Category Archives: Angel Investors

10 Tips for succeeding in a Startup Accelerator programme by Carlos Eduardo Espinal, Partner at Seedcamp


Accelerators come in all different shapes and sizes. With many new Accelerators coming into existence within the last few years, the job of selecting one to join and getting the most out of your chosen accelerator program isn’t always obvious. …

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If you could launch a campaign tomorrow to help fast growing Tech companies in the UK, what would be top of the list? We asked a few of Silicon Roundabout’s entrepreneurs.


Last week the Financial Times ran a piece ‘Tech groups campaign for San Francisco tax reform’. ‘If passed in November the measure would relieve companies from paying corporate taxes based on the number of employees they have and instead levy …

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Rob Moffat of Balderton Capital reflects on Incubators and Accelerators in Europe


Recent interviews with startups in Silicon Roundabout have focused increasingly on funding and mentoring. We thought we would start the week with a guest blog by Rob Moffat of Balderton Capital who is involved with portfolio companies such as Housetrip, …

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Do you have a question for our panel of digital experts?


‘Tech Entrepreneurs week’ was an eye opener in many ways, one of which was the almost insatiable desire from the audience to accumulate as much knowledge as possible from the various ‘keynote speakers’ assembled. Allied to the infectious passion from …

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Top tips to attract a potential investor by Daniel Waterhouse of Wellington


Following  Sherry Coutu’s piece for us last week ‘What to remember about angel investors?’ we thought we would ask Wellington, General Partner, Daniel Waterhouse a question we have been asked over the last few months by numerous ‘Silicon Roundabout’ based …

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What to remember about Angel Investors? Top 10 ‘suggestions’ from serial entrepreneur Sherry Coutu!


The incredible ‘vibe’ be it on entering Techhub or The Trampery at Silicon Roundabout, grabbing a coffee at The Bookclub (Leonard Street) or sitting in the audience at Tech Entrepreneurs Week (as we did!) amongst a multitude of startups is …

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