The Enterprise Hub

Discover more about our Enterprise Hub

Welcome to the Enterprise Hub

Enabling and encouraging enterprise, skills and entrepreneurship is of prime importance to Royal Holloway. We are pleased that the new Enterprise Hub, located on the ground floor of the Emily Wilding Davison Building, is open! 

The Hub provides a new facility to deliver a range of opportunities for students, staff and local businesses. It will act as a gateway to the wealth of expertise available through our College and partner organisations, to enable the creation of new businesses. 

The Enterprise Hub is open during term time on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

  • Tuesdays for Careers advice and guidance
  • Wednesdays for general enterprise information and guidance. 

For student specific support, please contact or visit our student intranet pages

The Enterprise Hub provides:

  • Hotdesking for students who have an agreed business idea
  • Video conferencing facility for dedicated presentations
  • Boardroom for presenting, ‘pitching ideas’, and business meetings 
  • Huddle booths for business ideation
  • Private 1:1 meeting rooms
  • A meet and greet facility for client interaction
  • Business ‘ideation meeting’ facilities
  • Access to a range of professional support to further your ideas.

We look forward to welcoming you in the Enterprise Hub!

For any further queries, please contact


Supporting Global Entrepreneurship Week

We are delighted to be supporting Global Entrepreneurship Week (Monday 14 – Sunday 20 November) GEW 2022 Themes | Global Entrepreneurship Network ( with events planned aimed at supporting students, colleagues and local businesses.  Global Entrepreneurship Week is a massive campaign to celebrate and empower entrepreneurs in every country and community worldwide, especially those individuals who face structural barriers or may have never considered the idea of launching their own start-up. 


The Programme

Please ensure that you sign-up to attend so that we can plan for numbers – as venues have capacity limits

Monday 14 November

4.30pm – 6.30pm

Launch Event

Enterprise Hub, Emily Wilding Davison Building, RHUL



  • Overview of the RHUL GEW Programme
  • Launch of a Dragons Den programme to be rolled out later in the academic year.
  • Master Class workshop on ‘The Art of Sales’ led by Antonio Falco, The Sales Director


Wednesday 16 November

2.00pm- 3.00 pm

‘Starting a Side Hustle’

Register to attend at


  • Led by Doreen Thompson-Addo, Careers, RHUL
  • If you are looking for ways to generate extra income, or the idea of becoming an entrepreneur excites you, then starting a side hustle could be the answer!  This 30-minute webinar will explore how you can get started with creating a side hustle, share examples of side hustles you can do remotely and in-person, and look at the benefits and challenges of being your own boss whilst studying or working for an employer.  There will be 10 minutes at the end of the webinar for Q&A. 


Wednesday 16 November

5.30pm – 7.30pm

CreativeTechnologies Showcase / Network

Everyman Theatre, Egham Town Centre


  • In conjunction with Runnymede Business
  • Overview of StoryFutures
  • Industry Case Study MoCoFX
  • Networking and refreshments


Thursday 17 November

8.00am - 9.30am

Digital Technologies – ‘what RHUL can do for you’

Login Business Lounge

Park St, Camberley



  • In conjunction Login Business Lounge
  • Showcasing what Are the current opportunities of working with RHUL
  • Industry Case Study Project 5
  • Digital Technologies opportunities with RHUL


Thursday 17 November

3.00pm – 5.00pm

‘Business modelling one’s life’

Enterprise Hub, Emily Wilding Davison Building, RHUL



  • Led by Anica Zeyen and the Enterprise Hub team
  • Master Class Workshop - A business model is basically how our business is structured and delivers products or services; how the business creates value; and how the business makes money. Business models are hugely important for us to intimately understand our businesses and prepare to innovate and adapt to technological growth or other external (or internal) changes. By compartmentalizing the complex interlinkages of our businesses and examining them within a frame that emphasizes our value proposition and operating model, a business model provides detailed understanding which can help us find a way to improve our performance. But how can we compartmentalize and examine the complexities of our lives to enhance performance? The journey of an entrepreneur is filled with twist, turns, and many challenges—using a business modelling mindset helps us make sense of these twists and turns. In this workshop we equip you with the tools to incorporate business model thinking in your own lives.



Thursday 17 November

5.00pm – 6.00pm

Social for RHUL student entrepreneurs

Enterprise Hub, Emily Wilding Davison Building, RHUL


  • Led by Anica Zeyen and the Enterprise Hub team


Please ensure that you register your attendance for the event you want to attend.  If you have any queries do not hesitate to email