Anglo-French e-biz

January 12, 2001

CERAM Sophia Antipolis, the French graduate school of management and technology, and the Entrepreneurship Centre of Cambridge University have agreed to cooperate in teaching and research.

The aim of the agreement is to provide training for European entrepreneurs to launch high-tech companies and projects. Applied research projects will compare the performance of the high-tech companies based at the two centres and focus on the different kinds of "incubator" used for start-up firms. The scheme will officially start in October but the first of its joint summer schools will be held earlier in Cambridge with modules taught by Ceram teachers.

Details: Michel Bernasconi, tel: +33(0) 4 9395 4487, email: , or Peter Hiscocks, tel: 01223 766900, email:

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