Startupbootcamp’s London Investor Day: Startups Meeting Investors

London continues with an activity that makes it a key global center for tech and spcial to startup events. In the last years London has been playing an increasing special position in a central role for the internet and entrepreneur economy. So events for startups are increasing important to show how dynamic a city is attracting talent and creating hubs for entrepreneurs and investors.

Even in economic downturns there’s always room for great ideas and startups. One of the accelerators for those that have great ideas and need help to materialize those as quickly and as good as possible is Europe’s leading accelerator program for startups: Startupbootcamp. Startupbootcamp is one of the most dynamic startup hubs and historical event with a EU footprint that has been growing with success and expanding a bit all over Europe.

On the upcoming 25th March there will be a London Investor Demo Day organized by Startupbootcamp.

Startup Bootcamp

London Investor Demo Day – 25th of March

For one day a year in London, Startupbootcamp Alumni from all of its different programs come together to pitch to investors. It gives both Alumni and Investors in London another chance to get to know each other following the city programs main demo day.

What does Startupbootcamp provide?

Startupbootcamp is a mentorship driven program. Mentors drive the startups acceleration over the 3 month program – and often for months or years afterwards. The Startupbootcamp founders team, together with their group of international mentors, can open the door to nearly every investor, customer or partner.

The value is the quality of that network. The mentors work closely with the startups to develop their product, validate their business model, get their first pilot customers and aim to get funding at the end of the program.

Startupbootcamp facilitates this mentorship driven model by providing startups with the essential tools needed to have a concrete focus during the 3 month program.

These tools are:

  • €15,000 towards living expenses for the team during the program,
  • 6 months co-working space,
  • over €150,000 in sponsored services and
  • the platform to pitch to over 400 investors at Investor Demo Day.

Startupbootcamp can be found in Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Dublin, Haifa and London.

Some of the Alumni and startups they helped are:

Archify records every page you browse, every item in your Facebook or Twitter stream. We capture the full text and a screenshot and make them searchable.

Brisk is a technology platform that breaks down the invisible walls between devices and enables developers to build applications that combine multiple screens into a unified experience. plays user generated online news sources, social media streams, local weather and more as radio-program on phones.

Getbulb Transforms complex data into clear pictures, without the limitations of pre-defined styles of a typical spreadsheet.

LayerGloss is an easy way to make great iPad and iPhone publications without any technical knowledge.

Poikos is a computer vision systems house which has developed a patent-pending technology for imaging and measuring the body in 3D.

Read more of Startupbootcamp’s family here.

Figures of Startupbootcamp

A great trackrecord, 70% of their startups can funded!

Who are behind Startupbootcamp?

Alex Farcet – co-founder Startupbootcamp

He is the co-founder and Managing Director of Startupbootcamp. He initiated and ran the hugely successful, out of which came He co-founded and host the monthly F1rst Friday networking events, edits the Copenhagen edition of the [Startup Digest], and created

Patrick de Zeeuw – co-founder

He’s co-founder and CEO Startupbootcamp Amsterdam Currently writing “I’M HUNGRY..” a book which explains all about setting up & accelerating successful companies in the digital age. “IM HUNGRY” is written together with his business partner and great friend Ruud Hendriks (also Co-founder of Startupbootcamp).
I’M HUNGRY will be released in English & Dutch in March 2013.