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How to make Cambridge the World's #1 Innovation Eco-system

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Office of Postdoctoral Affairs, University of Cambridge

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On 28th Nov we'll host Dr. Michael Anstey of Cambridge Innovation Capital (CIC) for an interactive discussion on the future of the Cambridge cluster and ways we can help ensure we reach our full potential.


Mike will present the initial results of an investigation inspired by the university's former Vice Chancellor, who asked CIC to conduct a review of the Cambridge Cluster and develop recommendations to help make it the leading innovation eco-system in the world.


Mike's talk will share what it takes to win as a cluster, the identified strengths and weaknesses of Cambridge, and initial recommendations to achieve the goal. He is also seeking input from the audience to help expand and refine his recommendations.


Cambridge is entering its next stage of growth, and understanding the changes happening will be crucial to individuals and organisations aiming to live and work in the Cambridge cluster in the future - this event is open to everyone (you don't have to be a postdoc!).


The talk will be followed by a networking session with food and drinks.

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Mike is an investment director at CIC, specialising in healthcare. He is also a co-founder of the Canadian biotech Proteorex Therapeutics Inc, and before joining CIC worked at the Boston Consulting Group.

CIC is a preferred investor for the University of Cambridge, extending the reach of its investment opportunities beyond seed funds. CIC invests in intellectual property-rich companies from the Cambridge Cluster. For more information on CIC click: https://www.cicplc.co.uk/

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