Stefan Glaenzer was recently named the best angel investor in Europe by readers and editors of TechCrunch Europe, and was the first investor and executive chairman of Last.fm, seeing that company through to its sale to CBS (2007 USD $270 million). Prior to that Stefan was co-founder of Ricardo.de, one of the first European online auction and classified sites, which he took public in 1999 and sold to QXL ricardo in 2000.
Eileen Burbidge was ranked #11 in The 100 most influential technology investors in Europe by “online social capital” by the Telegraph. She was investment director for private early stage VC firm Ambient Sound Investments, founded by the Skype founding engineers. Prior to that, Eileen was products director for both Yahoo!’s largest global property Yahoo! Answers, and Skype.
Robert Dighero, recently profiled in the FT, was former CFO of QXL ricardo (Tradus plc) which sold to Naspers (2008 £1 billion) having guided the company from its founding to listing on three public exchanges, and personally managing more than 15 M&A transactions. Prior to that, Robert was CFO and founding executive of AOL Europe.