Apple moving to Cambridge, UK to tap into local talent with new R&D office

Apple is looking to open new offices in Cambridge, UK. According to a report over on Business Weekly, the tech company will be deploying staff to 90 Hills Road, which sits in the vicinity of the city's mainline rail station, botanic garden and world-renowned university. According to the report:

"The Californian-based business is believed to have identified 90 Hills Road for its Cambridge city centre offices and R & D function. With Grade A office space at a premium in Cambridge, the US giant would probably start with around 20 staff but have capacity to gear up to as many as 40 in that space."

90 Hills Road

It's a busy area to open new offices in, which we're sure will attract the attention of nearby residents and students. With Cambridge University pushing out waves of talented individuals, Apple will be able to tap into this pool of potential recruits.

Source: Business Weekly

Rich Edmonds