If there is a mental equivalent to running a marathon I’d say it’s Seedcamp week. And if I were to ever run a marathon (not very likely), then my guess is it would take at least a week or two for your body to recover from the aches and pains. Well, I feel like we are just beginning to recover from the flood of ideas, compliments, and criticisms we received in London. In addition to direct feedback from mentors we heard some thought-provoking presentations about the Lean Startup , Customer Development and Startup Metrics.
We did not walk away with an extra 50k Euro in our pockets, but we did earn a spot among the top 10 European startups invited to join Seedcamp in NYC and Silicon Valley in a few months to pitch our businesses. But more valuable than any of this was being able to come out of Seedcamp with a clear plan for future growth. Prior to Seedcamp we were trying to juggle 10 balls at the same time and the event helped us focus on the one or two areas that will have the most impact.
Keep coming back to the blog to get updates on some of these new developments we’ll be releasing in the months ahead. In the meantime, here is the video from our Seedcamp pitch on Day 1: