The Centre for Computing History has attracted sponsorship from across the Atlantic. Brad Feld, an early stage
investor and serial entrepreneur, has made a surprise financial contribution to the museum’s Cambridge relocation fund.
Colorado based Brad is one of the managing directors of Foundry Group, a venture capital firm focused on making investments in information technology, Internet and software companies across North America.
It was at a Business Springboard event in Cambridge that Brad first heard of the Centre for Computing History. Museum trustee, Jason Fitzpatrick delivered a short presentation on the major fund-raising initiative to finance the relocation and subsequent foundation of a world-class Cambridge Computer Museum.
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