About Us

TechHub is the global community for tech entrepreneurs and startups. We support the growth of over 750 companies across the world, whether they're founders getting started, or fast-scaling 50 to 100-person teams.

TechHub's approach is different to that of an accelerator - we don’t take equity, invest in or impose success metrics or membership time limits on our startups.

We work exclusively with tech product startups and scale-ups by understanding the process they go through and the needs they have at each stage. We support startups across all stages of their development - from ideation to exit.

TechHub members build enterprise and consumer technology product businesses within a wide variety of industries and verticals including fintech, adtech and media, security, retail, edtech, entertainment, health and medtech, sport and many more.

Our members benefit from the flexibility and freedom to build their businesses and develop their products how and when they want, with the consistent support of our dedicated teams and a community of like-minded peers.

Read more below to learn about our story and the ways in which we support startups.

2010

TechHub launches. Our first community space opens in London's Silicon Roundabout, with Google as a founding sponsor.

2011

TechHub launches its second location worldwide in Riga, Latvia.

2012

TechHub announces partnership with Campus London, Google for Entrepreneurs' first Campus community.

TechHub announces the launch of its third location worldwide: Bucharest, Romania.

2013

TechHub announces global membership at all locations within the TechHub network.

Facebook acquires TechHub member Monoidics.

TechHub announces partnership with British Telecom and the launch of the BT Infinity Labs programme.

TechHub launches second UK location in Swansea, Wales.

2014

TechHub launches its first location for scale-ups in London's Silicon Roundabout, with London Mayor Boris Johnson attending the offical opening.

Twitter acquires TechHub members Second Sync.

TechHub members Divide, who raised Series B investment over their TechHub membership, are acquired by Google.

TechHub expands to Asia, launching its first location in Bangalore, India.

2015

TechHub opens its largest worldwide location for scale-ups, in London, UK.

TechHub launches in Spain, extending its partnership with Google for Entrepreneurs to Campus Madrid.

TechHub launches in Poland, extending its partnership with Google for Entrepreneurs to Campus Warsaw.

2016

TechHub announces global partnership with Google for Entrepreneurs, giving all TechHub members worldwide access to Google programmes and support.

TechHub alumni Nexmo (who grew from 3 to 70+ and raised a $18M funding round while at TechHub) are acquired by US-based Vonage.

TechHub alumni SwiftKey (who raised Series B funding over their time as TechHub members) are acquired by Microsoft.

2017

TechHub member Wercker is acquired by Oracle.

Callsign raises $35 million, the largest-ever Series A investment closed by a TechHub member.

TechHub announces its launch in New York City.

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