10 ways to make the most of TechHub

At TechHub we’re working hard to ensure we and our community continue to support one another, even through these tough times. Seeing how all of you, our lovely members and ecosystem are supporting each other and people around the world has been wonderful. Here’s how you can make the most of the TechHub business growth programme, giving you access to experts for top notch advice, and to successful founders to keep us building our knowledge of how others have done it before us.

  1. Ask our knowledgeable community team for connections to other members. Want to chat to other TechHub members working in your sector, using the same technologies or at a similar stage or business model? Just email our community team community@techhub.com with specific topics, sectors or people you’d like to connect with so we can introduce you.

  2. Connect with other members using our online tools. Find out more about our members and connect with them directly to ask questions or provide support. Our members Slack channel has over a thousand members who are on hand to support you, or post in the Founders channel for strategic stuff. Offer help or ask a question and the community will come to you. Our Member Page is also a great tool for understanding what other members are up to. Any questions on access, contact community@techhub.com

  3. Promote yourself using our social channels. TechHub has a strong social following and we’re always looking for great content and to share your news. If you have announcements, good news, offers, events, you’re hiring or other information you want to push out to the ecosystem, we can share it on our TechHub Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and newsletters to help you reach over 50,000 people. Email the community team your stuff at community@techhub.com

  4. Support your work with our business growth programme. One of the main reasons our wonderful members join TechHub is to access our growth support programme, which we are still running remotely. Check out our April programme to see which investors you can meet, and to sign up for our workshops on working with remote teams, making the most of your LinkedIn network, building your content and comms strategy and more. Contact the Programme team if you need the access code events@techhub.com

  5. Take advantage of our wide network in the tech ecosystem and beyond. TechHub has been supporting the growth of London’s startup community for 10 years which has given us great opportunity to partner, work with and make great connections across the ecosystem. Do you want to chat with a specialist lawyer, accountant, branding agency, or accelerator programme? Our team have relationships with experts and advisors who have a track record of working with tech startups, so you don’t need to spend your time sorting through all the options. Email Perdie and Margaret-Anne in our programme team to request an intro, events@techhub.com

  6. Connect with the ecosystem enablers in our community. Alongside startups, TechHub is home to some of the leading ecosystem enablers who support and represent the growth of the startup community. TechHub members, Coadec are the policy voice of startups, and have been working tirelessly over the past weeks to represent to government the pressing challenges technology startups are facing. Coadec also outline policy and support that government could provide to help your business, and share information about what’s currently available. Get in touch with joel@coadec.com for more information. We’re proud to host other ecosystem enablers at TechHub including People of Colour in Tech, Raspberry Pi Foundation, Apps for Good and Founders 4 Schools.

  7. Book a chat with our Founder and CEO, and our COO for business support. Elizabeth our Founder and CEO, and Andrew our COO have spent years building TechHub globally, working closely with corporates, and have a wealth of other business experience before that. They will both be running 1:1 business strategy sessions with members this month and can help with things like providing input to your pitch deck and specific business challenges. To book a session with one of them, keep an eye on our programme so you can book a slot as they come up. Elizabeth’s current slots are available here.

  8. Book a support session with our expert partners. TechHub have partnered with trusted experts who are on hand for our community to provide support in a range of essential areas. Sit down (virtually) with Alex from Hiscox to talk through insurance issues, Gemma and team from Deloitte’s Propel startup accounting team, and Mustapha from talent.io to talk about talent and hiring. We also partner with Google for Startups and Marta and the team are a gateway to all sorts of support and connections at Google, plus all the other Google for Startups partners we’ve been friends with for years. If you are interested in finding out more about how our partners can help you, contact our programme team, events@techhub.com or book a session directly via our programme page.

  9. Access discounts and offers on products and services designed to help you scale your business. Through our network and relationships within the ecosystem, we have a whole host of discounts and offers you can take advantage of as a TechHub member, including Google Cloud and AWS credits to build your infrastructure, Stripe credits to save money on payments, free initial calls with accountants, lawyers, and more. Find out more on the ‘benefits and perks’ tab of our Member Page, and contact the community team if you have any questions community@techhub.com

  10. Connect with TechHub members supporting the fight against Covid-19 and get involved. We’ve got members running hackathons, members running food delivery companies for vulnerable people, and members running webinars to support businesses, want to get involved? Contact the team and we’ll put you in touch hello@techhub.com

Not a TechHub member and want to get involved? Find out more about membership options, and get in touch with our team membership@techhub.com to find out more.