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Founded Year



Series A - II | Alive

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Last Raised

$6.4M | 3 yrs ago

About Techspace

Techspace provides tech startups and established companies with space that adapts to growth. The company, which currently houses Virgin Media, Business Insider, Techstars and Squawka among the community of tech companies, provides a plug-and-play membership to accelerate business growth, facilitates connections across the globe via the online community.

Techspace Headquarter Location

25 Luke Street

London, England, EC2A 4AR,

United Kingdom

+44 20 3095 2964

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Rockley Photonics CEO leads speakers at Wearables London event

Jun 13, 2022

Join us at at Wareable-hosted event Wareable is reader-powered. If you click through using links on the site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more Monday June 13, 2022 @stablesjames Rockley Photonics CEO Andrew Rickman will lead an exciting roster of speakers at a Wareable event in London. Wareable Presents: Wearables London is the reboot of a successful series of events – and Wareable is taking an active role. And we’ve assembled some top speakers to talk about the world of wearable tech in 2022 and beyond. The free event will be free at Techspace Shoreditch in London on Tuesday 28 June at 7PM. Just sign up here to be there on the day (Eventbrite). Rockley Photonics Leading the line is Andrew Rickman, CEO of Rockley Photonics. His company has become one of the leaders in the race to advanced non-invasive biosensors for markers, including the tracking of glucose. Rockley's clinic-on-a-wrist measures biomarkers for blood oxygen, blood pressure, body hydration, core body temperature, heart rate, heart rate variation, and respiratory rate. Rockley Photonics' work has been thrust into the limelight as a supplier to Apple – and just last month it revealed the results of successful trials of its hydration tracking metrics . Andrew Rickman will lead a fascinating talk on future biosensors and consumer wearables, and exactly where we’re heading in the next few years. Femtech and wearables Next up is Issy Towell, wearables analyst at CCS Insight, who has been leading important research into Femtech, and the development of wearables with women in mind. Issy has studied how poorly women have been represented in the development of wearable tech hardware, and on-going issues with the implementation of software features such as cycle and fertility tracking. You can check out her blog the issues here . Issy's talk will touch on the historic biases at play, how that’s (hopefully) changing, and what needs to happen for women to be better represented by wearable devices. The Wearable Tech Museum Finally, Ben Wood, chief analyst at CCS Insight and James Stables, Wareable co-founder and editor, are going to join forces on stage for a fun look at some iconic wearables that got us to where we are today. Ben will be bringing some classic wearables from his impressive archives and discussing how far wearables have come – and what might be next. Finally, Ben, Issy and Andrew will come together for a panel discussion – with plenty of time for questions. Join us on 28 June at Techspace Wareable Presents: Wearables London will be hosted at Techspace Shoreditch on 28 June at 7pm. It’s a free event (we’re too good to you) – and to be there just sign up using the Eventbrite . It’s set to be a fascinating look at the near future of wearables from those on the inside. Wearables London is sponsored by Audiowings, and hosted by Techspace, a European community for pioneering technology teams. Based in London and Berlin, Techspace is an ecosystem of 3500+ members across 6 locations. Offering them flexible work and event spaces.

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  • When was Techspace founded?

    Techspace was founded in 2011.

  • Where is Techspace's headquarters?

    Techspace's headquarters is located at 25 Luke Street, London.

  • What is Techspace's latest funding round?

    Techspace's latest funding round is Series A - II.

  • How much did Techspace raise?

    Techspace raised a total of $13.76M.

  • Who are the investors of Techspace?

    Investors of Techspace include Goldacre Ventures.

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