Chris Lamaison realised that busy managers frequently wished that they had more detailed information before making decisions. Cambridge Resolution was started in 1998 for technology companies which required marketing information to minimize risk whilst developing successful business strategies.
BSc, chemistry, started in market research for BOC and has 30 years of marketing technology products for Edwards High Vacuum, Hughes Aircraft Company and Graseby Dynamics (now part of Smiths Industries Detection Systems) primarily in Europe, USA, Middle East and Africa. He has experience in identifying new opportunities, securing business through collaborative partnerships and establishing agency networks worldwide. Chris started Cambridge Resolution in 1998 to help technology and medical device companies collect more relevant marketing intelligence – and some new customers at the same time.
PhD (Cantab) CEng, MBA and MSc (Economics). Alan has been Managing Director of electronics sub-contract manufacturing, systems for the food processing industry, and several medical device companies. Alan was MD of Graseby Medical, a divisional MD in Smiths Industries Medical and the MD of the medical companies in Oxford Instruments plc. He has business development experience, including start-up and acquisitions technology licensing. Alan is an Associate Lecturer with the Open University Business School, a Visiting Fellow at Cranfield University’s School of Management and a Senior Industrial Fellow at the Institute for Manufacturing, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge.
MA (Cantab), had engineering roles in Marconi, Chelmsford. He has worked in several sales, marketing and business development positions in a number of hi-tech companies. Technologies covered by these companies are satellite communications, high performance camera, image processing systems and speech technology software. Andrew worked at Microsoft where he was responsible for business development of mobile Internet solutions within the mobile telephony market segment.