STATION F offers 30+ startup programs, each on a specific theme or vertical. This is to ensure that all startups can find a program that suits their needs and business. Programs can be run by a corporation, an educational institution or university or an entrepreneurial organization. All programs have independent selection processes.
Several select companies have staff on campus in dedicated mentorship offices. Mentorship offices allow startups to quickly ask questions, meet with experts and participate in workshops - with some of the world's leading tech companies.
Join as an investor
Our community features over 150+ venture capital funds and investors - and continues to grow. It's a great way for investors to get access to dealflow, visibility and more - and also connect with each other.
Exclusive discounts on more than 150 business & lifestyle services and tools, negotiated by our team.
Experts from 35+ public services available directly on campus to meet with entrepreneurs.
Female Founders Fellowship
The Female Founders Fellowship is a program to accelerate success for exemplary female founders at STATION F. Each year, we select 15-20 high potential female-founded startups among the ones of the campus to participate in a 6-month program with the objective to empower their founders.
HAL is a central part of the STATION F experience. It is our internal platform that allows entrepreneurs to access all online resources & the campus directory, book meeting rooms, invite guests, add team members and more.
Affordable housing solution in co-living designed by STATION F, 10-min away from the campus.
Food & Drinks
Grab a coffee at Anticafé or enjoy delicious pizzas in La Felicità, both open to our entrepreneurs and the public.
The 2 main dining options on campus are Anticafé and La Felicita - both are open to the public. La Felicita is a giant Italian-themed restaurant open 7/7 and features 5 different kitchens and 2 bars. Anticafé is a coworking-café open from Monday-Friday. Residents can access other food and drink options on campus or via HAL.