With only 6 days left to apply for Mini Seedcamp London, and THE last chance this year for teams to try and win a prestigious spot at Seedcamp Week in September, we are delighted that Mini Seedcamp London is attracting major world-class mentors and industry leaders such as:
Alastair Mitchell – CEO & Co-Founder, Huddle.net (One of the entrepreneurs behind Huddle with expertise in product and marketing)
Ben Tompkins – General Partner, Eden Ventures (20+ years of experience in investing in tech/digital companies)
Christian Hernandez – Head of Platform and Partnerships, EMEA, Facebook (Experience at Facebook, Google, and Microsoft in creating business development partnerships, most recently with the Facebook patform)
Colette Ballou – Founder, Ballou PR (Ballou have provided PR services to Facebook, Sofinnova, Red Herring, Dailymotion, and many more)
Hendrik Brandis – Managing Partner, Earlybird Venture Capital (VC with long standing investment, operational and entrepreneurial experience)
Ian Hogarth – CEO, Songkick.com (Entrepreneur with a technical background, growing successful London based music startup having graduated from YC)
Michael Smith – CEO, Mind Candy (Entrepreneur behind Firebox and now gaming startup Moshi Moshi Monsters)
These are just a flavour of the 100+ mentors the teams can expect to meet and be mentored by throughout an intensive day of pitches, a panel session and dedicated 1:1 sessions. The teams chosen for Mini Seedcamp London will gain valuable insight and get connected with top industry movers and shakers that will catapult their business to heights that normally takes years to achieve.
In our previous posts, we’ve mentioned the importance of our Mini Seedcamps, and as such, top teams from each Mini Seedcamp this year will be chosen to go through for the final stages of selection and have a chance at gaining a seat on Seedcamp Week or being one of several teams to receive investment through Seedcamp in 2010.
At Seedcamp, we are always striving to balance the different geographies and backgrounds across the EMEA and look for mentors who have started or grown their own companies and understand the unique challenges facing entrepreneurs today. We also bring investors in who can provide practical advice, not just on raising VC money, but what to do once you have it.
This is the chance of a lifetime for entrepreneurs and startups to receive enormous validation through attending Seedcamp, and putting yourself in front of distinguished company builders from the tech industry and the world’s top entrepreneurial gurus.
So, if you’re an entrepreneur or startup, want to get advice from some of the best mentors around and take a shot at winning a seat at Seedcamp Week – then apply to Mini Seedcamp London today! Please spread the word to startups and entrepreneurs in your region and help give them a chance to take part in the Seedcamp programme!