We support engineering entrepreneurs across the UK from our base at the Royal Academy of Engineering at Prince Philip House in central London.
Prince Philip House is also home to our co-working and meeting space, the Taylor Centre, which Hub Members can use free of charge.
It’s the perfect location for holding important company meetings, hosting events, or just bumping into other like-minded engineers and entrepreneurs working on a huge range of projects.
We also regularly bring together our community at the Taylor Centre for peer-to-peer learning opportunities, networking events, socials, and more.
If you have an idea for how to use the space, then let us know!
The Taylor Centre is named after distinguished inventor and entrepreneur, and supporter of the Hub, Dr John C Taylor OBE FREng. The centre was made possible by a generous donation from distinguished inventor and entrepreneur Dr John C Taylor OBE FREng, as well as the support of the late Geoffrey Argent FREng and the Wolfson Foundation, and the kind donation of equipment for the new space from Toshiba UK. The Royal Academy of Engineering thanks these supporters for their invaluable contribution to creating a home for the best of engineering entrepreneurship.