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TableCrowd’s dinner with Carlos Eduardo Espinal, Partner at Seedcamp: “what I look for in the companies I invest in”

18:45-22:30 Tue 18 Jul, 2017 The Driver, 2 - 4 Wharfdale Road, Kings Cross, London, N1 9RY Add this: Google Calendar or Other calendar

Enjoy dinner drinks and a chance to meet…
Carlos Eduardo Espinal is Partner at Seedcamp. Seedcamp is your first round fund. They back ambitious founders from around the world and help them build billion-dollar global companies by providing them with the right access at the right time to learning, network, and capital. Seedcamp invests initially €200k and accelerates startups across the product market fit, traction, growth, and scale stages, from seed funding to IPO. They’ve backed over 200 companies, including one unicorn, Transferwise, from which they also have a notable recent exit. Carlos will share what he looks for in the companies they work with, and provide tips and insights for growing businesses.

This dinner is perfect for…
Business owners, CEOs and management level.

If you’d like to join but don’t fall neatly within the above categories, please email us at to discuss whether this is the right dinner for you. Also feel free to check out our other dinners as another might match you perfectly!

The dinner conversation will be…
Carlos has plenty of experience – in eight years he’s led investment in 200 companies, including one unicorn and with 91% having raised further funding to a tune of $350m. He is therefore perfectly placed to speak about:
✓ What Seedcamp looks for in the companies they work with.
✓ Tips and insights for growing a business.
✓ Practical examples of do’s and don’t’s from their portfolio companies.
Carlos has spoken at dinner twice before and we’re excited to welcome him back! Expect a lively and informative evening and to leave with new connections and new ideas for your own plans.

Who is Carlos Eduardo Espinal?

Carlos is usually the first door that founders knock on when they join Seedcamp. He leads the experience from initial investment to Seedcamp Academy and beyond, ranging in topics from company formation issues, strategy, fundraising, legals, and holds regular office hours. Prior to Seedcamp, Carlos was a venture capitalist at an early stage investment firm based in London. There he honed his understanding of what investors look for when considering an investment. Carlos has led the investment in 200+ companies.

What’s included?
You get a private dining experience with a knowledgeable speaker, two course dinner with wine or two soft drinks plus highly curated and relevant crowd.


P.S. TableCrowd are offering complimentary cab rides home (£15) thanks to their partner, Gett, on first download of the app. Download the app in advance.

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