The Government’s Startup Britain initiative is now bullying me to steal this website

I bought this domain on 4 February 2011, because I was excited about startups and wanted a small notepad to write about people I met and whatever interested me. 7 weeks later the Government announce via David Cameron and Richard Branson that there was going to be an initiative to help startups called Startup Britain

They launched 4 years ago without the domain name of their initiative. See coverage here and here.

Now they have decided to bully me into giving it to them with lawyers and threatening letters


Dear Stephen,


I am working with the not for profit business Centre for Entrepreneurs who deliver the Government backed Initiative Start up Britain and the registered holder of the trademark “Start up Britain” UK00002591489


We note at the time the initiative was announced in 2011 you registered the domain name and since that time you have not utilised the website for any activities.


We would ask you to agree for the immediate transfer of the domain. As you are not a holder of a registered trademark or a company in the name of Start up Britain. Under ICANN rules you have no right to hold the domain in preference to the Centre of Entrepreneurs. If you agree to do this the Centre for Entrepreneurs will take no further action and  agree to press no further claims on this issue.


However, if you refuse to do so Centre for Entrepreneurs will look to enforce their legal right to utilise their trading name and domain and may file a claim for damages  and all the fees for transfer of the domain.


They have tried to get me to give them my website over the years, and I have always told them no.

The letter pushes the domain squatter angle by saying/initmating/bullshitting that I registered the domain off the back of their initiative, ignoring the fact that:

  1. startup & britain are two generic, obvious words that anyone in the UK would come up with for a website about British startups
  2. I can’t see into the future. A two second look at the Whois registration date would show you I had my site up 2 months before anyone had ever heard of the government initiative

They say I never had any content on the site (again pushing for the domain squatting angle), but I had relevant, unique content on this site from day 1.

They are threatening me with damages/costs, something I just can’t afford.

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My options
I have been in contact with IPO (gov trademark agency). I may be able to get their trademark rescinded, but it will cost me money for the application and if it fails I will have to pay their lawyers and court fees…


The Government’s Startup Britain initiative launched without checking that I already owned the website. Now they want to force me to give it to them by threatening to make me poor if I don’t

Angel Groups

Website Description Location Meet several times a year for dinner. Companies are brought along by one angel who has already committed to invest. Companies pitch, there is Q&A and then they leave. Cambridge, UK MMC Ventures’ syndicate of angel investors. Invest alongside the main MMC Ventures funds (10-20 deals per year). London, UK Israel-based angel group Israel Finnish Business Angels Network. Early (pre-seed & seed) stage investments into companies that scale. Quite tech-centric. Mainly European investment focus. Typical investment per angel is rarely more than 100K€, however can consolidate and co-invest with other angels and VCs. Has a reach of up to 500 angels. Helsinki & other cities, Finland London, UK Invests 1 to 2M€ / year in 10 to 15 new ventures Paris, FR Investor group linking with startups USA, France and Brazil is the first French platform that connects startups and investors. They collect all French startups seeking funding from all sectors. They encounter all sorts of investors : business angels, business angel associations, family offices, investment funds … Free for startups, access to is reserved to qualified investors. They guarantee the confidentiality of data startups and serious investors. Thus they give birth every day to new business ventures . France

