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If you are a member of the University of Cambridge and would like to have an informal conversation, tell us about your idea or invention, or would like to get in touch with us about using one of our services to develop your opportunity, please visit our Get Started page.


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To discuss how we can support you in technology transfer, commercialisation and innovation, or to set up a one hour meeting for an introduction to Cambridge Enterprise and the Cambridge Cluster, please get in touch.

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Cambridge Enterprise is committed to sustainable travel and where possible, we promote using green travel methods to visit us. For more information on sustainable travel to the West Cambridge site, please read the leaflet published by the University’s Cambridge Green Challenge initiative.



Get directions

Cambridge Enterprise is based at the Hauser Forum, to the west of the city.

On foot / by bike

The Hauser Forum is on the University’s West Cambridge site, approximately ten minutes’ cycle ride from the city centre. The site is served by a dedicated cycleway/footpath and segregated cycle lane along JJ Thomson Avenue, as well as road routes.  There is also ample secure cycle parking right outside the building.


Cambridge has good rail links with London King’s Cross/St Pancras International, London Liverpool Street, Stansted Airport and other national destinations. Cambridge Station and Cambridge North are both located approximately three miles from the Hauser Forum, with onward travel by taxi or bus services.


The Universal (U) bus service, operated by Whippet, stops opposite the Hauser Forum. Additional bus services stop along Madingley Road, a short walk from the Hauser Forum

National bus services operate from Cambridge Drummer Street bus station. Connecting bus services operate nearby, or a taxi can be taken to the Hauser Forum.

Access further information on travelling by bus, including bus timetables:

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Coming from the South, travelling northbound on the M11:

  • Leave at Junction 13
  • Turn right along the A1303
  • After approximately a mile, turn right onto JJ Thomson Avenue; we are located on Charles Babbage Road, at the end of JJ Thomson Avenue

Coming from the West, on the A428 from Bedford:

  • Take the A1303 (Madingley Road) as you approach Cambridge
  • Turn right onto JJ Thomson Avenue; we are located on Charles Babbage Road, at the end of JJ Thomson Avenue.

Coming from the North, coming in on the A14:

  • Take the exit for Cambridge to enter the city along Huntingdon Road (A1307)
  • Turn right at the first set of traffic lights, going towards Eddington. There are traffic calming humps throughout Eddington, so mind your tyres!
  • When you come out of Eddington, turn left at the traffic lights onto Madingley Road (A1303)
  • Turn right onto JJ Thomson Avenue; we are located on Charles Babbage Road, at the end of JJ Thomson Avenue



Please note that car parking is very limited across the site and must be booked in advance via the person you are visiting.

Alternative car parking can be found at the Park & Ride Madingley Road site, located a short distance (~0.5 miles) from the Hauser Forum.

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