Cambridge Innovation Center
Tim Rowe is the founder and CEO of Cambridge Innovation Center, the largest facility in the world dedicated to housing early stage technology businesses. More than $2 billion has been invested in companies developed at CIC. The best known startup is Google Android, which was co-founded at the center by Rich Miner. In addition to its Cambridge, Mass., location, CIC opened new facilities in Boston and St. Louis in 2014.
Mr. Rowe also serves as a venture partner with New Atlantic Ventures, is the founding president of the Kendall Square Association, and sits on the board of the New England Venture Capital Association. Previously, he served as a lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management, a manager with the Boston Consulting Group and an analyst with the Mitsubishi Research Institute.
Tim Rowe, Cambridge Innovation Center with Bruce Katz, Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program
Tim Rowe, Cambridge Innovation Center, with Bruce Katz, Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program, speaking on day 1 at the p4 Pittsburgh conference at the Energy Innovation Center on April 16, 2015 during the "Performance" session.
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