Milner Ltd Opens Cambridge OfficeJune 5, 2013
One of IM’s cluster companies has recently expanded! Milner Strategic Marketing Ltd, the technology business consultancy based at Adastral Park, has opened a new office in Cambridge.
Milner works with business to business (b2b) clients in three technology sectors: High-tech (ICT), Clean-tech (Energy Management and Renewables) and Bio-tech (Bio-Medical and Healthcare). The company specialises in market analysis, strategy and implementing marketing programmes (with specific attention to PR and the use of digital media). The client list ranges from small and medium enterprises to large international players and includes a number of Cambridge companies.
Milner will be based at the St John’s Innovation Centre (SJIC). The Centre is a key location in its own right and it is conveniently located close to the Cambridge Science Park and City Centre. Milner already has several clients in Cambridge and this local presence will enable it to improve the support which it gives them and will be a base for developing new business.
David Gill, Managing Director of SJIC said “I am delighted to welcome Milner Strategic Marketing to the Centre and we look forward to helping them get the most out of our services.”
Milner’s Cambridge office will be headed by David Jenkins who has a record of involvement in technology based businesses. For the last 10 years, he has been active in Cambridge as a consultant and business coach. David said, “I’m excited to be working with Milner to expand in and around Cambridge. I have been very impressed by Milner’s approach and feel sure that it will bring benefit to potential customers, from start-ups through to mature businesses, in and around Cambridge.”
Nick Milner, Managing Director of Milner, said: “Cambridge is a centre of economic growth with companies at all stages of development and in sectors where Milner has skills and experience. We are looking forward to engaging with them and replicating the successes that we have had internationally and in other parts of the UK.”