Innovation hubs (I)


A few innovation hubs, accelerators, incubators and other community-based startup support organizations to check out:


London: Level39

According to Level39’s website, “Level39 is Europe’s largest technology accelerator for finance, retail, cyber-security and future cities technology companies​”. With an interesting focus, at a hip location this hub is part of the exciting London startup scene.


 

New York: Impact Hub for social innovation

“Impact Hubs are where change goes to work. Part innovation lab, part business incubator, and part community center, we offer our members a unique ecosystem of resources, inspiration, and collaboration opportunities to grow impact. We believe a better world evolves through the combined accomplishments of creative, committed and compassionate individuals focused on a common purpose.  Joining our diverse community of members and collaborators will inspire, connect, and enable you to develop your best work every step of the way.” http://www.impacthub.net/

InpactHub is international and have a number of locations around the globe.


Cambridge cluster: St John’s Innovation Center

One of the oldest innovation centers in Europe offering innovation support services.


London: HUB Westminster (Social Enterprises)

A short video that discusses the pros and cons of the hub work style.


Osaka: Osaka Innovation Hub

http://www.innovation-osaka.jp/


 

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