Publications

The management team at St John’s Innovation Centre has been involved in a wide range of business incubation and investment research projects since 2000.

Publications

St John’s Innovation Centres involvement in many of these business incubation and investment research projects were made possible through the generous support of The Gatsby Charitable Foundation.

The published outputs of a selection of these projects – as individual reports, books, or book sections – are accessible below.

 

 

 

Dee, N., Gill, D., Weinberg, C., and McTavish, S. (2015)

Startup support programmes: What’s the difference?

NESTA

 

Barrell, A., Gill, D. and Rigby, M. (2013)

Show me the money: How to raise the cash to get your business off the ground

Elliott and Thompson, London

 

Gill, D. and Minshall, T. (2013)

Cambridge Technopole Report: An overview of the UK’s leading high-technology business cluster

St. John’s Innovation Centre Ltd

 

Gill, D. (2013)

Ideas in the incubator and How to pitch to investors in Jolly, A. (Ed.)

The Innovation Handbook: How to Profit from Your Ideas, Intellectual Property and Market Knowledge

 

Dee, N., D. Gill, R. Lacher, F. Livesey and T. Minshall (2013)

A review of research on the role and effectiveness of business incubation for technology-based start-ups

in P. van der Sijde, G. Cook, I. Wakkee, W. During and A. Groen, High Technology Entrepreneurship

VU University Press, Amsterdam

 

Gill, D. (2013)

Préface

in Vian, D.

ISMA360 : La boussole de l’entrepreneur innovateur

 

Dee, N., D. Gill, R. Lacher, F. Livesey and T. Minshall (2012)

A review of the role and effectiveness of business incubation for high-growth start-ups

University of Cambridge Centre for Technology Management Working Paper Series

 

Dee, N., D. E. Gill, T. F. Livesey and T. H. W. Minshall (2011)

Incubation for growth: A review of the impact of business incubation on new ventures with high growth potential

Report produced by the University of Cambridge Institute for Manufacturing (IfM) for the National Endowment of Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA)

 

Gill, D., T. H. W. Minshall, C. Pickering and M. Rigby (2007)

From “Technological Revolution” to the “Knowledge Economy”: A Review of Support for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the UK

15th High Tech Small Firms, 14-15 June 2007, Manchester Business School, Manchester, UK

 

Gill, D., T. H. W. Minshall, C. Pickering and M. Rigby (2007)

Funding Technology: Britain Forty Years On

Cambridge, St John’s Innovation Centre and Institute for Manufacturing, ISBN 1-902546-50-4

 

Minshall, T. and Wicksteed, W. (2005)

University spin-out companies: Starting to fill the evidence gap

A report for The Gatsby Charitable Foundation by SQW Ltd. and St. John’s Innovation Centre Ltd

 

Gill, D., T. H. W. Minshall and M. Rigby (2003)

Funding Technology: Germany – Better by design?

London, Wardour Communications ISBN 0 9538239 2 X

 

Gill, D., T. H. W. Minshall and M. Rigby (2002)

Funding Technology: Israel and the virtues of necessity

London, Wardour, ISBN 0 9538239 1 1

 

Gill, D., C. Martin, T. H. W. Minshall and M. Rigby (2000)

Funding Technology: Lessons from America

London, Wardour, ISBN 0 9538239 0 3

Want to know more about the research capabilities of St. John’s Innovation Centre?

Please contact David Gill (CEO) or Dr Tim Minshall (Non-Executive Director)

Want to know more about the research capabilities of St. John’s Innovation Centre?

Please contact David Gill (CEO) or Dr Tim Minshall (Non-Executive Director)