VC Venture Capital Funding

Website Description Location henQ invests in companies with a Dutch link. Sectors include Internet, e-Commerce, (mobile) Media, Analytics, Saas and Software Development Amsterdam (Netherlands) Early stage investor based out of Antwerp, London, and Turkey. Antwerp (BE), Istanbul (TK) Athens-based €11.7m seed fund, contributing €100k-750k to early stage software companies. Athens (Greece) Spanish Pledge Fund firm, based in Barcelona. Barcelona Leading Spanish VC firm. They held a first close of fund III in 2009, got final money in 2011. Barcelona (Spain) Berlin based investor who invests Masoud Kamali’s money in early stage tech companies. Berlin Focused on tech and consumer internet. Investments include SoundCloud, EyeEm, txtr, and readmill. Former investments Gate5 (sold to Nokia), Brands4Friends (Ebay), StudiVZ Berlin (Germany) Berlin based buy-out shop that focusses on tech companies. 18 investment professionals. 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Series A / B investments in Irish tech companies Logentries, Boxever, Profitero, Balcony TV Dublin Irish VC. Relatively new outfit. Invest early stage, primarily in Ireland. Dublin (Ireland) Swiss based VC firm investing all over europe + US Geneva (CH) Hamburg based VC firm. Hamburg (Germany) Seed VC based in Krakow, Poland. Started by Piotr Wilam and Marek Kapturkiewicz. Invest in SaaS Companies on th ePolish Market. The mission is to grow companies beyond the local niches. Krakow, Poland Seed and post seed investor based in Portugal with some UK investments.Specialising in mobile and SaaS investments Lisbon (Portugal) Large UK VC firm. Formerly Benchmark Europe. Invest Europe wide. London Invest in big disruptive tech ideas. £50k to £400k per investment London Accelerating startups from prototype to IPO with $25K-$250K in initial funding. Backing the most ambitious founders globally. London Top Tier global VC firm. 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R&D for Equity AND funding French VC firm. Invests globally, but is based out of France. Paris French firm. Sponsored by La Poste and La Banque Postal. Paris Based in Italy & France. Paris (France) French growth capital investor. Based Paris, Berlin and San francisco. They also have a seed fund now. Paris (France), Berlin (Germany), San Francisco (US) French VC firm. Paris, France French VC firm. Iris Capital is sponsored by Orange and Publicis since 2012, apparently they manage €300m for them… Paris, France French VC firm that invest into later stage and more mature companies. Writes large cheques, compared to fund size. Paris, France French fund from Simoncini (Meetic), investing in web and mobile startups at the growth stage. May invest several millions, similar to Isai. Paris, France French early stage investor. 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Spain / India based firm. They do about one new deal per year. Fund sizes and vintage dates are unclear to me. Bunch of successful entrepreneurs investing together. Includes Russell Buckley (AdMob) Estonian fund manager. Rumour has it that they are in the process of reaching a first close for their new fund. French firm. Spun out from BNP Paribas. German investor, part of the Bertelsmann Group. They have no fund structure as such. Have been consistently active in early stage deals for years. NYC based seed/ A round investor who also invests in Berlin based companies Smaller Berlin based media / tech investor. Doesn’t seem very active. Madrid based early stage investor. Have been active since 1999. Two investments in 2013, not sure how many deals they do per year.
US fund, has made investmets in Europe
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London-based investment firm. Focussed on early-stage in clean energy and tech. London based software investor, focussed on later stage. Spain based firm. Russian firm investing internationally. It is unclear to me what funds they have and how large they are. Greve brothers (,, invest via this vehicle. European provider of debt financing to very late stage firms Top Tier European investor. Klaus Hommels set it up. Based in Switzerland. Not sure what fund structure they have. Based in Belgium, Lean FUND is a privately held seed and early stage investment fund managed by experienced entrepreneurs. Early-stage VC in London. Focus is seed investments in platforms, SAAS, marketplaces. Helsinki based early stage investor. They invest only in companies in the game ecosystem from developers to technology Invests in tech heavy startups. Based in Oxford, UK. Cambridge based group of angels. Scottish investor. They invest in Scotland. Seed and early stage VC. Utilises SEIS and EIS tax vehicles so is currently limited to UK. Focus on E-commerce, Gaming, Life sciences and Advanced Materials, and has relationships with a number of midlands universities’ tech transfer offices. French firm. Buyout and growth capital investor in locally supplied services companies. They don’t do seed or Series A type of deals.
website inactive? They manage a Diageo fund which is a CSR initiative to invest in innovative Irish businesses. Have been very active in 2013. Netherlands based investor, invests in Benelux area. Finnish mobile VC. Late stage global investor. Independent from Nokia. Denmark based VC. SAAS / B2B focussed investors. French firm that raises funds from retail private investors, regularly tops them up. Not clear how much money they actually have, but let’s assume it is a lot. More focussed on later stage deals, but does Series A. Finland based early stage fund. Run by ex MySQL guys, their money plus third parties. Scotland based investor. Can only invest in UK companies. Invest very small amounts of money. Moscow based investor investing internationally. Leading Israeli firm. Have been around since 1993. Was seeded by Polaris. Austria based growth capital investor. Netherlands based VC firm, with one partner in Cambridge, UK. Moscow based firm. They invest in later stage tech companies. They are a corporate VC, I think they get money from Qualcomm and don’t have traditional funds. Technology focused international firm, office in Moscow, investing globally.
Started in 2010 with $135m fund.
Investments include NGINX, Jelastic, Ecwid, Acumatica,
Zopa, drchrono, Wallarm and others.
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no website London based outfit that does the occasional deal Belgian based investor. They have an emphasis on ‘eco-innovation’ Early Stage VC firm, out of Belgium. Volvo Group Venture Capital is a corporate investment company making venture capital and growth equity investments in sustainable transport and infrastructure solutions. Germany and UK based investor. They have separate healthcare and IT funds. We omit the healthcare fund here. Early stage transatlantic investor. Started investig full time in 2013. Set up by Christian Hernandez Gallardo, formerly of Facebook. Small UK firm. Operational investment firm based out of Sweden. Former QlikTech team that invests its own money.

