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The Enterprise Hub is supported by a network of individuals and organisations who share our vision to support the most promising engineering entrepreneurs in the UK, and to provide them with the best practical support, expert advice and networking opportunities.

Our supporters include distinguished engineers and innovators, investors, business leaders and companies from a wide range of industry sectors. Their active involvement often goes beyond financial support - sharing expertise on how best to grow the companies developed by our Hub Members, offering access to valuable connections, facilitating events and programmes.

Supporters

We are grateful to the individuals and organisations who share our vision and support the Enterprise Hub to achieve its aims.

Our supporters include distinguished engineers and innovators, investors, business leaders and companies from a wide range of industry sectors. Their active involvement often goes beyond financial support - sharing expertise on how best to grow the companies developed by our Hub Members, offering access to valuable connections, facilitating events and programmes.

We could not provide the level of support needed to drive UK engineering innovation without your help. Together we can make a difference. Thank you.

2020/21 Enterprise Hub funders

Organisations

  • The Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)
  • The Royal Commission for the Great Exhibition of 1851

Trusts and Foundations

  • The Gammon Family
  • The Blavatnik Family Foundation

Corporate Funders

  • Beacon Capital
  • BP
  • Mathys & Squire

Enterprise Hub Donors

  • The Wolfson Foundation
  • Dr John C Taylor OBE FREng

To discuss opportunities to support the Enterprise Hub, please call Rachel Earnshaw on 0207 766 0720, or email Rachel.Earnshaw@raeng.org.uk.

The Enterprise Hub
Prince Philip House
3 Carlton House Terrace
London
SW1Y 5DG
Tel: 020 7766 0600

We are delighted to be partnering with the Royal Academy of Engineering across a range of important areas for both organisations. We are working to ensure that engineering plays its full part in harnessing knowledge to create opportunities, both in the UK and internationally.

David Eyton CBE FREng, BP’s Group Head of Technology

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