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Join our community and get the support you need as you grow

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 would normally have 24/7 access to a coworking space and meeting rooms for one flat fee. 

For the moment we have gone virtual. Reach out to see if connecting with the ideaSpace team and our community of founders and their teams can be a helpful support.

Once we are out of the temporary office closure we will continue as we usually do.

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.

Choose your membership....

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 or phone 01223 330971.

 

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We’re Still a Community (even when we’re not in the office)

Mar 31, 2020

As part of the university’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic we made the decision last week to close the ideaSpace offices for all activity, with the exception of essential and emergency access by our members. From the beginning we’ve said that the space element of ideaSpace was only one of the mechanisms in which we support our members and bring our community together. With recent developments this narrative has been put to the test.

Celebrating British Science Week

Mar 12, 2020

To celebrate British Science Week we spoke to three of our Founders about their innovative ideas, their story and the challenges they face. With three offices across Cambridge we wanted to feature a venture from each… Elyn Shen, Founder of Tenoke - a venture that uses ground-breaking technology to transform cardiovascular diseases prevention, is based at ideaSpace South on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus. Ruchi Sharma, a member at ideaSpace West is the Founder of Stemnovate – a venture redefining drug discovery through data. Attila Csordas, member of ideaSpace City and Founder of AgeCurve – World’s First Deep Age Profiling from Home.

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