Business podcast: the University and entrepreneurship


26-03-2019

Andy Neely from the University of Cambridge talks to business podcast hosts Adelina Chalmers and James Parton of Scaling, Failing and Prevailing about how the university is supporting entrepreneurship and working with businesses.

Andy Neely, the Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Enterprise and Business Relations at the University of Cambridge (pictured, centre, with James and Adelina), has a very wide ranging role.

In this episode, the business podcast Scaling, Failing and Prevailing hears from Andy about the programmes across the university that support entrepreneurship such as startups, spin-outs and support, and how it commercialises its research.

Andy talks about his role and the local Cambridge ecosystem - he is involved in everything around the Cambridge Cluster, and at a regional level he sits on a business board which discusses local industrial strategy.

The podcast also covers the work being done by the university, as well as looking at Brexit and its predicted impact.

More about the podcast hosts

Adelina is known as The Geek Whisperer and works in tech start-ups and corporates, enabling geeks at all levels to talk to each other. She also helps startups from Cambridge University to secure investment.

James has worked in corporate innovation and experienced the fabled unicorn journey in the USA. Today he runs the Bradfield Centre in Cambridge where they help tech companies scale.

The podcast is produced by Carl Homer (Cambridge TV) and the branding was created by Tanya and Anne-Marie at Carbon Orange.

If you have questions for Adelina and James, or suggestions for future guests, get in touch.

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