Trialreach – clear medical trial information

I went to visit a rare medical industry startup today. Not for them the filthy air of Silicon Roundabout, they are based in Richmond, on the river near Kew Gardens in some pretty nice digs!

Anyone who can disrupt medicine is going to have a good time. If they can act as a safe and trusted intermediary between people with illness and big pharma, they may be able to carve themselves a business

Smarkets – A Social Betting Exchange

Smarkets have some scarily clever chaps, which you pretty much have to be, to stand a chance with a new product in the heavily competitive betting market. They are a social betting exhange, allowing fans to bet against each other and in-play. This is different to a traditional bookies as you don’t have bookies sitting in the middle of the transaction taking a large portion of the transaction

They are based in White Bear Yard, in Farringdon, London. Strangely, they seem to have a decent website, almost unheard of in European startups

Here is Jason Trost from Smarkets explaining that he is in London so as not to get arrested in the USA

And something super geeky; as they didnt have any decent product videos I could show you – a visualisation of their git commits while building Smarkets

Pronunciation guide for Smarkets:
With a heavy accent on the schhhhh, put effort and enjoyment into the rolling sound – “Schhhhhhhhhmarkets”

Catch them on Twitter @smarkets

Silk app – a clever weird search engine

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I met these guys at TNW Amsterdam where they gave a polished pitch and had a chance to catch up with them afterwards (with @Aussiewebmaster weirdly enough). Super nice and bright guys, going to do well. They recently completed a €320,000 ($475,000) funding round led by Atomico

Catch them!/silkapp

Yeah, so they’re not British. I suck at colouring inside the lines and I liked them, so they are here :P

Screenreach – turn any screen into an interactive experience

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Imagine you’re standing in an airport, surrounded by screens and with time on your hands. Imagine if you could interact with those screens, via a multiplayer game, quiz or poll and get rewarded instantly with vouchers to spend in the shops around you. With Screenreach these experiences are all possible – and accessible through the Screach App.

I met these guys at TNW conference in Amsterdam earlier this year and when I grasped what their product does, it kept me awake that night with incredible marketing scenarios streaming through my brain. These tools will allow brands to wow people in real life and pull them online.

I’m going to find a way to get a client to use this!

You can find them on Twitter!/screenreach

cowsaymoo – humour, marketing and a routemaster bus to fun

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Right from the cow’s mouth: Cow Say:”Moo!” have an amazing asset to our company services. We have an original 1962 London Routemaster Bus which has been converted to include a kitchen, champagne bar, mood lighting, integrated television screens and advertising space both on the inside and out. Over the last 12 months we have been traveling with the bus and another local mar-coms agency to complete one of the biggest face to face experiential promotions the UK travel industry has ever seen.

A fully decked out routemaster bus for hire sounds good to me! Send it round ours on Friday John (don’t forget to fill it with bubbly)

The fellas are based down in Brighton, lucky for some eh?
91a Montgomery Street,
TEL: +44 (0)7885 456 816
TWITTER: @cowsaymoouk

Mixcloud – online radio with DJ mixsets

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Mixcloud – About video from Mixcloud on Vimeo.

The most popular mix so far in February is Cut Chemist with Disco is Dead , a mix of disco classics from 1973-1979.

Or try Brazil’s Dj Marky classic hardcore breakbeat set ;)

Cannes in a van – the world’s smallest mobile film festival

The world’s smallest mobile film festival… We screen independent film at the Cannes Film Festival straight from the back of our van. Short films, features, festival reels and music videos, nothing is off-limits.

Cannes in a Van 2010: Video Blog 11
Uploaded by CANNESinaVAN. – Full seasons and entire episodes online.

They will be in Cannes this year. Follow them or fund them here

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