10 UK investors to follow on Twitter If you’re a UK start-up looking for funding, Startups has pulled together a list of 10 investors whose attention you’ll want to catch this year Written by Bryn Glover Published on 19 February 2014 Our experts We are a team of writers, experimenters and researchers providing you with the best advice with zero bias or partiality. Written and reviewed by: Bryn Glover Editor Who are the most prominent investors in the UK at the moment (with active Twitter accounts)?Read our list to find out who you should be following and join our investors list on Twitter here.Eileen BurbridgeWhy you should follow: Early stage tech-VC Elieen Burbridge is a really active and engaging tweeter tweeting about investments , acquisitions and life as a venture capitalist.No. of followers: 41.5kTwitter handle: @eileentsostarted day at 6:30 am on @BloombergTV, 4 events later incl 3 panel sessions and it's time to fly home #londonisgreat pic.twitter.com/ssP6ypvDnB— Eileen Burbidge (@eileentso) February 11, 2015Robin KleinWhy you should follow: An active early-stage tech investor, Robin Klein’s portfolio includes LoveFilm, Wonga, Moshi, Moo, Graze, Zoopla, Tweetdeck and more. He tweets regularly about the businesses he works with and the tech start-up scene.No. of followers: 38.7kTwitter handle: @robinkleinJustPark invites users to become shareholders in crowdfunding.Telegraph http://t.co/J5LZPNRk5I>>right co to involve crowd — Robin Klein (@robinklein) February 14, 2015 Martin MignotWhy you should follow: An early stage investor at Index Ventures Martin Mignot tweets in English and French – using Twitter to connect with entrepreneurs.No. of followers: 28.9kTwitter handle: @martinmignotUber's New BHAG – great read on the power of Network + Data to drive lower prices by @bgurley http://t.co/H8TNJ1qqAF — Martin Mignot (@martinmignot) February 3, 2015 Fred DestinWhy you should follow: An experienced early stage VC, Fred Destin has returned to Europe from Atlas Venture in Boston as a partner at Accel. His feed is full of interesting insights and lots of enthusiasm for the start-up landscape.No. of followers: 22.9kTwitter handle: @fdestinToday not one but four early stage companies discussed where valuation demands were “multi-hundred million”. Crazy stuff.— Fred Destin (@fdestin) February 9, 2015Reshma SohoniWhy you should follow: Seed investor and Seed Camp co-founder Reshma Sohoni shares lots of content and insights on the world of tech, MBAs and start-ups to look out for.No. of followers: 11.7kTwitter handle: @rsohoni Hugely fun and humbling to see the amazingly talented mentors who come 2x a year to this crazy @seedcamp week! — Reshma Sohoni (@rsohoni) February 4, 2015 Russell BuckleyWhy you should follow: Russell Buckley works with the UK government to help exciting tech companies get funding from overseas as well as investing via Ballpark Ventures. He tweets and retweets a cocktail of insightful content as well as lots of predictions about the future…No. of followers: 9,426Twitter handle: @russellbuckleyMy OnePlus One mobile is beautiful and seriously impressive. And much, much less than Samsung or Apple. The world has changed again— Russell Buckley (@russellbuckley) January 31, 2015Nic BrisbourneWhy you should follow: Managing partner at Forward Ventures Nic Brisbourne blogs regularly at www.theequitykicker.com on venture capital and exploiting change in technology and media and he shares bitesized insights on his Twitter feed.No. of followers: 9,422Twitter handle: @brisbourneCritical thinking and hope in startups http://t.co/M0yGq7MKjh — Nic Brisbourne (@brisbourne) February 10, 2015 Sean Seton-RogersWhy you should follow: A VC at PROfounders Capital, Sean Seton-Rogers account is really personable. He engages lots with his followers as well as sharing interesting content.No. of followers: 7,043Twitter handle: @setonrogFriends, founders, investors: please answer this survey and contribute to the 2015 Global Startup Ecosystem Report: http://t.co/UqAFs0rtTT — Sean Seton-Rogers (@setonrog) February 6, 2015 Dale Murray CBEWhy you should follow: Tech entrepreneur and angel investor Dale Murray (previous winner of Angel of the Year 2011) operates a number of board positions in the public and private sector and tweets tips for securing angel investment.No. of followers: 6,843Twitter handle: @DaleJMurray A very innovative way to IPO: use crowdfunding site @seedrs http://t.co/JKJ34UciAa via @Telegraph — Dale Murray (@DaleJMurray) February 2, 2015Ben Holmes Why you should follow: As a partner at Index Ventures Ben Holmes tweets (fairly regularly) about Index’s portfolio and team as well as sharing interesting and predominately tech businesses and championing European venture capital.No. of followers: 6,252Twitter handle: @indexben.@mikebutcher my grumble is with persistent and misguided view that capital scarcity is a problem that needs fixing— Ben Holmes (@indexben) February 16, 2015 Share this post facebook twitter linkedin Written by: Bryn Glover Editor Bryn Glover has been Editor of Startups.co.uk since 2017. Running the site's content strategy, Bryn spends a lot of time speaking to entrepreneurs and preparing for Startups' annual editorial campaigns. Having worked in journalism for just under a decade, Bryn wrote for sites like The Times, Reader's Digest, Independent and Times Higher Education before moving into the small business world.