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ideaspace exists to support founders with scalable innovative ideas which could potentially have a global impact.

With three offices across Cambridge you can choose the best location for you.

As an ideaSpace member you have 24/7 access to a coworking space and meeting rooms for one flat fee. 

ideaSpace uses its flexible workspace to provide a stimulating and supportive environment in which its members can share knowledge and experience as they develop their business models, create concepts and build their team.

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Part time membership – a guaranteed space to work one day a week -  Monthly fee of £80+VAT 

Full time membership – a guaranteed space to work 5 days a week - Monthly fee of £250+VAT

How to apply

Send us an email saying why you would like to become a member and tell us a bit about what you are working on. Our Membership Manager will review your application in the first instance. You may subsequently be invited to an interview with our Director.

Apply for membership

To apply for ideaSpace membership or to find out more, email team@ideaspace.cam.ac.uk or phone 01223 330971.

 

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Celebrating World Environment Day - Polysolar’s Contribution to Saving our Planet

Jun 05, 2019

ideaSpace exists to support founders with scalable innovative ideas which could potentially address global threats like climate change. To celebrate World Environment Day we spoke to Hamish Watson, founder of ideaSpace alumni company Polysolar – a leader in the provision of solar PV glass for energy generation in buildings. He took us through Polysolar’s story, from product inception to where it is today, and shared his thoughts on the secret to the company’s success, the challenges that have shaped its growth, and some advice on crowdfunding.

LESSONS FOR A FOUNDER - 10 Things a Start-up Company Should Consider When Writing a Communications Plan

May 29, 2019

Lorna Cuddon set up Zyme Communications 10 years ago to focus on early stage life science companies as she saw a gap in the market for a Cambridge based company. At our recent B3 event Lorna shared what an early stage start-up needs to consider in their communications. She first touched on why you need it. Communications is essential to support corporate objectives; whether its raising investment or creating commercial leads and sales revenue, establishing partnerships or raising the company profile to support a recruitment drive – the comms plan can help! We took the top 10 tips from Lorna’s talk – read on to find out what you can do to up your communications game.

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