We’re hosting Office Hours! Register your interest for a 30 minute meeting about your business with one of team in our London office. We’re happy to act as a sounding board, giving advice on some of the key challenges you may be facing, including access to capital. As ex-entrepreneurs ourselves, we are well aware of the value of an outside, fresh perspective, and we’re keen to speak to dynamic and talented Founders to support the ever-growing fintech industry.

Why are we doing this?
We live and breathe fintech and are passionate about supporting the industry across Europe. We invest in fast-growing, exceptional fintech businesses and are launching office hours as a way of further supporting talented and dynamic fintech Founders.

Who is this for?
If you are truly trying to disrupt the financial services space then we’d love to meet with you.

Although we invest in series A and beyond, Office Hours is a great opportunity to get to know companies that are at the early stages of their journey and share our experiences of how to avoid some of the potential pitfalls ahead and help accelerate growth.

We’re passionate about promoting diversity in the fintech space and would like to encourage fintech business leaders of all backgrounds to register.

The team
Our team has a wealth of entrepreneurial and fintech investment experience – find out more HERE. Office Hours will involve a 30 minute 1:1 session with a member of our team.

How to register
Please register your interest now through the link below. Spaces for our first Office Hours (Thursday 22nd November 2018) are limited and we will email to confirm whether you have a slot as soon as we can.

Questions? Please email officehours@augmentum.vc.

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