Google Campus London

Why Schools Should Encourage Entrepreneurship

Annabel Denham | Posted 06.06.2017 | UK
Annabel Denham

While business innovation moves at peregrine falcon speeds, our schools are still playing catch up. The academies and free school programme, first int...

London Startups in 2016 - Diverse Founders and Industries

Sarah Drinkwater | Posted 28.02.2017 | UK Tech
Sarah Drinkwater

When Google launched Campus in 2012, the stereotypes about East London tech startups probably rang true. The scene was mostly white, male, it was overwhelmingly young, and probably too separated from other sectors in its own silo. But the picture is rapidly changing with two trends emerging this year: diversity and industry convergence.

Why Aren't More Women Entrepreneurs Scaling Up?

Annabel Denham | Posted 22.08.2016 | UK
Annabel Denham

The government could help. It is positive that coding has already been added to the curriculum for every five year old - but we need more girls to be inspired and encouraged to study and build careers in the science, tech, engineering and maths (STEM) sectors.

Founders Over 50 Showcase Their Startups at Campus London

Sarah Drinkwater | Posted 21.07.2016 | UK Tech
Sarah Drinkwater

We came up with Founders over 50, because we kept meeting first-time entrepreneurs in that age bracket at events or in our buzzy basement cafe. Without generalising, the founders we met had years of business experience and contacts that a younger entrepreneur might not have.

Melanie Hick

Jealous Much? Google Campus London's Gorgeous New Offices - PHOTOS | Melanie Hick | Posted 20.06.2012 | UK Tech

Raw chipboard walls, industrial light-fittings and colourful cafe-style break-out areas are the new features of Google's new London start-up campus. ...