WeWork calls for “London’s brightest start-ups” to join its first European lab
100 spaces available for tech and creative companies to receive access to events, programming and mentorship schemes
Global workspace firm WeWork has opened applications for its first European WeWork Labs programme, with 100 spaces available for creative and technology start-ups at its newest site in London Fields.
Successful applicants will occupy a dedicated floor and receive access to a number of benefits including creative consultation and mentorship from design, technology, art and fashion experts, as well as workshops led by “London’s leading” venture capital firms.
Members will also be able to attend seminars on topics such as financial consulting, fundraising optimisation and scaling UK businesses globally and attend networking events with other Labs and WeWork community members in London.
Joe Gaunt, managing director for the United Kingdom at WeWork, said: “London has long balanced its status as a tech hub, financial centre and enabler of creative industries, with new talent emerging from each of these sectors and every corner of the city.
“The team at WeWork are excited to receive applications and begin building a new cohort of WeWork success stories together.”
The application process will take place between March 2 and March 15, with successful applicants announced on March 24. Apply here.