We’re very excited to welcome the latest startups to join our growing portfolio! From PropTech to Open Data, and Internet of Things to Hardware, we’ve got a great mix of new pre-seed and seed stage teams from across Europe, who we have welcomed into our Seedcamp family.

Expect to hear more from them all in the coming weeks, but take a look below and see what they’re building!


Alterest Investment (UK) – Investment management platform for marketplace finance

Authentiq (Netherlands) – Strong authentication without the passwords

Beeline (UK) – Smart navigation for bicycles

Buildcon (Serbia) – Construction management tool

Cardlife (UK) – Subscription management platform

Finance Fox (Switzerland) – Insurance comparison and advice application

Greenhouse (Estonia) – Cloud-based continuous integration service for mobile app developers

Nanoget (UK) – Online rental management platform

Open Sensors (UK) – An Internet of Things company providing public and private infrastructure for real-time data.

Repositive (UK) – Find genomic data relevant to your work, collaborate on data projects and make your datasets discoverable and accessible

Rock Pamper Scissors (UK) – Discover talented stylists & salons then book online

SwiftShift (Israel)  – Real-time workforce management

ThingThing (Spain) – Third party keyboard to access and share your photos, documents, calendar and more

Unlease (UK) – Revolutionizing the rental market by creating a platform for flexible, medium-term sublets.

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In the ‘Seedcamp Podcast Series’ we talk with key people in the tech startup industry to hear their stories, key advice and learnings from their experiences.

Jeff LynnCEO and co-founder of Seedrs, joined Carlos for the first podcast of 2016, to talk about the fintech revolution taking place in London and the state of equity crowdfunding. Jeff discusses why the UK was the right place to form Seedrs in 2009, why it is still early days for crowdfunding, why Founders are learning that crowdfunding isn’t just about capital but opens you up to a community who can support you in your journey, and which sectors are most successful when using platforms such as Seedrs. Jeff also provides insight into what you should consider when looking at equity crowdfunding as a way to raise funds. 

Jeff co-founded Seedrs with Carlos Silva in 2009. He began his career as a corporate lawyer with Sullivan & Cromwell LLP in New York and London, and he serves as a Non-Executive Director of Companies House. He has been named one of the top 10 coolest people in UK tech by Business Insider and one of the most influential men in Britain by GQ.

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