Data and Resources

​Here is a range of data and resources which will help you find out more about Cambridge and the region.


Cluster: data and resources

Business Intelligence:

Cambridge Ahead publishes stats and other information related to Cambridge business and funds the Cambridge Cluster Map.

Cambridgeshire County Council publishes Cambridgeshire Insight, a shared knowledge base for the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough area.

Tech Nation's Data Commons for UK tech: a national database of technology businesses, founders, investors, VC funds, angels, accelerators, universities and service providers to the sector.

June 2020: Bidwells and New London Architecture (NLA) Research paper explores ‘Knowledge Networks: London and the Ox-Cam Arc'

Inward Investment:

Cambridgeshire County Council also provides information for companies looking to relocate to Cambridgeshire, including details about the different District Council areas plus the different sectors of the Cambridgeshire economy, with particular reference to high-tech industry.  

For more detail on business in the district council areas, visit the business sections for South Cambridgeshire and East Cambridgeshire Councils.

Newspapers:

Cambridge features regularly in the local, national and trade Press. See a list of past and current articles in Media Mentions here.

You can also find out about businesses here using the following resources:

Business Weekly: a weekly newspaper dedicated to business in and around Cambridge and East Anglia. Business Weekly also regularly produces a list of  its Killer 50 companies.

Cambridge Independent is a weekly paper with local news and a dedicated Business section.

Cambridge News is the local daily paper; it also has a dedicated Business section.

Other:

This website also has a section updated from time to time by graduates called Living and Working in Cambridge. It contains information about travel, community services, leisure facilities and accommodation in the area.

The University of Cambridge:  Read about the University's history - starting in 1209 - and some of the Cambridge ideas which have changed the world over the past 800 years: Cambridge & its heritage.

The University has a useful section on its website highlighting its role in the development of the high-tech cluster.  There are some useful illustrated statistics in its  Innovation in Numbers and Research in Numbers documents. 

 

The links above are not exhaustive - please feel free to suggest any obvious omissions by emailing editor@cambridgenetwork.co.uk