University of Cambridge's commercialisation arm has found a new entrepreneur-in-residence in Paul Bailey with experience in human capital planning and links with local academic-industry initiatives.

Paul Bailey (pictured), executive chairman of high-level talent recruitment firm Bailey Fisher Executive Search, has been selected as an entrepreneur-in-residence for University of Cambridge’s commercialisation unit, Cambridge Enterprise.
Bailey’s post involves offering support and guidance to embryonic startups affiliated with Cambridge Enterprise. He will pay particular attention to fostering team development within businesses and encouraging entrepreneurs to forecast human capital requirements for their operations.
His remit is intended to complement support offered by Cambridge Enterprise’s other entrepreneurs-in-residence, Richard…

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