10th Cambridge Enterprise Conference
Diving with Dolphins: Navigating International Waters
A recession should not deter technology companies from having international aspirations, in fact they should be building global ambitions into their plan from the outset, says David Gill, Director of the St John's Innovation Centre, ahead of this year's Cambridge Enterprise Conference - Diving with Dolphins: Navigating International Waters - to be held at Churchill College on 23rd September 2009.
The majority of Cambridge success stories have gone global early on and there are a number of models for achieving this. St John's Innovation Centre provides support and advice for early stage companies, including running the dynamic Cambridge Enterprise Conference.
The theme this year is internationalism and the event will be exploring the diverse strategies that have been used by high tech companies to penetrate overseas markets.
Entrepreneurs from Abcam, ARM, Augmentra and Bango along with overseas clients, leading academics and finance specialists will be giving the benefits of their experience at this vibrant event.
Delegates will also have the opportunity to see cutting edge innovations from some of the most exciting young companies on the Cambridge scene.
The 10th Cambridge Enterprise Conference - Diving with Dolphins: Navigating International Waters - is a joint initiative between St John's Innovation Centre, The Greater Cambridge Partnership and N W Brown Group. It is sponsored by Peters Elworthy and Moore (PEM) and St John's Innovation Centre and supported by Business Link East.
Official Website: http://www.cambridgeenterpriseconference.co.uk
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