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Join the Community Health Entrepreneurship Incubator!

Calling all Camden and Islington residents!

Do you have a visionary idea to enhance health and wellbeing in your community?

Let us guide you in transforming your idea into a thriving business through our dynamic and free incubation and mentoring programme!

We are searching for:

– Aspiring entrepreneurs from Camden or Islington

– Business concepts with a clear social mission

– Individuals eager to learn and collaborate

Participants should NOT currently have a registered business, including sole traders, micro, small, or medium-sized enterprises, as well as social enterprises engaged in economic activities.


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What to Expect from the Programme

– Engaging Online Learning Modules

– Personalized 1:1 Support

– Interactive Expert-led Workshops

– Valuable Networking Opportunities

Program Timeline: February 2024 – September 2024

Applications are still open and are reviewed on a rolling basis until all slots are filled.


What We Look for in Applications:


We prioritise applications from individuals aiming to launch businesses in Camden or Islington. Additionally, we welcome applicants from minoritized ethnic communities and other underrepresented groups.

Your Business Idea:

We seek individuals with existing or developing ideas to enhance the health and wellbeing of their communities. Your idea should contribute to raising awareness, reducing inequalities, and improving overall health outcomes. Please provide detailed yet concise descriptions within the specified word limits for each section.


Understanding the Problem:

Our community consultations have identified key areas of interest:

Poverty & Deprivation: For instance, offering low-cost consultations, vaccinations, and basic health screenings for individuals facing financial constraints.

Long-term Health Problems & Life Expectancy Gap: Consider launching a community fitness and nutrition program, providing affordable exercise classes, cooking workshops, and health education sessions to address prevalent health issues.

Environment: Establishing a community garden not only promotes environmental sustainability but also offers residents access to fresh, nutritious, locally grown products.

Food Security:Create a neighbourhood food co-op where residents can pool resources to purchase groceries in bulk at discounted rates, ensuring affordable and nutritious food for all.

Children’s Health and Security:Develop after-school programs focused on promoting physical activity, mental health, and a safe environment for children.


Apply today and become a catalyst for positive change in your community!


This project is funded by the UK government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. The UK Shared Prosperity Fund is a central pillar of the UK government’s Levelling Up agenda and provides £2.6 billion of funding for local investment by March 2025. The Fund aims to improve pride in place and increase life chances across the UK investing in communities and place, supporting local business, and people and skills.