The Central Research Laboratory (CRL) is once again open for applications to its specialist, hardware Accelerator. Part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the 6 month, London based programme supports the next generation of product-focused entrepreneurs, helping them to develop crucial areas of their business to help ‘accelerate’ growth and production.
Based at EMI's former vinyl factory site, the CRL is a co-working space and accelerator programme that provides support for hardware entrepreneurs to build scalable businesses.
Central Research Laboratory (CRL) is an innovative co-working space and accelerator programme supporting hardware-centric entrepreneurs at every stage of the creation of their business, from concept to development, through to prototyping, manufacture and beyond. Located in the Old Vinyl Factory in West London, once the home of EMI Records, we’re proud to carry on the site’s legacy for designing and producing world-leading technologies and products.
Supported by regeneration specialists U+I, Brunel University, HEFCE and ERDF we work with innovative startups to create high-tech jobs and economic growth.
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If you are working on a hardware startup idea and you've got a working prototype, then visit the Central Research Laboratory’s new website and find out how to apply.1 min Read