Gravity Joins The Prestigious Mayor of London's International Business Programme
Gravity has been selected as one of London's fastest-growing urban start-ups for the prestigious Mayor of London's International Business Programme.
Now backed by London & Partners, Gravity Co-Living will utilise business communities for accelerated expansion and international growth. Gravity will join notable alumni, including companies such as Monzo, Revolut, Elvie and Bloom & Wild.
The Mayor of London's International Business Programme is a 12-month programme individually tailored to help fast-growing start-ups expand internationally. Gravity will access world-class mentorship for growth, exclusive access to top-corporate partnerships and join high-profile targeted trade missions led by a team of international business experts, specialising in development into global markets.
Gravity's current customer base is global, with professional relocators turning to the Gravity Co-Living model for effortless professional community living. The scheme itself aligns with Gravity's mission to support the growth of professionals and entrepreneurs living in cities worldwide. Moving to another city can be daunting for many relocators logistically, professionally and personally. Gravity streamlines the move and accelerates members ability to form personal and professional networks in new cities. The Mayor of London's International Business Programme will aid Gravity's growth and Gravity's ability to make relocation easier and impactful for top talent globally.
Gravity opens doors for members to grow through wellness, networking, start-up partnerships and mentorship, currently saving founders £130,000 in tech infrastructure, cloud, AI and payment processing costs from IBM and Stripe. Gravity also works closely within the tech ecosystem and accelerators to make London a more attractive place for tech talent. Gravity's involvement with The Mayor of London's International Business Programme will open more doors to work with top-corporates to impact members' lives and economic growth.
Riccardo Tessaro, Co-Founder and CEO of Gravity, comments, "After a year of the rapid growth of new properties, members and investment during the pandemic, we are gearing up to accelerate faster than ever before. We are thrilled to be selected by London & Partners and work together to grow our impact overseas. The announcement marks a pivotal moment for Gravity and the support of the Co-Living model."
Dhaval Gore, Head of the Mayor's International Business Programme at London & Partners, said: "I am delighted to welcome Gravity Co-Living to the Mayor's International Business Programme (MIBP). To date, the MIBP has helped more than 900 high-growth London companies win business in international markets, creating more than 1700 jobs for the global economy. We are extremely proud to be shining a light on what London's fastest-growing businesses have to offer overseas."
About London & Partners
London & Partners is London's international trade, investment and promotion agency. Our purpose is to support the Mayor's priorities by promoting London as the best city in the world in which to invest, work, study and visit. We do this by devising creative ways to promote London and to amplify the Mayor's messages, priorities and campaigns. London & Partners is a not-for-profit public private partnership, funded by the Mayor of London and our network of commercial partners.
For more information, visit: https://londonandpartners.com
About the Mayor's International Business Programme
Part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the Mayor's International Business Programme helps ambitious scaleups from London's technology, life sciences, creative and urban sectors to expand their businesses internationally. The free 12-month programme provides world-class support and advice for international business success, including bespoke, on-the-ground support in key global markets.
The Mayor's International Business Programme is supported by its corporate delivery partners: Ciklum, Globalization Partners, Microsoft, Taylor Wessing and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati.
For more information, visit: https://business.london/go-to-grow