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Lucas Nelson of Gotham Ventures

On our very first day of Seedcamp's Spring US Trip, we had the chance to visit Lucas Nelson of Gotham Ventures. With a background in hacking and a clear interest in the more technical companies and founders, he provides a very unique view into the world of investing and adding value as an investor.

During our chat his interest in helping CTOs surfaced. Through his co-creation of he provides CTOs a way to share their learnings with each other, and shares some of the top mistakes during our talk.

If you're ever in NYC, don't hesitate to get in touch with Lucas.

Gearoid O'Rourke on Design

Gearoid O'Rourke, Growth & Design lead at joins Carlos to discuss the subtleties behind the different styles of design thinking, and how founders should start thinking about design early on in their company's journey.

During our chat, Gearoid mentioned a couple of resources, which included:

Undercover User Experience Design by Cennydd Bowles A Book Apart series - Design+Banter -

If you want to get in touch with Gearoid, feel free to follow him on twitter -

Vojtech Horna of Index Ventures

While visiting our offices to record a Meerkat video, we managed to hijack Vojtech, Communications Manager at Index Ventures to sit down with Dave and Carlos to chat about his background in PR and explored how startups can leverage PR as well as a content strategy to make an impact for customers and investors.

Philipp Moehring of AngelList

Philipp Moehring, ex-Seedcamp team member and now part of the team heading up AngelList Europe, shares with us his views on the future of platforms, investing in Europe, and his view on how things are evolving in the tech ecosystem globally.

Note: Sorry for the bad echo in the room. Our normal room (which arguably isn't perfect either) wasn't free.

Expert-in-Residence James Moed on User-Centric Design

On this episode of the Seedcamp Podcast Series, Carlos interviews James Moed and explores some of the thinking behind his recent post on three things to think about before thinking about design (which can be read here:

A little more about James:

James Moed advises both innovation leaders and design teams, helping them to combine fresh insights around customer behaviour with inspiration from other sectors, new business models, and emerging technologies. James has worked with startups, governments, and social enterprises, as well as corporations in a range of industries - from retail to IT, luxury, and health care.

Previously Director of Financial Service Design at IDEO in London, James is especially passionate about making finances feel human again, through services that transform our complex relationship with money. His experience is broad, including insurance networks for Indian farmers, budgeting tools for US credit card users, and loyalty strategies for private wealth clients. Having worked with teams from Generali, Barclays, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Bupa, and the Government of Singapore, James helps organisations build a customer centered approach to innovation, drawing the connections between real-life user observations, new offerings, partnerships, and strategies for growth.

Rockstar Lawyers and how to tackle early-stage legals with Tina Baker

On this edition of the Seedcamp Podcast Series, Carlos Espinal and Tom Wilson, Investment Manager (and ex-Lawyer) at Seedcamp, have a chat with Tina Baker, Partner & Co-founder of JagShawBaker ( and real-life rockstar (

The Growth Story with Richard Moross, Founder and CEO

On this 3rd Podcast in our 'Take On' Series, Reshma and Carlos tackle some of the questions that many founders would love to ask success story Moo's ( founder, Richard Moross ( Questions we covered include the worst investor rejection Richard received to what drives innovation within