Manchester Science Partnerships (MSP) has launched a new £2m tech incubator that will result in up to 2,000 jobs being created in data science and technology innovation companies over the next ten years.

The incubator, supported by a £2m award from Manchester City Council,  will provide start-ups with a wide package of business support services and is designed for start-ups working in areas such as artifical intelligence, data analytics, cyber security, cloud technologies and digital health.

Located at Manchester Technology Centre, part of Cicrcle Square the official launch took place on 10 May and was attended by more than 250 people including Andy Burnham, Mayor of Manchester, Prof Danielle George from the University of Manchester and leading members from Manchesters business and scientific communities.

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Submitted on 14/05/2018