WeWork Labs is The We Company's global platform for early-stage start-ups and forward-thinking enterprise companies. We empower inventive humans and organisations to shape the present and influence the future.
Our start-up labs
We start with thoughtfully designed spaces that inspire our global community of entrepreneurs to experiment, collaborate and grow. Within these spaces, we foster meaningful connections between start-ups and the educational, mentorship and financial resources needed to drive their businesses forward.
Our global mentor network comprises more than 1,300 professionals. Mentors engage with members one on one, in roundtable settings and virtually. Each WeWork Lab also hosts an entrepreneur in residence.
We create customised educational programming to meet our members’ personal and professional development needs. Curriculums are developed and facilitated in partnership with our network of mentors and experts.
Each WeWork lab is operated by a dedicated Labs Manager. Pulling from their own entrepreneurial experiences and networks, Labs Managers serve as coaches and super-connectors for our members.
By the end of 2019, we will operate more than 100 WeWork Labs on five continents. Our WeWork Labs satellite programme provides members with opportunities to access programming in any of our global locations.
It is no secret that The We Company has harnessed the power of community unlike any business before it. We know that entrepreneurs working alongside one another creates the ideal environment for learning and development.
More than 50 international service providers have partnered with WeWork Labs to offer exclusive member benefits and discounts.
Innovation services for enterprise companies
The pace of change fuelled by technology is mandating new standards for corporate innovation. As the home of more entrepreneurs and start-ups than any other platform in the world, WeWork is uniquely positioned to solve enterprise clients' greatest innovation challenges.Find out more about our innovation programme
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Labs global locations
WeWork Labs is expanding to more than 100 locations around the world in 2020.View all locations
- Learn More about Maritime Blue Innovation Accelerator
Maritime Blue Innovation Accelerator ProgrammeMaritime Blue Innovation Accelerator is the first Washington state maritime accelerator, and among only a handful that exist in the US, established by Washington Maritime Blue, the Port of Seattle and WeWork Labs. Selected startups will be housed and supported by WeWork Labs in Seattle, to make the Puget Sound Region a leading hub for sustainable maritime and ocean industries.
- Learn more about FinTech Blockchain Labs at 30 Churchill Place London
WeWork FinTech LabsWeWork Fintech Blockchain Labs powers the next generation of FinTech and Blockchain companies. We provide entrepreneurs with access to a progressive environment of FinTech- and Blockchain-focused entrepreneurs, industry experts, guided mentorship and investors to empower web 3.0.
- Meet our WeWork Labs managers
Meet our WeWork Labs managersThe community of WeWork Labs managers is the driving force behind the success of our start-up programmes. Each Labs manager is a veteran in their respective local start-up ecosystem and, together, this global team's unifying passion for supporting founders is unmatched.
- Learn more about WeWork Food Labs
Powering the future of foodWe're building a community of entrepreneurs, industry experts and investors to fix food, now and for the future. Food Labs offers two programming tracks to companies moving the needle in sustainability -- Food Labs Membership and the Food Labs Accelerator.
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One-year anniversary + pitch competitionTo celebrate our one-year anniversary, we held a pitch competition in New York City, with $250,000 in funding distributed among the winners. The grand prize went to Lilu, a start-up making a compression bra that helps mothers pump milk. Stojo came in second place with the world's first collapsible cup, while Lucky Iron Fish, a Canadian social enterprise dedicated to solving iron deficiency and anemia in developing countries, came third.
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