Cambridge Innovation Center is an American real estate services company which bills itself as a "community of entrepreneurs". The company was founded in 1999 by Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduates Timothy Rowe and Andrew Olmsted. HB Reavis, headquartered in Luxembourg, has given funding of $58 million to Cambridge Innovation Center to expand its coworking spaces globally. CIC campuses are essentially a mix of startups, “corporate innovation spin-outs,” and VC funds, with tenants given access to desks, meeting rooms, labs, and more.
"CIC also houses innovation globalization programs for more than a dozen governments including Canada, China, Germany, Japan, and the Netherlands"
Highest paying job titles at Cambridge Innovations include Relationship Manager, General Manager, and Assistant Director