With over 30 mentors and 4 of the leading London entrepreneurial groups sponsoring IBM SmartCamp London, this year’s event promises to be a smashing success! This year’s sponsors are Level 39, Entrepreneur Country, Seven Hills and Tech London Advocates.
Hosted at Level 39, one of Europe’s largest accelerator spaces, this is an entrepreneurial event you do not want to miss. You can apply today to participate and present your startup at this event. But hurry! Applications close at midnight on Sept. 20th.
Some of our sponsors are also mentoring! Let’s take a deeper look at who some of the mentors will be at the SmartCamp London.
Amit Pau, of Entrepreneur Country, will be on hand to guide startups through their entrepreneurial endeavors. Amit describes himself as “Passionate about nurturing digital disruptive entrepreneurial businesses and delivering transformational growth.”
These three gentlemen alone would make this event a must to attend, but this is just scratching the surface. Here’s the complete list of all the mentors for the SmartCamp London event:
|Accel – Michael Treskow||Frontline Ventures – Shay Garvey|
|Amadeus Capital – Alex Van Someren||Google – Ezequiel Vidra|
|AMF Ventures – Tony Fish||KPMG – Tudor Aw|
|Angel Investor of the Year 2011 – Dale Murray||Le Web – Franz Caduc|
|Angels Den – Bill Morrow||The Marketing Academy – Sherilyn Shackell|
|Barclays – Sean Duffy||Ogilvy – Nicole Yershon|
|BBC – Rowena Goldman||RedMonk – James Governor|
|BITC – Joey Tabone||Smith & Williamson – Sancho Simmonds|
|CONNECT Denmark – Nick Hawtin||Startupbootcamp – Carsten Kølbek|
|E2Exchange – Hugh Chappell||Tech City Investment Organisation – Pru Ashby|
|Entrepreneur First – Matt Clifford||TechStars – Jon Bradford|
|Freelance speaker, author & journalist – Guy Clapperton||UKTI Global Entrepreneur Programme – Andrew Humphries|
Apply now to participate and present your startup at the IBM SmartCamp London!