How Seed VC’s are Magnifying Angel Investment
|Date:||14.07.2020 - 14.07.2020|
In recent years we have seen a sharp rise in Seed VC funds who are looking to empower founders at the very beginning of their entrepreneurial journey. With the professionalised approach of an institution combined with the speed and hands on support of an angel investor, they are quickly gaining a reputation akin to a top super angel.
Join us on Tuesday 14th July at 11am as we hear from leading Seed VCs, founded and backed by exited entrepreneurs, about how they’re using their previous experience to back early-stage founders. Fred Sonaya, Haatch Ventures, Reece Chowdry, RLC Ventures and Mads Jenson, SuperSeed will give us an insight into how the Seed VC model of investing works, how they differ from angels and traditional VC’s and where they add the most value to the funding journey.
Meet our speakers:
Founder, RLC Ventures
Reece is the Founder and CEO of RLC Ventures and is an award-winning venture capitalist. He is an ex EY Management Consultant. Reece has been featured in the media frequently, including on The Sunday Times and Channel 4.
Managing Partner, SuperSeed
Mads is a successful entrepreneur and passionate technologist (having authored multiple US patents) who has worked for 2 decades building and growing tech businesses. At SuperSeed he helps ambitious technical founders build great companies from the early stages. Prior to SuperSeed, Mads was an entrepreneur, taking Sefaira (a SaaS company) from inception in 2009 to exit in 2016. Before that he was a business executive at IBM.
Fred was responsible for a number of high profile, large-scale innovation projects across one of the UK’s largest e-commerce businesses Kiddicare.com and post-acquisition, supermarket giant Morrisons. Fred created award-winning, digital customer experiences bridging the online-offline gap in one of the UK’s largest grocers, Morrisons. This included the launch of browse and order points, mobile payments and electronic shelf edge labels powered by early stage technology companies. Co-founding Haatch in 2013, Fred runs the investment process end-to-end and works with portfolio businesses in advisory and board roles.