The Entrepreneurship Institute team and ventures on the King's20 Accelerator were honoured to meet Her Majesty The Queen and HRH The Duchess of Cambridge this morning at the opening of Bush House.
Formerly the home of the BBC World Service, the building has been completely renovated and now offers state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities.
Students, staff and alumni showcased the ventures they've founded which include: Mamoq, German Kraft brewery, C the Signs, Live More, Black Ballad, Muslimah PRO, Gamely Games, Shortly, The Access Platform and Project Access.
The Royal party met with the founders and teams and asked questions about their products, services and how King's has supported them on their journey.
Amy Lothian, Head of Communications at the Entrepreneurship Institute said;
"It was such a privilege to be invited to showcase our work to the Royal Party. King's students, staff and alumni are working hard to build exciting new ventures and help solve problems such as cancer diagnosis, poor mental health in hospitals, access to higher education, and making the fashion industry more sustainable. All the ventures run their startups out of Bush House and what an incredible and inspiring location to be in. Being in the heart of central London where the entrepreneurial ecosystem is so strong is a huge advantage. Thank you to everyone involved."
Pic credit: David Tett