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The Cambridge University Technology and Enterprise Club (CUTEC) is an organization dedicated to enhancing the entrepreneurial spirit amongst academics and students. CUTEC facilitate interaction between industry experts and students, thereby providing students with exposure to the wider business and fundraising communities. Investors and the industries that support them in turn gain access to the vibrant research and entrepreneurial communities at the University of Cambridge.
CUTEC hosts a number of annual conferences, including the Technology Venture Conference which aims to join venture capitalists with entrepreneurs. CUTEC also has a large role in i-Teams, an organization that primes cutting edge ideas into ready-for-market products.
CUTEC ’s ability to create enterprise opportunities has had a large impact on the University and led Younoodle to rank Cambridge “3rd most entrepreneurially successful university worldwide” in 2008.
Visit www.cutec.org for more details.
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