Entrepreneurs for the future

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Entrepreneurs for the future
Status unknown
Country United Kingdom
State or District West Midlands
City Birmingham
Last Updated 2017-05-26
Website www.bsp-a.com/e4f
Phone 0121 250 3518
Twitter www.twitter.com/e4f
E-mail katherinep@bsp-a.com
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Faraday Wharf, Birmingham Science Park Aston, Holt Street, Birmingham
B7 4BB Birmingham
United Kingdom

Number of members 30+"+" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value 30.
Membership fee It costs nothing to become involved with Entrepreneurs for the Future.

We are funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

Location 52° 29' 18.66" N, 1° 53' 17.21" W

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Entrepreneurs for the Future Centre (e4f)


Entrepreneurs for the Future (e4f) is a mentor led tech startup incubator programme run by Birmingham Science Park Aston (BSPA).

- 6-month incubation - Working environment - Access to finance (grants, loans etc) - Inspiring Mentors - Showcase & investment days

e4f allows tech creatives with common interests in the region to come together and work on collaborative projects, share ideas, knowledge and resources. The companies involved with e4f are currently working on a variety of projects.

More information can be found on our website: www.bsp-a.com/e4f

We also host a variety of events and user groups:

Tech Wednesday - 3rd Wednesday of every month

Tech Wednesday is a new monthly tech meetup for the Birmingham area. Are you looking to meet with like-minded individuals in the digital tech industry? Looking to collaborate with the cream of Birmingham’s burgeoning tech community? Like coffee? Then Tech Wednesday should be right up your street.

Launch 48

The aim of Launch48 is to bring together participants from different backgrounds and levels of experience in the web industry to think/plan/develop and launch one or multiple web apps in one weekend. That’s right, in 48 hours! It’s a frantic, energy fuelled, entrepreneurial event designed to engage all participants while offering the opportunity to learn and meet new people.

Various tech user groups, including: Birmingham Perl Mongers, West Midlands Ruby User Group, Midlands Mac User Group, Linux User Group and PHP WM.

e4f is funded by the European Regional Development Fund.