Unleash the best & brightest minds in digital tech on your market

Launchpad is home to fully resourced, innovative, high-performing elite teams ready to respond to your market driven challenges.

Not only is this an opportunity for you to work with some of the freshest entrepreneurial brains backed by one of the UK’s leading creative universities, it’s the chance to provide the catalyst for our newly assembled tech start-ups. All backed by a professionally built Venture Studio structure.

Becoming a strategic partner allows you to provide the focus of attention for the teams we create. This engagement can de-risk the innovation process while shaping a product, solution or systems change that solves a validated market opportunity. You’ll be in good company with the likes of Amazon, Sony, Jisc, engie UK, UK Hydrographic Office and the BBC who have already partnered with the programme.

If you want to be part of our Venture Studio and creating cutting-edge start-ups then get in touch.

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Current & Historic Partners

How does it work?

We select strategic partners based on the understanding that our organisations are building a long-term mutually beneficial relationship. Launchpad has access to world-class talent and facilities, networks and typical venture studio support for new venture teams. We typically partner with organisations that are looking for talent or access to the UK/European markets with the capability to make significant investments.

Launchpad is built on the premise that companies are co-created with the candidates on the programme, Falmouth University and any engaged strategic partners. As such, engaged strategic partners that see opportunities in the newly created companies are invited to join Launchpad in the incorporation and early equity investment opportunities to drive the success into the newly formed venture.

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Launchpad is Falmouth University’s venture studio. It is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), Research England and Cornwall Council.

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