Anthony is the CEO and Co-Founder of SeedLegals - the revolutionary new platform that lets startups complete the legal process for a funding round quickly, easily and at a fraction of the cost of a law firm. Anthony began challenging and disrupting the status quo from a very young age. At the age of 14, he built computer parts for Apple in his childhood home in Cape Town, South Africa. By 16 he had developed car aerodynamic modelling software and had a government license to break the national speed limit. Anthony’s first experience of an industry being disrupted was during his time at P2P music file sharing company Kazaa. The BBC then hired Anthony to launch its streaming service, for which he’s known as ‘The Father of BBC iPlayer’, where he played a part in the next wave of disruption, video on demand. Away from his current day-job as a serial founder, and after two successful exits in the past two years, Anthony still finds time to build new products in his home overlooking the Thames in the heart of Central London.