Kanji’s Hoxton ventures and gains

LBS alumnus,Hussein Kanji, is one of the founders of early-stage venture capital firm Hoxton Ventures, which is behind some big disrupters like Deliveroo and Yieldify. With a hand in setting up three startups after completing his undergraduate studies at Stanford, after his MBA at London Business School he chose to move to the other side of the table.

He tells Toni Sekinah why he thinks Europeans do not know how to invest in venture – and why SEIS and EIS schemes are like ‘corporate welfare’.

In this article: Hussein Kanji, startups, funds , Hoxton Ventures, European founders, technology business, investment.

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