Cambridge, Europe’s largest tech cluster, has announced a new initiative with £50m ($80m) backing to support the development of the University’s startup and spin-out companies. Cambridge Innovation Capital (CIC) will invest long-term equity finance in the institution’s many technology firms with a keen eye to assist companies across the funding pitfall after research opts to…
Cambridge spin-outs set to boom with £50m fund
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