw the value in the RedEye solution and the potential in North America.

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