ACAC Innovation is a family business. Our small but experienced team, headed by investor Bryce Greig, is here to support our founders with whatever they need, whether it’s advice or a friendly ear.
Bryce Greig is the CEO of ACAC Innovation. He took over the reins from his father and founder, former Bechtel executive Andy Greig, in 2019.
Bryce is an experienced lawyer and businessman whose previous work took him everywhere from the Pilbara in Western Australia to Saudi Arabia.
Having worked for large domestic and international corporations like Norton Rose Fulbright and Bechtel, he knows what a successful business model looks like and how to make it succeed.
Bryce’s credentials have led to him being appointed to the board of several of ACAC Innovation’s startups as a non-executive director, including Healthcare Logic, Gathar, Lawcadia and FlyFreely.
Bryce is passionate about helping people turn their innovative and disruptive ideas into successful ventures, by providing investment, mentoring, support and a co-working space for founders.
In addition to his business acumen, Bryce is chair of the Greig-Asbury Foundation.
The private ancillary fund supports several charities, in particular those focused on finding a cure for Parkinson’s disease and prostate cancer.
Bryce has a bachelor of laws and a graduate diploma of legal practice from Bond University.
He was admitted as a solicitor to the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2012.
Bryce spends his spare time with his partner, two daughters and beloved Great Dane.
He is an avid Brisbane Lions fan and racing enthusiast, and loves being out on the ocean.
Shae is the Communications and Media Manager at ACAC Innovation.
She works with our portfolio companies to grow their public profiles and better communicate with their customers.
Shae is a skilled writer and storyteller with more than 15 years’ experience. A former journalist, she has worked for some of Australia’s biggest media companies, including News Corp, Australian Associated Press and Nine.
She knows what makes a good story and how to pitch it to her extensive network of contacts.
Shae has a bachelor’s degree in communications, majoring in journalism.
She loves trying new restaurants, spending time with her Spoodle Harley and watching a cracking game of AFL (preferably when her Brisbane Lions are winning).