Cambridge tech cluster is top of the list as new film launches



Cambridge is the focus of a new short film, launched today, produced by the Centre for Cities. It explores how the city’s historical strengths and university are driving forward-looking, innovative small and medium-sized businesses.

Underlining Cambridge's position as number one in the 'high growth strategies' index in the 2014 Centre for Cities annual report, Small Business Outlook, the video considers what makes the tech cluster here so successful.
It features interviews with Neil Darwin, Chief Executive of the GCGP LEP; Claire Ruskin, Cambridge Network's CEO; Andrew Lynn, entrepreneur and CEO of Fluidic Analytics; Andy Hopper, head of Cambridge University's Computer Lab; and Andy Harter, CEO of RealVNC.
In the five-minute film, Centre for Cities' Senior Analyst Naomi Clayton concludes that, more than any other city in the country, Cambridge SMEs pursue innovation, compete on quality, and operate in competitive markets.
Cambridge is the first in a series of four Centre for Cities' films looking at the SME base and specialisms in different cities, and the next will feature Bristol.
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