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Nosher Moves Offices: Crossing Milton Road, Cambridge - 19th February 2007

Nosher's new employers move from St. John's Innovation Centre on Cowley Road in Cambridge, to offices on the Science Park (not too far from previous employers Qualcomm Cambridge). This is just as well, as there seem to be about twenty of us stuffed in to a single office at the old site, so we've finally got a bit of room to stretch out. It also involves moving the world's longest whiteboard across the busy Milton Road - Steve Ives, the CEO, lends a hand in true start-up style.

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The new company has been founded by Steve Ives, who also kicked off 3G Lab, which became Trigenix, which became Qualcomm Cambridge (all of which count as Nosher's previous employer). The new company, whilst a start-up, is interesting as it contains mostly former 3G Lab and several quite recent co-employees - it's the first time Nosher has worked for a new company where almost everyone is already known

Bob and Steve are both on the phone in the old offices

Bob's still on the phone. Marc sticks his tongue out

Debs, our part-time accountant, is caught sticking her head out of the office

The old office (Number 24) on the first floor of St. John's Innovation Centre

It's a bit of a box-fest as we pack up our gear for the move.

St. John's main door

Nick and Marc exit with some monitors

At the new building, Matt arrives with a car full of stuff

Steve strides around the new office

Later, back over the road, the journey of the huge whiteboard commences

Marc, Jake and a reflected Steve walk down Cowley Road with the giant whiteboard

The movers pause before crossing Milton Road

An Abbey Road-esqu scene as the guys cross Milton Road

The whiteboard makes it to the Science Park roundabout

The whiteboard makes it to its final destination

The new team gather around for a spot of lunchtime nibbles

Marc says something a bit suggestive (to do with a word like 'Volvo') which cracks everyone up

The new office

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The new company has been founded by Steve Ives, who also kicked off 3G Lab, which became Trigenix, which became Qualcomm Cambridge (all of which count as Nosher's previous employer). The new company, whilst a start-up, is interesting as it contains mostly former 3G Lab and several quite recent co-employees - it's the first time Nosher has worked for a new company where almost everyone is already known