Thursday, March 29, 2012

Google Opens Campus London A New Place For London Based Start-ups

Google wants to want to empower the next generation of London based start-ups. The company today announced the opening of Campus London , a seven story co-working facility in the east London neighborhood known as Tech City.

Campus London is a collaboration between Google and partners Central Working, Tech Hub, Seedcamp and Springboard. The site will provide start-ups with workspace, free high speed internet and a support program which will include mentoring programs, speaker series, networking events and more. The campus is open to all members of startup community not just those in the the sector: entrepreneurs, investors, developers, designers, lawyers, accountants, etc. are all invited.

"Our goal with Campus is to catalyze the start-up ecosystem and build Britain's single largest community of start-ups under one roof," wrote Eze Vidra, Head of Campus London in his blog post announcing the opening.

According to Google on day one, Campus is already at 90% capacity, with more than 100 people on site and an additional 4,500 who have signed up online to visit. Take a photo tour of Campus here, and if you’d like to learn more visit

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