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Connecting the Cambridge Founder Community.

The ideaSpace mission

Being a part of the University of Cambridge is central to ideaSpace’s sense of purpose. It shares the University’s commitment to excellence and to making a meaningful contribution to society by supporting the development of high impact new ventures.

As well as helping start-ups create successful businesses and economic value, ideaSpace works with governments, agencies and higher education institutions to develop policies, strategies and programmes to support a thriving start-up sector. We also inform, and provide cases for research and development activities at the University of Cambridge relating to early-stage ventures and their ecosystems.

 

 

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LESSONS FROM A BUSINESS FACILITATOR: 5 Ways to a Successful Strategy

Oct 31, 2019

This month, business facilitator, Ludo Chapman, talks about 5 sets of recommendations and actions to help any aspiring entrepreneur or early stage start up to grow a business and untangle strategic problems. Ludo is founder of The Innovation Practice and has over 30 years’ experience ranging from launching and leading start-ups to running a mid-sized business. He started out by setting up a software training company before becoming CEO of a scientific instrument business, Grant Instruments. More recently he has been helping technology start-ups get funding, leading product launches and set up their sales channels, both in B2B and consumer markets.

ideaSpace Vacancy - Community and Office Manager (Maternity cover)

Oct 03, 2019

ideaSpace are looking for an Operations and Office Manager (part time and maternity cover) based at ideaSpace West in the Hauser Forum. The closing date for applications is 17th October 2019 at 5pm.

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