Where’s Campus?

We’re located in the heart of Shoreditch and right by Silicon Roundabout at 4-5 Bonhill Street. Nearest tubes include Old Street, Moorgate and Liverpool Street.

When’s Campus open?

Our cafe is open 9am-8:00pm Monday to Friday for members. Over the weekend, we’re open for events and coworking residents can access the building 24/7.

What kind of events do you hold at Campus?

Anyone can apply to use our event space for free - everything from hackathons to conferences, demo days to workshops. Our community is now reaching over 70,000 people and we have to ensure that the events we run cater appropriately for this. 

Looking forward to 2018 there is a strong focus on events aimed at startups looking to grow and scale so it is worth keeping this in mind when applying to hosts here at Campus. For more, head to our Events tab.

How does the space at Campus work?

Let’s start in the basement, which houses our first come, first served coworking space. Members can post and find jobs on the community board, meet fellow founders, and make connections that could change your business. On the ground floor is our Main Event Space, which fits 135. Head upstairs and find TechHub’s coworking space on the first and second floor. The third floor houses our Campus Residency program. Seedcamp and Code First: Girls share the fourth floor. Click to see events.

Why did Google start Campus?

Google began life as a startup in a garage in California, and we’ve kept our passion for entrepreneurship. With Campus, we wanted to create a connecting space, somewhere for founders to network, learn, teach, and grow.

Who are your partners at Campus?

Our coworking floors (1 and 2) are run by TechHub, who run community coworking spaces across the globe from Bangalore to Boston. Seedcamp sits of the 4th floor alongside Code First: Girls (CFG). Seedcamp invests early in world-class founders attacking large, global markets and solving real problems using technology. CFG works with companies and women to increase the numbers of women in tech.

Who’s based at Campus?

The basement is a non-dedicated coworking space for registered Campus members; from entrepreneurs to investors, designers to developers, old hands to first timers, everyone who wants to start a company is welcome. Residents tend to be tech startups based with our partners TechHub or Seedcamp.

How much does it cost to rent a desk at Campus?

Coworking is run by our partners TechHub, who charge £275/month per desk, which includes wifi, tea/coffee and access to their community and events schedule. Don’t live in London or just starting out? Flex membership is £375/year for occasional desk use.

Who chooses who becomes a resident at Campus?

TechHub select who gets a dedicated coworking space on Floors 1 and 2 and, in general, they select tech startups rather than freelancers or agencies.

Our new program, Campus Residency, runs on Floor 3. Startups must apply for access to this 6-month growth program. Applications for 2018 will be open in the spring.

Why should I sign up for Campus membership?

Registering as a member gets you access to our diverse community of founders, entrepreneurs and startup people. Once you attend a Campus New Members Orientation to pick up your badge, you can work from the cafe, enjoying fast Wi-Fi and great coffee.  The cafe is open Monday-Friday, and is a great place to meet likeminded people and make connections to grow your startup.

Who can use the cafe?

Our registered members: just sign up and attend a Campus New Members Orientation. It's free to become a member and open to anyone looking to build or grow their startup.