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Introducing Home Grown – A New Breed of Members’ Club Entrepreneurs and Investors

A new private members club aimed at high growth entrepreneurs, investors and business innovators is set to launch in the heart of Marylebone on Great Cumberland Place in January 2019. 

Home Grown sits across four elegant Grade II-listed four storey Georgian townhouses covering 26,000 sq ft and is being developed by the team behind London’s luxury members club, Home House.

Home Grown will welcome applicants from a diverse range of sectors and industries and is aimed at enabling high growth entrepreneurs and business owners to grow their professional networks, and scale-up their businesses through collaborations with investors and like-minded individuals.

A carefully curated business learning events programme is an integral part of the membership offer. Sector specific networking evenings, talks by renowned business leaders, mentoring sessions, leadership forums, and invite-only ‘entrepreneur-meet-investor’ suppers are just some of the events on offer designed to help members grow and develop their businesses.

Home Grown is designed by Russell Sage Studio, with the club offering a myriad spaces – as well as several bars, a brasserie-style restaurant and a study café, the Club will also have 35 boutique bedrooms, several executive lounges, hi-tech meetings and events spaces as well as dedicated pitching suites.

Andrew Richardson, CEO of Home Grown said:

“Members’ clubs either tend to be socially-orientated or have a work-space nature. Home Grown is a unique concept, offering the tools, events and opportunities that enables businesses to grow in a luxurious environment that one expects from an exclusive members’ club.

Whilst we want a diverse range of people, they will all have something in common – a passion for business and genuine ambition – whether they come from finance or fashion.”

Home Grown is now accepting applications for founder members and will be arranging personal presentations to individuals who register their interest at