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RocketSpace Fuelling the growth of tech innovators

RocketSpace

Mission

To build a global ecosystem of people and ideas that provides the necessary velocity – both speed and direction – to help the world’s top innovators bring the future to market.

Nurturing a global ecosystem of innovators in tech

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RocketSpace has supported more than 1,000 scale-ups in the San Francisco Bay Area, with alumni including 18 Unicorns.

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Campaign

Seven Hills is supporting the global expansion of RocketSpace – a state-of-the-art home for fast-growth technology scale-ups in Islington that provides access to all the talent, capital, connections and infrastructure they need to grow.

Founded in 2011, RocketSpace has since supported more than 1,000 scale-ups in the San Francisco Bay Area, many of which have become some of the most recognisable names in technology – alumni include 18 unicorns, among them Uber, Supercell and Spotify.

Duncan and Priya are well-established commentators on the issues shaping the next generation of British Scale-ups.

Following the launch of its first international campus, Seven Hills runs a hard working press office to drive awareness of RocketSpace in London through profiles and commentary on the issues affecting the growing tech community.

Seven Hills runs a proactive and issues-based media campaign for RocketSpace founder Duncan Logan and Priya Guha, its UK Ecosystem General Manager and the former Consul General to San Francisco.

RocketSpace has supported some of the most recognisable tech names - alumni include Uber, Supercell and Spotify.
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Momentum

Duncan and Priya are both highly regarded figures within the UK’s technology community and well-established commentators on the issues shaping the next generation of British scale-ups.

The media campaign has seen the business featured by broadcasters including Al Jazeera, Channel 4 News, Sky News and CNBC, with Duncan and Priya also profiled by The Times, Mail on Sunday, The Guardian, London Evening Standard, Forbes and The Sunday Times.

They are regularly chosen to speak at high-profile industry events, including the CBI Annual Conference, London Technology Week and Slush.

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