Saul Klein (venture capitalist)
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, Tweedeck, 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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- 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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