The Garage is a new incubator space in the heart of Soho for early stage start-ups. Set in an old merchant townhouse from 1787, it now houses 6 early stage ‘resident’ companies at any one time. The Garage is the brainchild of Sir John Hegarty, the advertising creative behind agency giant BBH and Spark Ventures’ Chairman Tom Teichman.
Resident companies receive £50,000 funding, subsidised desk space, and expert guidance from leading entrepreneurs. Crowdcube, one of the UK’s biggest equity crowd-funding platforms, have also based themselves at The Garage.
The West End Partnership Enterprise Programme includes several initiatives to develop the areas eco-system for early stage business and high growth companies – The Garage is part of this movement.
In partnership with Capital Enterprise, University College London, and many others, the Co-Work Plus initiative has been designed to provide high quality business support to early stage business across the WEP area.
62 Dean Street, home to The Garage – a new incubator space in the heart of Soho for early stage start-ups