Leading Cambridge High-Tech Companies Join Together To Trade Developmental and Marketing Opportunities

Apr 23, 2001, 01:00 ET from Cambridge Technology Exchange

    CAMBRIDGE, England, April 23 /PRNewswire/ -- The Cambridge Technology
 Exchange, 23-24 May 2001, devised by the Cambridge Network, is an event
 designed to showcase the commercial and academic achievements of the region in
 the fields of IT, communications and biotechnology, and to share the vision of
 leading technology and scientific organisations that have brought worldwide
 renown to the Cambridge area.
     The Cambridge Technology Exchange (CTE) comprises complementary
  events -- the CTE 2001 Trading Floor and the Cambridge 2010 conference.
     The CTE 2001 Trading Floor at the Corn Exchange offers the perfect
 opportunity for local companies to demonstrate their spectacular contributions
 to the development of high-tech business in the UK and the key role they play
 in promoting a vibrant, growing economy -- both within the region and beyond.
     The CTE 2001 Trading Floor will provide the ideal environment in which
 both the smaller company and large organisation may trade services, explore
 development and marketing possibilities, research intellectual capital, and
 investigate equity and finance opportunities.  The event will also feature
 some of the most fascinating research from Europe's leading academic
 institutions.
     Across the street from the Corn Exchange, the Guildhall will host a
 high-level two-day conference entitled Cambridge 2010.  Through a mix of
 keynote presentations and panel discussion, this exclusive event will bring
 together some of the world's most far-thinking technologists, business
 leaders, academics and entrepreneurs to explore the impact of revolutionary
 technologies on business and society over the next decade.
     Full details of the Cambridge 2010 conference and the CTE 2001 Trading
 Floor can be found at http://www.cte2001.com.  Organised by Analysys on behalf
 of Cambridge Network.
 
 

SOURCE Cambridge Technology Exchange
    CAMBRIDGE, England, April 23 /PRNewswire/ -- The Cambridge Technology
 Exchange, 23-24 May 2001, devised by the Cambridge Network, is an event
 designed to showcase the commercial and academic achievements of the region in
 the fields of IT, communications and biotechnology, and to share the vision of
 leading technology and scientific organisations that have brought worldwide
 renown to the Cambridge area.
     The Cambridge Technology Exchange (CTE) comprises complementary
  events -- the CTE 2001 Trading Floor and the Cambridge 2010 conference.
     The CTE 2001 Trading Floor at the Corn Exchange offers the perfect
 opportunity for local companies to demonstrate their spectacular contributions
 to the development of high-tech business in the UK and the key role they play
 in promoting a vibrant, growing economy -- both within the region and beyond.
     The CTE 2001 Trading Floor will provide the ideal environment in which
 both the smaller company and large organisation may trade services, explore
 development and marketing possibilities, research intellectual capital, and
 investigate equity and finance opportunities.  The event will also feature
 some of the most fascinating research from Europe's leading academic
 institutions.
     Across the street from the Corn Exchange, the Guildhall will host a
 high-level two-day conference entitled Cambridge 2010.  Through a mix of
 keynote presentations and panel discussion, this exclusive event will bring
 together some of the world's most far-thinking technologists, business
 leaders, academics and entrepreneurs to explore the impact of revolutionary
 technologies on business and society over the next decade.
     Full details of the Cambridge 2010 conference and the CTE 2001 Trading
 Floor can be found at http://www.cte2001.com.  Organised by Analysys on behalf
 of Cambridge Network.
 
 SOURCE  Cambridge Technology Exchange