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22/5/2019 13:0022/5/2019 16:30Enterprise Hub open dayPrince Philip House, 3 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5DG
DROP IN BETWEEN 1.00pm - 4.30pm
The Royal Academy of Engineering's Enterprise Hub is running a drop in open day for anyone interested in its programmes. The Hub runs several schemes for engineering and technology leaders and entrepreneurs to support them in commercialising their innovation and scaling up.
This event is open to all interested applicants, as well as representatives from university technology transfer offices and research institutes.
This is a great opportunity:
to learn in more detail about the programmes of the Enterprise Hub
to meet the Enterprise Hub team who can answer any questions
to visit the Taylor Centre, a dedicated touch-down workspace for Hub members.
Launchpad - Each year the Hub helps one budding engineering entrepreneur aged 18 to 25 to start a business based on their engineering innovation.
Enterprise Fellowships - Enterprise Fellowships support creative and entrepreneurial engineers who have an exceptional innovation that they plan to develop further. The Hub equips them with the confidence, skills, experience and networks needed to bring innovations to market. Enterprise Fellowships are open to:
researchers wishing to spinout a company from a university or research institute
recent graduates wishing to create a company
international PhD students already based in the UK wishing to spinout or startup here.
SME Leaders Programme - This six-month programme supports individuals in executive roles in high-growth engineering and technology SMEs to develop their leadership skills. If you have plans to scale-up your enterprise and want guidance on navigating the challenges and growing pains, then this programme is for you.
About the Enterprise Hub
At the Enterprise Hub, our mission is to increase the number and quality of high-growth engineering and technology companies that solve some of society’s most pressing challenges. We’re fostering a culture of entrepreneurship, innovation and success among engineers in the UK, and creating more jobs and economic growth.
For further information about the event, please contact Catherine Capone. , Programme Manager Enterprise, Royal Academy of Engineering.