Are you looking for makerspace or coworking space in Birmingham?
Would you also benefit from business support and guidance from creative specialists, design technicians and business advisors?
Would you like access to workshop facilities for product prototyping and opportunities to apply for small business funding?
You can get all of this and more at STEAMhouse.
STEAMhouse, powered by Birmingham City University, has been developed in partnership with Eastside Projects and Arts Council England. It is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
Please send us an enquiry and we will contact you to discuss how we can help.
STEAMhouse is more than just a makerspace or coworking space in Birmingham city centre.
STEAMhouse is a unique business support service, located on Digbeth High Street. It helps you bring your business ideas to life with technology, workspace, business advice, creative expertise and small business funding.
If you are an entrepreneur, artist, maker, small business owner or inventor with a strong business or creative idea, STEAMhouse, can help you Plan it, Make it and Launch it.
At no cost, eligible small businesses will receive access to:
You could be a small business with a strong marketing strategy but need access to makerspace, facilities and creative and technical expertise to help you take your product from initial designs to a marketable prototype.
You might be an artist or maker seeking business support, advice, coworking space and small business funding to help you develop your creative work into a profitable enterprise.
Whatever your reason, if you need business advice, creative inspiration, workshop facilities, technical support, collaborative thinking or small business funding to turn your business vision into a reality, STEAMhouse membership could offer you the business support you need.
If you are an eligible business you can become a STEAMhouse member free of charge.
Membership enables you to access STEAMhouse makerspace and coworking space, the full business offering and the STEAMhouse community of artists, makers, entrepreneurs and small businesses.
During this module, we will focus on techniques that participants can use on themselves but can also discuss with their teams and their families. In this webinar we will cover the following areas: Overwhelm Anxiety Productivity Engagement Leadership
Employees are now juggling working at home, family, goals and societal pressures in a very stressful time. How can they continue to do this without burning out Participants will be introduced to the 360 degree circle of overcoming overwhelm and will also learn about the thin line between anxiety and overwhelm.
We are delighted to announce the very first of our monthly VR Cafes for anyone who is working in or interested in finding out more about virtual reality (VR) in Birmingham. There are so many questions around VR, so we want to build a virtual community for supporting innovative users in Birmingham – so come along, meet some of the team, ask any questions at beginners or advance level and hear from our two guest speakers Asha Easton from Immerse
International STEAM Conference - 2020 What happens at the intersection of the Arts and the Sciences? REGISTER YOUR INTEREST here to be the first to receive full details about Birmingham City University’s International STEAM Conference - 2020. Aimed at all those curious about cross-disciplinary thinking, we invite researchers, innovators, industry representatives, artists and scientists to join us in our discussions in July. Featuring keynotes, research papers, demonstrations, practical activities and networking - plus a series of STEAM awards recognising pioneering practice -