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CamIn

CaminCambridge Innovation Consulting Ltd. (CamIn) was founded in 2011 by NanoDTC students, two of whom are now directors of this growing firm. The company was founded on the experience and inspiration gained from business-focused courses and consultancy projects, which form a key element of the NanoDTC program.

CamIn provides consulting and expert network services related to emerging technologies. They provide expert advice on innovation strategy, technology due diligence and other activities related to R&D, commercialisation and transformation. CamIn prepares industries for the introduction of emerging technologies and enables its clients to remain technologically competitive. CamIn also works with financial institutions during technology transactions and acts as a technology knowledge partner for consultancy and law firms.

Businesses have to innovate to stay competitive, a process that is complex and is constantly disrupted by emerging technologies. Scientific and industrial experts have an excellent understanding of new emerging technologies and how they will affect an industry, but locating such experts is a challenge. This is why CamIn was created. Their team identifies and works with world-class scientific and industrial experts to help clients understand the complex areas of emerging technologies, to design industry roadmaps and to conduct technology due diligence.

For more information, visit www.camin.com.

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