No bullshit, no self promotion. Only real stuff. Real ups & downs.
Following the overwhelming feedback generated by kicktable’s launch in Brussels in December 2011, we quickly decided to bring our concept to a bigger European city ASAP.
London was an obvious choice for us: cultural capital of the world, most sophisticated startup scene in Europe, unique diversity of people and talents, many friends & contacts, etc …
We lived in the Eurostar for 3 months. When staying in London, we were sleeping in the living room of a flat shared by 5 fantastic Belgian guys. Eventually, in February, we launched Kicktable in London. Again, people were very enthusiastic about what we were trying to build.
Two weeks ago, we permanently moved to London… conditions are much better this time: we have been accepted into the first London-based run of the Springboard accelerator based in the new Google campus. What the hell does that mean?