Startup mentors in London

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Dimitris Drakatos

SEO Lead
An SEO & ASO Lead with more than 8 years of experience across the inbound/digital marketing channels. Latest milestone: Grew from 0 to 2.5M Monthly Organic Visits in 12 Months!

Daphne Tideman

Head of Growth
1st employee of RockBoost (Growth Hacking agency) I got to consult and give workshops to 100+ clients as well as grow the team to 25 employees. Now head of growth at Heights, a braincare company. I love to talk growth strategy and process but in a tangible hands-on way.

Spiros Maragkoudakis

Group General Manager | Passionate about Commercial Strategy & Business Growth
Hey there, I am a commercial strategist with over 12 years of experience in the travel industry. I have managed and grow travel agencies in the following countries: U.K, U.S.A, Canada, Ireland, South Africa, New Zealand Australia.
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Morgan Schofield

Head of Ecosystem Growth
I help Web3 companies grow their business and communities. I'm a data-driven, technical marketer with $10m+ spent and 8+ years experience across SEM, SEO, SMM, CRO & CRM. Growing blockchain companies since 2012. Previously; Director of Marketing at Salad 🥗, Head of Growth at Reality Gaming Group 🎮

Neha Divanji

Growth and Digital Marketing Consultant
I work with brands to plan, build and execute their marketing and digital strategies; with a focus on user acquisitions and retentions through paid social, search spends, search engine optimisations and 'out of the box' strategies.

Jessy Conflon

Fintech Growth Marketer
I am an experienced trilingual Head of Growth, with over 8 years of experience, specialising in Growth Marketing for B2B Fintechs.

Harri Thomas

I love talking about Jobs To Be Done theory, product market fit, the challenges of creating great Co-Founder relationships and the relative merits of both boot strapping and raising venture capital.

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London Startup Ecosystem

Home to Europe’s largest startup ecosystem, worth $314 billion, London’s rapidly growing startup scene shows no sign of slowing down. 

Despite the UK’s departure from the EU, London remains one of the top cities in the world to gain access to capital. The UK capital has Europe’s highest concentration of VC funds with a strong presence from local and international investors. Median series A rounds is $6.2 million.  

Access to top talent helps London’s startups find the people they need to grow. The city is home to 4 of the world’s leading universities, providing a vast pool of talent with skills in the STEM disciplines. This access to new talent, consultants, and experts attract world-class entrepreneurs to the city.  

London’s connectedness and investment in startup infrastructures, incubators, and accelerators all help contribute to a thriving ecosystem. Government policy also favors entrepreneurship, with multiple funds available to founders who want to solve the city’s most pressing problems. There’s been a significant move towards clean tech in the London startup scene. 

FinTech remains London’s biggest startup sector thanks to the city’s strong financial services industry, an abundance of expertise, and legal infrastructure. There are over 2,500 FinTech companies based in London, including unicorns like Wise and Revolut. 

Another huge area for investment in the London startup ecosystem is in EdTech, with thousands of attendees from all over the world visiting London’s annual EdTech Week.

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