Saul Klein (venture capitalist)
Saul Klein (born 1970) is a partner at Index Ventures Since joining in 2007, Saul has invested in early-stage internet companies including AlertMe, Chartbeat, GlassesDirect, MyHeritage, and Songkick.
In 2007, Klein founded the Seedcamp organization to help European entrepreneurs successfully build technology businesses. Seedcamp is currently investing from its second fund and has created a network of more than 2,000 mentors around the world. Each year, Seedcamp hosts an annual event in London called Seedcamp Week.
Klein is also a Founding Partner of The Accelerator Group (TAG), which he started with Robin Klein in 1999 as a vehicle for investing in early-stage internet services, e-commerce and digital media businesses. The TAG portfolio includes bit.ly, Erply, Lovefilm, MOO, Songkick, Spot Runner, Tweetdeck, and Twitterverse.
- "Four tips on the perfect business pitch".
- Lacy, Sarah; & Carr, Paul (2010-09-21). "WITN?: Saul Kelin defends the honor of Wordy and London and Israel's tech scenes". TechCrunch TV. Retrieved 2011-02-09.
- "TAG official website".
- Moules, Jonathan (2010-04-24). "A venture capitalist’s European mission". FT.com. Retrieved 2011-02-09.
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- "Saul Klein's profile page". Index Ventures. Retrieved 2008-04-19.
- Klein, Saul (2005-04-11). "Google TV here we come". London: The Guardian.
- Klein, Saul (2005-03-28). "Amazon gambles on the high street". London: The Guardian.
- Klein, Saul (2004-01-19). "What if retailers ran their own papers?". London: The Guardian.
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