The Kernel is partnering with Adam Street Private Members’ Club and entrepreneur Robert Loch to host a series of events exclusively for early-stage technology investors.
Over the past seven years, I’ve hosted over 100 events for London’s start-up community. In that time, I’ve seen demand for certain sorts of event rise and fall. I’ve also noticed how rarely good quality events just for investors are put on, despite the obvious potential benefit to the ecosystem.
That’s why I have partnered with The Kernel and Adam Street Private Members’ Club to launch a new series of informal events exclusively for early-stage investors, whether private or institutional. They will be free of agenda and sponsors; simply a chance to privately meet new people, to share advice – possibly even war stories – and discuss the state of the early-stage market in Europe.
The inaugural event will be a lunch, at Adam Street Club, on Friday 22 June between 12.30pm to 1.45pm. It is open to investors, either individuals or institutions, who deploy between £50,000 and £500,000 per deal. My co-hosts for the lunch will be The Kernel’s Milo Yiannopoulos and James Minter, owner of Adam Street.
Attendees from Charlotte Street Capital, Balderton Capital, DFJ Esprit, Octopus Ventures, Dawn Capital and DN Capital are already confirmed.
If you would like to attend, please write to me, providing a little information about yourself, and perhaps a reference if we haven’t met. The cost of attending the lunch is £40.