Disruptors UNITE to showcase ground-breaking innovations

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Held at Cambridge’s own hub of innovation, The Hauser Forum, UNITE will feature local businesses, from product conception and delivery specialists Dovetailed, through to fintech giant Bango, where Amazon and PayPal feature on the client books.

Taking place on Monday 19th June, the event will run from 10am until 1.30pm. Speakers from some of Cambridgeshire’s most innovative businesses will share their tips for standing out and winning in competitive marketplaces. There will also be an opportunity to see the latest innovative developments in 3D printing with Barclays Eagle Labs, virtual reality with Collusion and marketing and promoting your business with Google’s Digital Garage.

The full list of those attending are:

  • Dovetailed
  • BANGO
  • ARU REACTOR
  • Land
  • Google’s Digital Garage
  • Barclay’s Eagle Labs
  • Nu Food
  • Collusion

Key partners from across the GCGP area are supporting the event, including CPCA Growth Hub, the LEP’s business signposting service, Intellectual Property experts Marks & Clerk and Cambridge’s newest weekly newspaper, Cambridge Independent.

To find out more about the speakers and the exhibitors attending UNITE, visit the dedicated website: methodcreative.co.uk/unite.

The event is strictly limited to 100 spaces. To register your interest in attending the event, please email jess@methodcreative.co.uk.

 

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