About the Incubator
The Imperial White City Incubator is a hub for innovation and entrepreneurship, providing office and laboratory space for early-stage companies.
The Incubator is based at Imperial College London's White City Campus, an ambitious development in West London. Imperial is consistently ranked as one of the best universities in the world, appearing in the top ten of the QS World University Rankings for 2016.
The Incubator is managed by Imperial White City Incubator Limited, with Imperial Innovations Group plc acting as service provider.
Early-stage businesses can take advantage of being in close proximity to eminent scientists and experts in technology. The Incubator's central location in London offers easy access to customers, investors, commercial partners and consultants. Incubation support is offered by Imperial Innovations.
The Imperial White City Incubator offers:
- State of the art facilities serviced to a high standard
- Office and laboratory space suitable for technology and research focused start-ups and early-stage companies
- Incubation support with services managed by Imperial Innovations
- Access to a range of events, networking and education programmes to support business growth
- A preferred supplier network providing discounted services to Incubator companies
- A range of licences to suit your business - including virtual memberships.
About the I-HUB
The I-HUB is Imperial’s translation and innovation hub, a space dedicated to turning world-leading research into new products and services.
Here, Imperial College London and Imperial College ThinkSpace have created a dynamic, enterprising environment which enables the translation of research outcomes into internationally significant technologies.
The building provides space for entrepreneurs, start ups, SMEs and international corporations at every stage of their growth. Across 187,000 sq ft, it incorporates a range of fully serviced laboratory, write-up, incubator and office spaces, providing scalable, high specification accommodation to commercialise research and ideas.
If you are working on solving technical challenges and developing your business, the I-HUB at the White City Campus offers space to:
The White City Campus will be a place where academics, government, clinicians, established businesses and start ups co-locate and collaborate, sharing ideas and expertise. This new innovation district will reinforce London’s status as a catalyst for scientific development and economic growth.
At the I-HUB, thousands of next-generation thinkers and entrepreneurs will translate and commercialise cutting-edge research for the benefit of our economy and society.
We offer affordable adaptable office and laboratory spaces, providing open-plan, turn-key or bespoke flexible working spaces for companies at every stage of their growth.
About Imperial College ThinkSpace
If your company is growing and looking to expand, Imperial College ThinkSpace can support you through the next stage of your growth. ThinkSpace supports incubator graduates by offering a range of scalable spaces to ensure your company continues to thrive in a collaborative, yet fully independent working environment.
Our facilities are ideal for companies who’ve established product and market fit, and are looking for expansion opportunities to meet the bigger need for their products or services.
Incubator manager - graham hewson
Graham joined Innovations as the Incubator Manager in 2010. The Imperial Incubator is a hub for innovation and entrepreneurship, providing office and laboratory space for early-stage companies including many spinouts from Imperial College London.
Graham has worked in Incubation for over nine years, and has previously managed a successful digital media incubator in London's tech city.
Innovators' Programme Manager - Thomas Bond
Tom joined the Incubator in June 2017 and is managing the White City Innovators’ Programme in partnership with NatWest. He has worked at Imperial College London for nearly three years, most recently at the Grantham Institute- Climate Change and the environment, where he managed a programme training the next generation of environmental entrepreneurs.