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New entrepreneur members’ club Home Grown has launched today with the founders of several large brands already on board.
Jane Imrie

London launch of entrepreneurs club attracts big brands

New entrepreneur members’ club Home Grown has launched today with the founders of several large brands already on board.

The new venture for high growth entrepreneurs, backed by Marylebone’s Home House members club, has already attracted founders of brands such as online retailer Not On The High Street, alcohol free spirit distillery Seedlip and supermarket chain Planet Organic.

Based in central London, the club comprises a range of drawing rooms and lounges, Restaurant, study cafe, bar and 155 executive bedrooms.

Home Grown will also offer networking opportunities and a varied events calendar, and has several high profile club ambassadors including private investor and former Dragons’ Den judge Richard Farleigh, Startup Britain co-founder Oli Barrett MBE and UK Business Angels Association CEO Jenny Tooth OBE.

Andrew Richardson, managing director of Home Grown and Home House Collection, said, “It’s a huge privilege to launch the first fully inclusive club in London for high growth entrepreneurs.

“When entrepreneurs come together, amazing things happen. When entrepreneurs are offered support, expert advice, a ready made network, and a space to connect and develop, even more amazing things can happen.”

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