The Startups 100 is an annual list which ranks the most promising disruptive startups coming out of the UK.
Startups 100 alumni include Deliveroo, Monzo, and Revolut – all of which have gone on to become major household names.
The Startups 100 list takes any UK company that has been trading for 5 years or less and assesses them based on financial progress, age of business, relative growth and the business idea. The methodology allows a range of promising startups from across sectors to be recognised.
Incube Space is delighted to debut on the list at number 42. This is the beginning of the journey to bring flexibility to the built world.
At Incube the current focus is to support commercial real estate landlords and tenants reopen their workspaces and build in flexibility into the built world in any new spaces they open.
Cubes are modular smart wall panels that allow workspaces to be built up, reconfigured and broken down on demand. Cubes are available on a monthly subscription with panels, delivery, install, maintenance, technology and reconfigurations all included.
Inbuilt sensors provide insights into how a workspace is being used and CubeOS, the underlying technology layer, makes recommendations on how to reconfigure your workspace layouts to optimise for revenue generation, occupier comfort or operational efficiency.
At Incube we are seeing an acceleration of adoption and demand as we ease out of lockdown and workspaces are looking to truly futureproof their spaces as we move forward into the new normal.
We look forward to the release of the Startups 100 list of 2021 and see if we’ve been able to progress up the list!
See the Incube Space profile on the startups website along with the rest of the list here: https://startups.co.uk/startups-100/2020/42-incube-space/