“Urban Incubators, Innovation and Inequality: Sharing and Work in Divided Cities” will explore how innovation and inequality is associated with emerging shared workspace in London. The symposium will investigate possible overlaps across different sectors of urban work, and outline implications for policy. The symposium is organised by Suzanne Hall, Director of LSE’s Cities Programme and Max Nathan, Senior Birmingham Fellow in Regional Economic Development, University of Birmingham. It will take place at LSE on 14 September from 9.30 to 13.30 and is sponsored by the Economic and Social Research Council and hosted by LSE Cities. If you’d like to participate in the symposium, please email LSE.Cities@lse.ac.uk.