TechHub to open new London location

Moorgate co-working office will help tech entrepreneurs build out their teams and scale up

TechHub, a flexible workspace provider for tech start-ups, has announced that it will be opening its latest London location in Moorgate later this month.

Open from 22 June at 20 Ropemaker Street, the aptly-named TechHub London site will enable members to be closer to the City with space for 400 entrepreneurs.

Founded in 2010 by  former Startups Awards judge Elizabeth Varley and TechCrunch ‘Editor at large’ Mike Butcher, TechHub looks to support the global tech start-up community with offices in India, Wales, America, Spain, Latvia, Romania and London – Shoreditch (pictured) and Google Campus.

Alongside office space, the company offers access to product testing labs, networking events, demo nights and advice sessions with the goal to help fast-growth technology businesses scale up.

Its new London location will be the first to offer three types of membership; for large teams, groups of one to four people and ‘Flex Members’; for entrepreneurs that can drop in and out of the site when they need.

Andrew Tibbitts, global COO, TechHub, commented:

“UK start-ups are attracting investment like never before and with its close proximity to the City, and excellent opportunities to help them grow, we’re expecting to see our members use TechHub London to succeed even further in raising funding rounds, attracting the very best talent and successfully bringing products to market.

“Our purpose-built facilities in the world’s largest startup ecosystems enables businesses to think globally from the start.”

 

 

 

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