The Centre

Exeter Innovation Centre 01392 247931
Exeter Science Park Centre 01392 249222


The Innovation Centre is proud to be part of the Innovation Exeter initiative, and to promote business support events hosted by a range of partners. Upcoming events are listed below so please follow the links to any which are of interest.

If you would like to add an event which you are hosting, please email to let us have the details.
The STEMM Cell @ Exeter Science Park - Inspiring Growth
Wednesday 27th Sep 2017 @ 5:30 pm

The STEMM Cell @ Exeter Science Park - Inspiring Growth Discover the building blocks for success with fortnightly presentations from leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs and academics at our centre of excellence for science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM).

Final Friday Science
Friday 29th Sep 2017 @ 8:30 am

Final Friday Science: An initiative to offer business leaders innovative, profit boosting, scientific talks, along with great networking opportunities and fabulous coffee. We start promptly at 08.30 and we will finish by ten o’clock, but do arrive early for the first hit of coffee. You will hear useful presentations, meet fascinating people and fit this easily into your working day. Final Friday Science is a collaboration between The British Psychological Society (South West), Set Squared* and Haddleton Knight. The events are aimed squarely at decision makers, with unapologetically top drawer speakers tasked to give you memorable scientific information to help your organization’s performance.

TEDx Exeter - SALON
Sunday 08th Oct 2017 @ 9:00 am

TEDxExeter’s first Salon to explore cutting edge technology Leading researchers from Google and Amazon will be sharing the latest developments in artificial intelligence at the first TEDxExeter Salon. Tickets are due to go on sale next week for the hotly anticipated event in October, which will explore how technology meets the real world. The Salon follows the sell-out TEDxExeter ideas festival in April. It will bring together speakers from academia, the arts and innovative companies to discuss how technology is transforming our lives in ways that are exhilarating yet often controversial. They will be sharing insights into how machines are teaching themselves to understand their environment, and how tech can reveal the collective consciousness – or hive mind – of large groups of people. Speakers will include: Raia Hadsell, research lead on robot navigation and lifelong learning at Google DeepMind; Alasdair Allan, scientist, author, hacker, and journalist; Simon Johnson, who uses games, play and agency to help people understand complex subjects; Neil Lawrence, who leads Amazon Research Cambridge, where he is a director of machine learning.

EXIST Quarterly Event - Robotics and AI
Thursday 19th Oct 2017 @ 8:30 am

The next ExIST Quarterly Event will be taking place on Thursday 19th October 2017 at Exeter College Technology Centre from 8:30am - 11am. Speakers confirmed for this event include: David Ferguson, Head of Digital Innovation at EDF Energy Kate Doodson, Joint Chief Executive at Cosmic John Laramy, Principal at Exeter College

Demo Night
Wednesday 25th Oct 2017 @ 6:00 pm

Castle Demo's is back this summer at the original venue of Exeter Castle. Demo night isn’t about pitching for funds, it's an opportunity to show the Exeter Start up community what you’re working on, get some feedback, and see what other people are up to. Whether you are the next big tech thing, social enterprise, arts organisation or one man band - Demo night is the place to find feedback, get suggestions and support. Start-ups are offered 5 minutes to tell the audience what they are up to and why. Why it's awesome and what comes next, followed by a live Q&A. Be part of Exeter’s start up scene. If you're interested in presenting your idea at this event then please email to find out more!

Startup Weekend Exeter
Friday 17th Nov 2017 @ 5:30 pm

Are you sitting on an idea? No matter how small or outlandish it may be, act on it and turn it into reality. You never know… your idea could change the world for the better.