community

Our community

Discover more about our community

The LJMU Start-up Network is a diverse and lively community that provides its members with a free and supportive forum of entrepreneurial knowledge.

You can tap into this network in many ways, as we help you to join the dots by connecting you with fellow entrepreneurs who can offer their guidance and knowledge. Whether this is chatting to our Ecosystem Manager to find out who you need to be talking to, hearing about new business opportunities or taking advantage of free access to big enterprise events – we can help to put you on the right path. Starting a business doesn’t have to be lonely when you have a community like ours. 

Here are some of the amazing organisations that we are proud to work with locally:

Avenue HQ - A flexible workspace community offering private offices, co-working, meeting and conference rooms, event spaces and more.

AYCH - AYCH is an EU funded project that focuses on helping anyone aged 18-30 learn how to play with and develop ideas to improve entrepreneurial ability and general employability. 

Baltic Creative - Baltic Creative builds and supports creative and digital communities. Established in 2009, Baltic Creative CIC provides bespoke property lettings, management and development for the creative and digital sector.

Bruntwood Limited - Bruntwood is a business driven by one purpose: creating thriving cities. They own, let and manage outstanding buildings, workspace, innovation and science facilities through Bruntwood SciTech and Bruntwood Works.

Enterprise Hub - Enterprise Hub is the enterprise gateway for business start-up support in the Liverpool City Region. Offering expert advice and support to those who are thinking about starting a business.

Prince’s Trust - The Prince’s Trust offers free training programmes to 18 to 30-year-olds living in the UK who are looking to start their own business.

School for Social Entrepreneurs - The SSE supports people to develop the skills, strengths and networks they need to tackle society’s biggest problems. They run courses that equip people to start, scale and strengthen organisations that make a positive difference.

Sensor City - This purpose-built innovation hub is home to a growing, specialist community of innovative SMEs from a range of industries. Sensor City enables these companies to scale-up through its on-site engineering expertise, business connectivity support and student talent facilitation.

The Tapestry - Part of an emerging district in Liverpool, The Tapestry is a completely new space for craft, work and play.