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Joe joins Prime Minister’s mission to Washington

last modified Jan 19, 2015 09:23 AM
Joe Parry joined David Cameron on a trip to Washington where the Prime Minister announced significant new investment and initiatives aimed at protecting the UK’s online interests.
Joe joins Prime Minister’s mission to Washington

Joe Parry (left) with David Cameron (right)

 

The CEO of data visualisation firm Cambridge Intelligence, formerly based at ideaSpace, was part of a delegation selected by Number 10 for their reputations for innovation in the cyber security sector.

During the trip, the CEOs shared latest cyber security thinking and discussed collaboration opportunities with high-ranking officials from across the US federal government and security agencies.

Mr Cameron said: “On this trip I’m showcasing some of the leading UK cyber security companies, including Cambridge Intelligence, who will have the chance to meet investors and build their business in the US.”

Joe said: “We are grateful to the Prime Minister for his support of innovative smaller businesses. We are already operational in the US but this visit has helped us strengthen our existing relationships and forge new ones.”

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