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A bit about our company & team
James Lindsay, an ex-Deutsche Bank prodigy, funded the business in 2018. Additional capital came from expert sure CEO Ollie Smith’s exit money from his last company. Together they raised a seed round of £75k to build a minimum viable product and bring it to market.
Oliver Smith – CEO (contact)
James Lindsey – Capital & Legal
B2B Quote Services Trading as EnergySeek
Contact phone number
0800 118 2264
Filwood Green Business Park
1 Filwood Park Lane, Bristol, BS4 1ET
The Filwood Green Business Park has won three awards that recognise its design quality and outstanding environmental credentials. The latest is the Bristol Civic Society Design Award (June 2016), which means we have a Blue Plaque. We chose this park as it’s inline with our environmental goals and ethos.
Ollie Smith – CEO
Ollie started his first business at just 18 years of age with a loan from the Prince Charles Trust For Young Entrepreneurs. Learning the essentials of business from experience – making mistakes and working to constantly improve the bottom line – Ollie Smith fell in love with entrepreneurship, and has dedicated his career to it ever since.
James Lindsey – Venture Capital Funding
James hails from the land of the long white cloud but decided to pack his bags at the age of 21 several years ago and embark on a journey that would take him around the globe which continues to this day.
Having set foot in London, he began his career bright eyed and bushy tailed, in the world of contracting in big UK organisations that game him a view as to how the world really worked and what makes people tick.