The Technology Partnership (TTP) is a technology and product development company that works in partnership with clients to bring new products to market, creating new business from advances in technology.
St John’s Innovation Centre (SJIC) is a property-based incubator designed for knowledge-intensive enterprises in their early stages. It offers flexible accommodation alongside assistance with growing and running a business, especially the commercial exploitation of technology.
PwC is one firm – a powerhouse of a commercial enterprise that does the right thing for our clients, our people and our communities. Our goal is to build the iconic professional services firm, always at the front of people’s minds, because we aim to be the best.
Mills & Reeve is a major UK law firm with six offices, more than 400 lawyers and over 850 staff in total. It delivers a complete range of legal services to clients operating internationally, nationally and locally.
The Cambridge Judge Business School is the go-to place for very early stage entrepreneurs, thanks to an expansion in its activities within and beyond the Cambridge Cluster.
Haverhill Research Park will be open for business later this month following the completion of a £3m infrastructure and landscaping contract.
Cambridge Research Park owner Mountgrange is investigating further potential expansion as new and existing tenants devour space to match their own successes.
Demonstrating its industry spread from field to lab, Barclays has been instrumental in significant lending to customers in arguably the region’s oldest business segment – agriculture – and its newest; high technology where its clients include AVEVA and Sepura, both world leaders.
The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL), part of Cambridge Judge Business School, was launched on September 1, 2003 with a mission to “spread the spirit of enterprise” by providing educational activities to inspire and build skills in the practise of Entrepreneurship.