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Cambridge Intelligence, the leading provider of network visualization and analysis solutions, is thrilled to announce it has been selected to join Scale-Up Club 2018.
The invitation-only club, organized by Silicon Valley Comes to the UK (SVC2UK), handpicks creators of the most disruptive technologies that aim to change the world. The program kicked off this week with a range of entrepreneurial events including a CEO summit at St James’s Palace, hosted by HRH The Duke of York.
It’s a unique opportunity for the most promising and fast-growing organizations to learn from each other, as well as connect with Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and investors to explore ideas and encourage growth.
Founded in 2006 by Reid Hoffman, Sherry Coutu CBE and Ellen Levy, SVC2UK is designed to improve the ecosystem of entrepreneurship in the UK, Europe and beyond. Through a series of exclusive sessions, it helps CEOs with their scaling journeys by fostering relationships with Silicon Valley’s finest mentors and leaders, including representatives from Google and Slack.
It’s the third time Cambridge Intelligence has been invited by SVC2UK, having enjoyed membership of the exclusive club in 2014 and 2015. Thanks to the success of its award-winning KeyLines technology, the organization has enjoyed impressive growth ever since. Now ready to scale up to the next level, SVC2UK offers the right calibre of experts and networking opportunities to help make it happen.
Cambridge Intelligence founder and CEO, Joe Parry, was delighted:
Scaling a business the right way is challenging, no matter how great your offering is. By putting us in touch with Silicon Valley’s finest – the people who’ve ‘been there, done that’ – SVC2UK 2018 offers a fantastic opportunity. It’s also interesting to network with organizations who are just as ambitious as Cambridge Intelligence. We got a lot out of our membership in previous years, and I’m sure we’ll find 2018’s programme even more beneficial.