RocketSpace is technology campus located in the heart of San Francisco. Since 2011, the company has been helping tech entrepreneurs, startups and corporate professionals bring the future to market. The company offers services to its members including programming, consulting, events, and office-as-a-service, which together create the perfect ecosystem and community for innovation to thrive. Select members and alumni include Uber, Spotify, Practice Fusion, Weebly, Geli, Accenture, Schneider Electric, Converse, British Airways, Goodyear, Tata Communications, Royal Bank of Scotland, Pfizer, Samsung, and AT&T.

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TypePrivate
HQSan Francisco, US
Founded2011
Size (employees)56 (est)-9%
Websiterocketspace.com
RocketSpace was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US
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RocketSpace Office Locations

RocketSpace has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, (HQ)
180 Sansome St
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RocketSpace Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2011

RocketSpace total Funding

$336 m

RocketSpace latest funding size

$336 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago
RocketSpace's latest funding round in August 2016 was reported to be $336 m. In total, RocketSpace has raised $336 m
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RocketSpace News and Updates

Her Majesty’s Techies: Inside GBx, the exclusive Silicon Valley club full of British techies that have created billion dollar companies

GBx is an exclusive group of British entrepreneurs and investors in Silicon Valley. Founded a little under two years ago by British expats and the UK Consulate, it's a way for British techies to meet up and talk about industry issues — and "salt and vinegar crisps." Membership of the 250-member no…

BP's invested in an electric car charging startup

BP is turning to a tech startup, making an investment in the maker of mobile charging points for electric cars. The oil major is putting $5m (£3.5m) into FreeWire, a three-year-old San-Francicsco tech company, as part of a series A funding round with other investors via its corporate venture arm.…
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RocketSpace Blogs

Have You Seen These 7 Cool Conference Venues in London?

  Hosting a conference is no easy feat. There are a ton of preparations to make leading up to the event. From seating and food to speakers and exhibitors, event planners must

3 Ways Generative Design is Transforming Business

Most of us can imagine how traditional subtractive manufacturing works - it requires the cutting away of material from a solid block. Additive manufacturing, also called 3D printing, is an innovative way to produce parts. However, there is a new kid on the disruption block: generative de…

4 Ideas to Steal From These Stunning Corporate Events in London

A successful corporate event consists of several combined elements including event venue, decor, entertainment, food, drink, and more. We know that big-budget corporate events around the world spare

5 Corporate Innovation Ideas You Can Steal From These Top Organizations

The world's leading enterprise organizations frequently look to other businesses for inspiration. From product design and development to marketing and customer service, there are a thousand opportunities to learn from your

5 Breakthrough Computer Vision Startups to Watch in 2019

Vision is a dominant sense used to interpret the world. Computers now have the same capability. Computer vision enables a machine or computer to obtain data and information from images or multi-dimensional data sources to transform them into valuable insights. Recent advances include fac…

Launch Party Venues in London: Where to Host Your Next Product Launch

Are you hosting a launch party in London? There are hundreds of launch party venues to choose from and finding the best-of-best should be an absolute priority. Why? Your venue of choice has a massive impact on the
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RocketSpace Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was RocketSpace founded?

    RocketSpace was founded in 2011.

  • How many employees does RocketSpace have?

    RocketSpace has 56 employees.

  • Who are RocketSpace competitors?

    Competitors of RocketSpace include Entrepreneur First, WeWork and Jonathan Lee Recruitment.

  • Where is RocketSpace headquarters?

    RocketSpace headquarters is located at 180 Sansome St, San Francisco.

  • Where are RocketSpace offices?

    RocketSpace has an office in San Francisco.

  • How many offices does RocketSpace have?

    RocketSpace has 1 office.