David Galbraith is a designer and serial entrepreneur with over 20 years Internet experience in London, San Francisco & New York. He co-founded San Francisco’s most successful incubator, MRL Ventures, where he lead the project which became Yelp; was co-founder of the first news search engine, Moreover, which was acquired by Verisign; Origins, the first online Genealogy service, acquired by D.C. Thomson and started the first Internet company, Realtime Anywhere, in London’s tech hub, Shoreditch, in 1994. David is a qualified architect and began his career working for Norman Foster (designer of Apple’s HQ, London’s ‘Gherkin’ and the German parliament). Having designed everything from skyscrapers to software to co-creating the Internet standard, RSS, he specialises in things that seem obvious and trivially simple, but prove crucial. He has created concepts now used by over a billion people.