5 Spaces For Anyone To Grow A Business In The Cambridge Cluster

Kings Parade, Cambridge — Copyright Tricia Levasseur

Let’s take a closer look at some central places where the doors are open to all:

Frequent trains from London Kings Cross to Cambridge ©Tricia Levasseur

“When you step off the train here and walk into the city square outside the railway station, you will not see the spires of King’s College Chapel or the turrets atop the Trinity Great Court. The University of Cambridge is still a cab ride away. But you will see a stone and glass office building with a rooftop patio. This is where Amazon designs its flying drones.”

- Cade Metz and Adam Satariano, New York Times

Commercializing in Cambridge:

1. St John’s Innovation Centre:

2. Barclays’ Eagle Labs:

“Cambridge is the home of innovation, so it feels right that our flagship incubator is based here. A community of pioneers and innovators across a variety of sectors. Cambridge incubator actively supports the Cambridge ecosystem of entrepreneurs.”

- Barclays Eagle Labs

Beer and Pizza Networking at Barclays’ Eagle Lab Cambridge — ©Tricia Levasseur

3. ideaSpace:

ideaSpace West Wall of Fame — Copyright Tricia Levasseur

4. Cambridge DeskSpace:

5. Bradfield Centre:

Bradfield Centre, Ground Floor, Just Before The Lunch Rush — Copyright Tricia Levasseur

Marketing Executive combining Storytelling & Digitial Technology. Techstars Mentor. Former Bloomberg Journalist. Cambridge MBA. www.ShowMeMyCustomers.com

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