Backed by years of industry experience and a network that reaches far and wide, we are a community of location-data and proptech collaborators looking to make positive change happen.
Since its inception in 2009 Geovation has become a leading proponent of the value of open innovation in the public sector. After opening its first space in summer 2015, Geovation has grown to support a community of more than 1,500 entrepreneurs, investors, developers, academics, students and corporate innovators.
Our accelerators provide startups up to £20,000 in grant funding, access to data, experienced product development capabilities, geospatial expertise from Ordnance Survey and land and property insight from HM Land Registry, as well as business mentorship and coaching to help prepare for presenting to investors from the wider team and our partners.
You could be a developer wanting to delve into data, an innovator desperate to grow an idea or an entrepreneur with world-changing ambition. You might have an idea for your own personal project or be an SME or corporate organisation looking to get more involved in property or location innovation. Book a desk, network with peers, seek help from our tech team or talk to industry experts at our events. Whatever you need, we’re here to help you succeed.
Get hands on product design and engineering support from experienced software developers
Complimentary refreshments, WiFi, printing, bike storage and showers in the heart of London’s startup community.
Get help accessing and implementing the latest data products and APIs from Ordnance Survey, HM Land Registry and other public bodies.
Attend events and meetups, learn from expert speakers, share stories, ask questions and get help and support from your peers.
Carly leads the Geovation team and works on making Geovation the best possible place to launch your start-up or solve your problems using location data.
Isabelle is a seasoned RIBA architect and MBA, turned impact tech entrepreneur. She leads the Ops team (accelerator, marketing, events and community) and focusses on developing and delivering the best customer experience as well as new opportunities.
A geographer, never happier than when bringing people and organisations together to generate sustainable propositions to common problems, collaboratively, for positive impact, locally to globally.
Isabel organises industry-leading events that inspire our diverse community of start-ups, experts and individuals. She also runs the meeting rooms and events facilities in the Geovation Hub, and liaises with third party stakeholders, to facilitate open innovation and impactful connections.
Joy is a software developer with curiosity for technologies and passion to build applications in an agile way. He helps start-ups develop their product and provides data and tech support for our members.
Nourin looks after and is the first point of contact for all Hub Members. She also looks after the Geovation Community, deals with the office finance, and provides administrative and operational support to the hub, ensuring everything runs smoothly.
Valentina is from a startup background and manages all aspects of the Accelerator programme. Before joining Geovation she worked at the Open Data Institute and ran her own startup. She has a background in Psychology and Computer Science.
Our new space is located on the fourth floor of Sutton Yard on Goswell Road. Sutton Yard embraces the future while remaining in tune with the area’s industrial past.
Expansive, open-plan and light-filled spaces create the perfect canvas for modern working, fresh thinking and creativity. We’ve just completed an amazing, brand-new Geovation-themed fit-out. We look forward to welcoming members to our new home where we continue to provide a space for location-based innovators, entrepreneurs, and startups to thrive.
Richa Bhalla, CEO & Founder, Pedals