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Posted March 12 , 2010
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Expansion

Communitech Opens New Office in Cambridge, Ontario

CAMBRIDGE - Communitech, Waterloo Region's tech organization representing more than 700 companies, announced yesterday that it has opened an office to service the growing needs of Cambridge, Guelph and area.

"We're delighted to have a new office in Cambridge," said Iain Klugman, President and CEO of Communitech, "We have long recognized the innovation in the communities of Cambridge and Guelph, and having a 'storefront' here will help us better meet the needs of technology companies."

The new office is part of a concerted outreach effort to identify and support a growing number of technology companies in Cambridge and Guelph. Communitech has also engaged a senior business development and marketing professional to work directly with tech companies through the Cambridge office. The new office and outreach activities have received financial support from the federal government through the NRC-Industrial Research Assistance Program.

"Cambridge, Guelph and the surrounding area have significant strength in sectors like advanced manufacturing, power generation, biotechnology and aerospace," continued Klugman, "This local presence will support and connect these businesses to one another, and to the rest of the Waterloo Region tech industry."

The Communitech network includes leading technology companies in Cambridge and Guelph such as COM DEV, ATS Automation, Babcock Wilcox, Moxy Media and a host of emerging technology companies, such as Ladybug and Well.ca.

The new Communitech office is located at Can-Amera Corporate Center, 231 Shearson Crescent in Cambridge.

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