Adam our CTO features in the Financial TimesTopic: Esendex news
In today’s Financial Times, Adam Bird talks about a campaign he has launched to make Nottingham the latest UK cluster for ambitious digital start-ups, in the mould of Cambridge or London’s Silicon Roundabout.
It involves bringing together founders of technology and software programmers. These groups consist of more than 100 people every week. Adam is building on this by promoting Nottingham as a place to found businesses.
Speaking to the Financial Times, Adam comments: “What I am trying to do is to convince people that you don’t have to go to the bright lights of London; you can have a fantastic life and rewarding career in Nottingham,”
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