Duff, Amy
February 2011
Director;Feb2011, Vol. 64 Issue 6, p56
The article discusses the need for hubs, clusters, cultural quarters or hotspots in Great Britain to cooperate with policymakers, academia and businesses to be successful in creating jobs and wealth. It reports on the growth of a network of streets around Old Street in east London, England known as Silicon Roundabout. The article looks at the success selected hubs and clusters in the country, including DigitalCity Middlesbrough, the Birmingham Science Park Aston, and bioCity Nottingham.


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