This Much I Know: John Lilly, Partner at Greylock, on ‘product intentionality’ and humility in venture

‘The best founders are intentional around product,’ says John Lilly, Partner at Greylock and former CEO at Mozilla. ‘It’s about how you understand user needs and be intentional about matching those needs, figuring out what people really truly need, and building the right thing for that.’ John joined Greylock as a partner in 2011, leading […]

This Much I Know: Mary Keane-Dawson on unlocking value through digital transformation

“Digital transformation is hard for big companies because they have encouraged ‘Groupthink’ and rewarded the wrong behaviour for years and years,” warns digital maven, entrepreneur and business mentor Mary Keane-Dawson. After c-suite roles at WPP, Steak, Reform and Collective, in 2013 Mary co-founded medical technology startup MyHealthPal as well as the women’s networking franchise How […]

Startup Boards — Why getting the “helicopter view” is crucial

Investment Manager, Tom Wilson, shares his top 10 tips to make sure you get the most out of your startup board When it comes time to formalise a board (often around the time of a Seed financing round), it can be hard for founders to get the most out of this potentially high value group […]

The future of the workplace in a post-A.I. world

Carlos Espinal shares his views on how AI will impact the world of work Last week and this week have seen two amazing conferences focusing on the future of Artificial Intelligence. This week, we had CogX in London (led by the guys over at CognitionX), and last week, we had the first Transform.aiconference in Paris, […]

This Much I Know: LocalGlobe’s Robin Klein on founder-market fit and the future of European venture

Robin Klein is one of the true pioneers of Europe’s venture scene: as cofounder of The Accelerator Group (TAG) in 1995, and an early stage investor in the likes of Transferwise, lastminute.com, last.fm, Love Film and Agent Provocateur, he has catalysed the success for some of London’s most impactful private businesses over the past two […]

This Much I Know: Eze Vidra, former general partner at Google Ventures, on building up Europe’s startup ecosystem

As the founder of Campus London, Google’s first physical startup hub, Eze Vidra has a strong claim to being the ‘godfather’ of London’s current tech scene. Eze’s journey has taken him from product management and leadership roles in startups across the globe to managing strategic partnerships for Google and founding multiple businesses, including VC Cafe […]

This Much I Know: Manoj Ramachandran & Pascal Zuta on transforming healthcare with AI

From virtual assistants to risk analytics, and drug discovery to imaging and diagnostics, artificial intelligence’s scope for transforming the healthcare industry is significant. But just how will the use of AI and Machine Learning techniques reshape how medicine is practised today? Healthcare dominates other industrial applications of AI in terms of money invested and number […]

Two world-class operators join as Seedcamp Experts in Residence

Welcoming Devin Hunt and Scott Brown We are thrilled to announce the addition of Devin Hunt and Scott Brown to our Experts in Residence program. With experience at the helm of tech giants including the likes of Facebook, Google and Lyst, Devin and Scott will work closely alongside our portfolio companies to help our founders across everything […]

What’s it like to intern at Seedcamp?

Halsey Huth shares his story following our 6 month Analyst program Interning at Seedcamp is a great way to achieve hands-on experience in what it takes to work at one of the most proactive seed funds in the world and is a great induction of fire for anyone looking to move into venture capital or understand […]

This Much I Know: Mike Butcher, TechCrunch Editor at Large, on batting for the entrepreneur in European journalism

The attitude of the British mainstream press when covering technology companies is often one of ‘risk and scepticism’, says TechCrunch Editor at Large Mike Butcher. But what if instead of predicting failure or projecting concern journalists took a more positive view of technology entrepreneurship? Speaking to Seedcamp partner Carlos Espinal, Mike explains how TechCrunch’s policy […]