Wow. I’m so happy to be able to share that Sublime Science was named one of the fifty most innovative companies.
Making sweets and slime as well as creating unforgettable learning experiences is pretty unusual stuff but it was a real honour to be named on such a prestigious list. Sublime Science was highly commended by the judges and they said some truly awesome things about what we do…
‘Mad’ Marc Wileman founded Sublime Science nine years ago to inspire the next generation of scientists through unforgettable science-themed birthday parties, workshops and online experiences. By building catapults, concocting potions and exploding experiments, the aim is to sneak learning into children’s lives when they’re having too much fun to notice.
The business has expanded rapidly, achieving an average growth rate of more than 50% per annum. Developed out of a makeshift office in a spare bedroom, Sublime Science has grown to become the most popular kids’ party in the UK. Along the way, the company has won investment from BBC TV show ‘Dragon’s Den’, received recognition from No.10 Downing Street and has been awarded a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the category of Innovation.
The panel unanimously commended both the concept, which has identified a clear gap in the market, and the impact it is having on children across the UK at a time when engaging them in STEM subjects is a key focus.
“Simple and accessible to parents”
“A far-reaching educational development engaging a million children, built on a shoestring budget. Getting children excited about science is so important for the future of this country”
Thanks once again to all of our supporters who’ve helped to make this possible.