The Taylor Centre – a new home for the Hub

The Enterprise Hub started as a ‘virtual’ community.  Our Enterprise Committee Chair, Ian Shott CBE FREng, shares the vision behind the launch of the home for the Hub: “With the opening of the new Taylor Centre within the Academy, we’re providing Hub Members with a brand new place to meet, work, and grow their businesses”

"the last piece in the puzzle of transforming Prince Philip House"

12 new entrepreneurial engineers join the Enterprise Hub

The new Hub Members include recent graduates and post-doctoral researchers from across the UK who are developing technology ranging from non-invasive heart monitors to hydrogen batteries for clean, off-grid electricity. Learn more about them here.

"The 2017 Enterprise Fellows are the first to make full use of the Academy’s new Taylor Centre"

Are you an SME Leader?

Our SME Leaders programme supports promising leaders of high-growth engineering and technology SMEs with workshops, mentoring and funding towards training.  Apply here before 4 July 2017 or meet last year’s winners here.

"We aim to support the development of leadership skills."

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Royal Academy

of Engineering’s

Enterprise Hub

harnesses the expertise, insight and networks of Academy Fellows, who include some of the UK’s most successful entrepreneurs and business leaders, to support the country’s most promising engineering entrepreneurs.

 

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Hub Member spotlight
Dr Sithamparanathan Sabesan

Sithamparanathan Sabesan is CEO of PervasID, a project based on technology spun-out from his research at the University...

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23 June 2017
Innovators' Network: Internati... calendar icon

As part of our Innovators’ Network series, this event will focus on improving diversity and inclusion in the engineering and techonology start-up ecosystem.

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Enterprise Hub
 

£481 billion

The contribution of engineering to the UK economy Source: ONS

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