Klinger describes his Seedcamp Week experience in pretty harrowing terms. “You have a table, and mentors come to you in turn, giving feedback. Their goal is to completely break you. With so many experienced people telling us we were doing so much wrong, it made us feel like giving up and going to do gardening or something else completely different instead,” he jokes. “And then when we were ready to give up, on the day before the investor pitches we were told that everything was fine – and we were like, seriously?” (via What one startup learned from Seedcamp Week)

Klinger describes his Seedcamp Week experience in pretty harrowing terms. “You have a table, and mentors come to you in turn, giving feedback. Their goal is to completely break you. With so many experienced people telling us we were doing so much wrong, it made us feel like giving up and going to do gardening or something else completely different instead,” he jokes. “And then when we were ready to give up, on the day before the investor pitches we were told that everything was fine – and we were like, seriously?” (via What one startup learned from Seedcamp Week)