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Doubling up – rapid rise of staff and clients for Cambridge Intelligence

Doubling up – rapid rise of staff and clients for Cambridge Intelligence

Cambridge Intelligence is celebrating the addition of another major customer which takes the total past 20 worldwide – double the number it was six months ago.

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BBC News - Is it good for people to fail occasionally?

BBC News - Is it good for people to fail occasionally?

In this highly competitive world we often prize success and hate it when things go wrong, but is there actually a value in failing? BBC news spoke to ideaSpace Director Stewart McTavish recently on the topic.

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Supporting the growth and sustainability of Europe’s start-ups

Supporting the growth and sustainability of Europe’s start-ups

ideaSpace is supporting a new initiative to boost the growth and sustainability of European start-ups by helping them compete and raise funds at a global level.

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How technology will shape our lives in 2020

How technology will shape our lives in 2020

A new book curated by a creative entrepreneur based at ideaSpace focuses on how technology will influence our daily life in the near future.

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An intelligent approach to visualisation systems

An intelligent approach to visualisation systems

In a world where organisations hold and use an ever-increasing amount of data – and much of it is highly sensitive – it is not always easy to understand the connections in that information.

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ideaSpace members dominate Cambridge tech start-ups list

ideaSpace members dominate Cambridge tech start-ups list

A national newspaper’s feature on 16 of the leading technology start-ups in Cambridge produced an interesting common denominator – almost half are members or alumni of ideaSpace.

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Cambridge Intelligence wins an innovation award

Cambridge Intelligence wins an innovation award

KeyLines, by Cambridge Intelligence, has been named Most Innovative Graph Application in Visualisation.

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Smart Crib launches ultra-secure password management solution

Smart Crib Ltd has launched a unique password management solution, sCrib™, to give users a range of ultra-secure passwords at the touch of a button.

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Skin Analytics – a service to beat skin cancer

Skin Analytics – a service to beat skin cancer

Founders Julian Hall and Neil Daly met while studying for an MBA and decided to create a smartphone app to address one of the fastest-growing killers in the world – melanoma.

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Voyage Manager helps international expeditions keep on track

Voyage Manager helps international expeditions keep on track

Voyage Manager, an ideaSpace member that provides web-based travel tracking, management and security services, is supporting two international expeditions.

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Cambridge Intelligence grows to double figures

Cambridge Intelligence grows to double figures

ideaSpace company celebrates their tenth customer and their first success on mainland Europe.

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Input Dynamics shortlisted at TechPitch

Input Dynamics shortlisted at TechPitch

ideaSpace member, Input Dynamics has been shortlisted to pitch at the TechPitch4.5 competition.

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10 per cent of the 'Ones to Watch' are members and alumni of ideaSpace

10 per cent of the 'Ones to Watch' are members and alumni of ideaSpace

A number of current and former ideaSpace members have appeared in the ‘Ones to Watch’ list compiled by Business Weekly.

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Cambridge Intelligence reaches the Killer50 list in two years

Cambridge Intelligence reaches the Killer50 list in two years

Cambridge Intelligence, an ideaSpace member, has made it into the list of ‘hottest, disruptive technology companies in Cambridge and the East of England’ – Business Weekly’s Killer50. This is the first ideaSpace member to earn such recognition.

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ideaSpace Director shortlisted at the Cambridge Business Excellence Awards

ideaSpace Director shortlisted at the Cambridge Business Excellence Awards

Stewart McTavish, who heads ideaSpace, a hub for early stage innovation which is part of the University of Cambridge Hauser Forum, was a finalist in the Business Person of the Year category of the Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards 2013.

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Celebrating World Environment Day - Polysolar’s Contribution to Saving our Planet

Jun 05, 2019

ideaSpace exists to support founders with scalable innovative ideas which could potentially address global threats like climate change. To celebrate World Environment Day we spoke to Hamish Watson, founder of ideaSpace alumni company Polysolar – a leader in the provision of solar PV glass for energy generation in buildings. He took us through Polysolar’s story, from product inception to where it is today, and shared his thoughts on the secret to the company’s success, the challenges that have shaped its growth, and some advice on crowdfunding.

LESSONS FOR A FOUNDER - 10 Things a Start-up Company Should Consider When Writing a Communications Plan

May 29, 2019

Lorna Cuddon set up Zyme Communications 10 years ago to focus on early stage life science companies as she saw a gap in the market for a Cambridge based company. At our recent B3 event Lorna shared what an early stage start-up needs to consider in their communications. She first touched on why you need it. Communications is essential to support corporate objectives; whether its raising investment or creating commercial leads and sales revenue, establishing partnerships or raising the company profile to support a recruitment drive – the comms plan can help! We took the top 10 tips from Lorna’s talk – read on to find out what you can do to up your communications game.

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