Your gift to Imperial Enterprise Lab will enable us to scale our support and increase the number of game-changing innovations we can grow to startups.
We are seeking sponsors to support our groundbreaking programmes to develop Imperial students’ entrepreneurial ambitions.
Who to contact
If you are interested in giving as an individual or in sponsoring one of our programmes listed above please contact, Sarah Ranchev-Hale, Head of Programmes and Partnerships, email@example.com.
Our game changers
Here are some of the teams previous funders have supported.
Pelation enables you to move from Point A to B when and where you want without fear of safety on the road. They are designed to maximise safety for cyclists and increase awareness of drivers without compromising on style or time. Find out more
Arthronica is a digital health tech start-up that spun out from the bioengineering department of Imperial in 2018. The aim of the company is to use computer vision to prevent chronic pain and support doctors in the diagnosis and treatment of arthritic conditions. Find out more
DASH Rides are here to get things moving! It is a fast and easy e-bike subscription service that aims to change the way the world moves for good. They believe that businesses can empower their employees with a cost-efficient, healthy, and carbon-busting way to travel. Find out more
Treeconomy provides an income for landowners by planting trees, measuring the carbon captured with new drone technology and selling this as carbon offset packages to corporates looking to hit net zero targets. Find out more
Multus Media have developed an animal-free replacement for blood serum that can be used to feed the cells affordably and profitably. Find out more
This year’s Venture Catalyst Challenge winners, The Shellworks, have created a plastic alternative from seafood waste that breaks down in any natural environment, allowing consumers to throw away their waste worry-free. Find out more
Mindset is a mobile application that safeguards the most vulnerable members of society, delivering the neurological care through sophisticated screening tests from the safety of their homes. Find out more
Million pounds funding raised
Individual students engaged