- 36 South Gyle Crescent, Edinburgh, EH12 9EB
- 0141 418 9120
- Location: South Gyle
- Parking: Yes
- Sector/Specialism: Creative, Tech
- Free Office Space
- Investment Readying
- IT Facilities
- Meeting Roons
- Support Program
Edinburgh’s Entrepreneurial Revival
Entrepreneurial Spark® is the world’s largest free people
accelerator for start-up and scaleup businesses. Open to businesses
from all sectors and completely free
As a business accelerator, Entrepreneurial Spark provides the space, assistance and opportunities to help businesses grow and evolve.
With an enviable arrangement of free office space, meeting rooms and facilitation of collaboration with other start-ups from across a range of industries, E Spark members have the means to sculpt their business in a supportive and professional environment. Additionally, an 18 month support program and access to independent investment schemes give members of this visionary facility a significant edge over other start-ups and entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneurial Spark focuses on using its extensive network of mentors to guide new and small businesses through the early mine-fields of business formation, to acceleration, investment and eventual growth. The resultant start-up successes regularly passing through the doors of Entrepreneurial Spark is testament to the commitment and desire to make Edinburgh the centre of a Scottish business start-up renaissance.
The E Spark program offers access to free collaborative office space and professional meeting rooms as well as mentorship throughout and a program to become investor ready. Access to additional events and professional development workshops are also provided.
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The Interspace project is providing a platform for collaboration across those 15 incubators that we have in the city.
, The City of Edinburgh Council
You just need to be singing your song and making a noise in this part of the world so that you attract people to work here.
Founder of Techcube
In the end, we are all here to help Scotland to grow. To create jobs and to create a more vibrant sustainable economy.
It's a real resource for us here in Edinburgh... I think the potential is really quite significant.