Workspaces

The Enterprise Lab and Advanced Hackspace offer all Imperial students space to work on business ideas, hold meetings, prototype and join an inspiring community of likeminded individuals. 

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The Enterprise Lab

Since it opened in 2016, the Enterprise Lab has been the place to go to for teams working on their business, holding meetings and getting tailored advice from our Experts-in-residence.

Our flexible workspace is the centre of the entrepreneurial community at Imperial, offering co-working space for all Imperial students, free founders-fuel (coffee or cold drinks, whichever takes your fancy!) and a range of spaces and meeting rooms to book. 

You can also take advantage of the expertise of the Lab team by booking an Idea Surgery. A member of the team will talk through your idea and be able to advise on next steps, or point you in the direction of one of our Experts-in-residence. 

The Lab also hosts a wide range of events, including our monthly Community Social, where you can meet other likeminded students, chat over a pizza and hear from some of our student startups. 

 

Imperial College Advanced Hackspace

The Imperial College Advanced Hackspace (ICAH) is a unique community of over 2,000 like-minded hackers, inventors, designers and entrepreneurs from across the College. ICAH’s mission is to deliver the skills, resources and people to support its members and partners with the development of their ideas. As such, ICAH provides access to a unique network of workshops, laboratories, co-location spaces, world-class prototyping equipment and professional experts across Imperial.

News

The latest from the lab

Imperial celebrates five years of pioneering WE Innovate women

TRIK, the Google Maps for structures, has been listed as one of 60 women-led startups shaking up tech across the globe. Pae Natwilai founded TRIK whilst studying at Imperial and grew her idea as part of the 2014-15 WE Innovate cohort.

WE Innovate alumni named in top 60 women shaking up tech

TRIK, the Google Maps for structures, has been listed as one of 60 women-led startups shaking up tech across the globe. Pae Natwilai founded TRIK whilst studying at Imperial and grew her idea as part of the 2014-15 WE Innovate cohort.

Get in touch

Phone: +44 (0)20 7594 1964
Email: enterprise.lab@imperial.ac.uk

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