Imperial’s entrepreneurial ecosystem produces startups in numerous sectors, for example drug discovery, medical devices and machine learning. Startups founded by Imperial staff and students have attracted approximately £1 billion of new investment in the past five years.

Imperial’s Startup Team looks after all aspects of university-investor interaction. The team aims to engage with the wider investment community and deliver access opportunities to Imperial innovators, their ideas and startups.

Investors are encouraged to contact Dr Govind Pindoria, Associate Director of Startup Formations, to find out more about:

  • Current investment opportunities in Imperial startups
  • Events at which investors may see pitches and interact with Imperial startups
  • Imperial’s Angel Network, which aims to build an active network of individual Angel investors that delivers increased investment into Imperial startups.
Dr Agi Brandt, Professor Jason Hallett, and Dr Florence Gschwend, founders of Chrysalix Techcnbologies
Dr Agi Brandt, Professor Jason Hallett, and Dr Florence Gschwend, founders of Chrysalix Techcnbologies, an academic startup developing a process for using waste wood as an alternative to crude oil.