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, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our game changers
Here are some of the teams previous funders have supported.
Deploy has developed the world’s first of a kind air-deployed, ready-to-use concrete water tank. Find out more
Summer Accelerator 2021 winner, Dama Health, is revolutionising the way in which women are matched to their contraception. Find out more
SaltyCo combines material science and regenerative agriculture to create planet-positive textiles. Find out more
SURU Together have developed People Supported Intelligence (PSi), an online platform for civic organisations to engage their whole community in deliberative participatory decision-making. Find out more
Charco are restoring the quality of life of people with Parkinson’s, as well as other long term conditions, through simple and effective non-invasive, medical innovation. Their first product, CUE1, is a wearable device for people with Parkinson’s, that utilises pulsed cueing and focused vibrotactile stimulation to reduce symptoms of slowness and stiffness. Find out more
GreenAlytics is a comprehensive software package that any organisation can use to manage its ESG data and reporting. Find out more
Haalo is a weather-proof custom-built drone that will speed up search and rescue operations by quickly searching an area, identifying missing persons and alerting the emergency services to their location. Find out more
Watter is a unique, eco-friendly hydropower device that’s cheaper to build and maintain - providing a competitive alternative to solar panels and diesel generators. Find out more
Million pounds funding raised
Individual students engaged