Start-up Support

Aimed at supporting Birmingham’s entrepreneurial tech community, Innovation Birmingham Campus runs a robust start-up support centre offering a number of packages under its Entrepreneurs for the Future (e4f) banner.

e4f represents the heart of Birmingham’s tech scene, offering a creative, collaborative and community-led environment that supports start-ups and Entrepreneurs. Offering free business support, access to mentors and funding, e4f is the perfect location to launch your business.

Choose a start-up package that’s right for you:

Want some support starting an innovative tech company – e4f.incubator

e4f.Incubator helps innovative technology start-ups to launch, develop and grow their businesses in the West Midlands. e4f offers a 12 month incubation package worth over 10K where companies based in e4f gain access to experienced mentors and professionals, access to finance, technology resources, free events, and showcase and investment days. Being surrounded by such an ecosystem is why incubated companies are more likely to survive than those that go it alone.


Want a dynamic community-led space to hot-desk in – Campus membership

Be at the heart of Birmingham’s collaborative tech community with any one of the three Campus membership packages, starting at £35 + VAT per month.  Campus membership is Birmingham’s co-working hot desking space and community for technology businesses and start-ups.

The Campus membership packages are perfect for those whose businesses require a less structured programme or are unable to commit to an office on campus. This way you and your business get the best of both worlds. With a hot-desking package, you are able to be a-part of the community and take advantage of the Campus’ offerings while still having the freedom you require to build your business.

Membership Packages

Want some support starting a low carbon company – Climate-KIC

The Climate-KIC programme provides a support service package for start-up projects in the low-carbon sector. This service is offered free of charge for successful applicants. The programme is open to start-up companies, as well as to existing companies who have a start-up project to move into the low-carbon market. Once successful in securing a place on the programme, entrepreneurs are given a range of support services to help them develop their business plan.

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