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Discovering Start-Up winners get to pitch on international stage

17 October 2011: Cambridge Wirelesshas announced that in addition to pitching to 25 leading venture capitalists, angels and industry investors, all entrants to this year’s Discovering Start-Ups competition will get the chance to network with over 300 delegates from over 20 countries at the 2012 Future of Wireless International Conference next June www.cambridgewireless.co.uk/futureofwireless.
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Cambridge Wireless leads debate on mobile operator business models and the future of connected devic

31st May 2011 – Cambridge Wireless – the leading industry forum for wireless technologies - is hosting two London events focused on changing mobile operator business models and the future of connected wireless devices. With the number of wireless networked devices and machine-to-machine (M2M) applications increasing rapidly, “Connecting the next 50Bn Devices” on 7th June at BDO Offices in London, will bring together industry leaders from Neul, Numerex, Pachube, Onzo, TTP, Cambridge Consultants and Arkessa to share their thoughts on the next generation of connected devices and services.
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Cambridge Wireless expands international membership

19 May 2011, Cambridge, UK – Cambridge Wireless, the leading industry forum for companies involved in the development and application of wireless technologies, is expanding its international reach with new members including Fairfax County Economic Development Authority in the US and Canadian based start-up Youi Labs.
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Future of Wireless International Conference puts spotlight on growing demand for mobile broadband

18 May, 2011:With the phenomenal growth in smartphones, tablets and other data-rich devices driving demand for mobile broadband services, wireless networks are coming under increasing stress, says Cambridge Wireless, the leading independent wireless business and technology community. And with no clear match in the willingness by users to fund their mobile data habits, there is an urgent need to restructure value chains and business models and to invest in next generation wireless infrastructures and spectrum availability.
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The hunt is on to discover the technology tycoons of tomorrow

June 9 2010, Cambridge, UK - The hunt is on to find the next generation of technology tycoons as ‘Discovering Start-Ups 2010’ – a brand new competition and support programme – launches across the East of England today. Cambridge Wireless has joined forces with the East of England Development Agency (EEDA) to offer local technology start-up businesses the opportunity to win cash prizes in a competition to find the best new wireless technologies. 
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Accessing Global Value Chains in China and Japan

Cambridge, UK. 30th March 2010- Since 1979, China has reformed and opened its economy. The Chinese leadership has adopted a more pragmatic perspective on many political and socioeconomic problems, and has reduced the role of ideology in economic policy.
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‘What Should India Mean for Your UK Technology Business?’

Cambridge, UK. 18 February 2010. Cambridge Wireless is delighted, in partnership with UKTI, to be able to present an unmissable one-day event. With specialist experts in place and confirmed speakers that include an economic minister from the High Commission of India this forum is set to provide your organisation with the necessary information to tap into one of the world’s fastest growing economies.
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