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As we celebrate being open for one year we are as delighted as ever to invite entrepreneurs, sole traders, micro-businesses and small and medium sized enterprises to register for STEAMhouse’s business support programmes. There are a range of different opportunities on offer through the Product, Open and Challenge Routes including STEAMlab workshops, Business Support programmes,  prototyping support and access to the Production Space workshops – all of which have been designed to support sole traders and businesses who are interested in developing new products and services.

 

What does STEAMhouse offer?
– Co-working and project spaces for collaboration, working and meeting
– STEAMlab events – innovative challenge-based workshops for collective problem solving
– Access to well equipped print, wood, metal and digital workshops with equipment, tools and space for prototyping and product development in a wide range of materials.
– Support and advice from  skilled Technicians with wide-ranging expertise
– Specialist gaming support
– Wrap around Business support
– Grants of up to £2500 to support prototyping and advice around Intellectual Property (IP)
– Events and masterclasses bringing together researchers, experts and businesses
– Networking opportunities

 

 

Jack“The thing we use STEAMhouse for currently is to make changes to our prototype using expensive kit that we can’t do elsewhere. I honestly can’t sing STEAMhouse’s praises enough, we can’t believe there is this place in Birmingham that is free to use. It’s the magic ingredient – if you’re making a product, you don’t want to be anywhere else other than Birmingham and STEAMhouse.” – Jack Cornes, Hausbots Co-founder.

 

“Here at STEAMhouse, we are all professional artists, designers and entrepreneurs and we benefit creatively from working together and sharing ideas informally in the workshops. If you have an idea for a project for which you have to design a prototype – but don’t know where to turn for business advice, funding or technical knowhow, book onto the next tour of STEAMhouse and take it from there” – Bharti Parmar, Artist.

 


Don’t hesitate, sign up to a free tour!

Step 1) Read through the STEAMhouse info pack for full details of the different routes and eligibility requirements. Find what interests you.
Step 2) Come and visit – we strongly recommend you visit us on one of our free tours to see the space for yourself, meet the team and find out more about the support on offer. Book your place here.

 

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If you just can’t wait to visit us, you can apply to join by completing the STEAMhouse-Registration-Form and sending it to steamhouse@bcu.ac.uk
Then, sit comfortably. We review registrations regularly to check eligibility and suitability for the programmes and aim to be back in touch within a month.

 

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