Eulergy closes it's digital doors

Published: 02 Feb 2016
  Tags: Eulergy

Originally published on the Eulergy blog:

At the beginning of January, the website finally feel over itself after 3 years (due to changes with the host of the website). It is a testimont to Anthony Finch and Ben Byford's original work that it has been going for this period with little down time and alterations.

The research match maker was conceived 5 years ago during Ben Byford's Masters degree at Goldsmiths and a workshop with the RSA. After a successful  Startup Weekend in London 2012, we put together a team and over the next year created Eulergy a website for connecting academics with business and vice versa for research, collaboration, support, experience, funding and more.

Over the last three years since go live we've had amazing feedback on the business, some 400 early adopters of the service and fantastic support from the  RSA and The Cube Shoreditch . Due to the lack of traction from students/academics/universities, and failed investment rounds, is closing it's digital doors. We've had a great time working on this idea and still believe it has legs. Please get in contact with us below and find out more about the founders and what we're doing now.

From myself and the Eulergy team thank you to everyone who has supported Eulergy in the last 5 years.







Also thanks to:


Louise MacDonald


Adam Loxley

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