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to start up, thrive and grow, creating new innovations & businesses

We have helped to create


from these businesses growing, plus from other employment programmes & grants

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in finance to help registered charities, enterprises and sustainable businesses

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Are you looking for flexible workspace options and want to meet and network with like-minded people in a
business hub?

Inspiring workspace

Come and visit us in our Future Business Centres in Cambridge, Peterborough and London: we offer workspace, meeting rooms, networking and the opportunity to become part of an impact community


Do you need advice and support to help you develop and grow your business? How about on-site business advice, expert workshops and specialist mentoring?

Venture support

Check out our venture support programme: it provides a range of free support to help entrepreneurs and ventures develop and scale their business, through workshops, talks and training


Do you need development funding to help support your charity’s impact goals – and to meet impact investors interested in your mission?

Social finance

Our finance team can advise on the best funding routes and financial options for your organisation, to help you deliver those vital projects and developments that transform lives and communities.

Future 20 spotlight: Sutrue
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Future 20 spotlight: Sutrue

Medtech company Sutrue has created an automated suturing device that enables surgeons to easily perform stitches more accurately and safely in challenging sites.

Sutrue joined our Future 20 programme last year and is set to bring much needed innovation to the traditional suturing process which has not seen much progression in thousands of years.

Building resilience for local businesses over lockdown

Participants got expert advice in legal issues, HR, finance, strategy, marketing, productivity and coaching, with intensive and flexible 1-to-1 mentor support – through 17 workshops all delivered within one month. Two month-long programmes were run between May and July, and the cohort were able to form a tight-knit and supportive peer community, whilst learning practical skills such as how to take their business online, or to navigate a huge decrease in income.

Building resilience for local businesses over lockdown
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