We have discovered this place during one of General Assembly events last month,
and have been addicted ever since. Campus is powered by Google and occupies six storeys-high old office building, just off Shoreditch’s Silicon Roundabout. Unobtrusive from the outside (in fact easy to miss if you don’t know where u’re going), but filled with energy and entrepreneurial spirit. The fact that it’s located literally around the corner of our HQ is of course the cherry on the cake!
It offers seven floors of flexible work spaces, free internet and all the support you need to get your creative ideas off the ground. Besides being relaxed place to work and to connect (and selling some of the best flat whites in Shoreditch), it also runs an impressive schedule of talks and hacks organized by the startup community.
You can become member by signing online (this option is entirely free) and work from the cafe or – if you’re looking for a full-time working space – become a campus resident and join other startups on the upper floor’s co-working spaces. You can also just come and attend one of the events on their calendar. See you soon?
To round up with a quote of the Campus head, Ezequiel Vidra: “In terms of technology startups and tech activity, London has lacked the density of San Francisco, so this idea is to provide a space for people to meet, to work and exchange ideas. If you’re a London-based startup or are just passing through town, we invite you to join the Campus community.”