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Cobra Beer

Cobra Beer

Lord Karan Bilimoria founded Cobra Beer in 1989. He launched Cobra Beer when he realised that Britain deserved a better, smoother, less gassy lager. Not just smoother, but one which complemented food, and could appeal to both ale and lager drinkers alike. Using the finest natural ingredients and a traditional Indian blend of barley malt and yeast, with maize, hops, and rice, he created an extra smooth and less gassy beer, quite unlike any other. Originally planned to be called Panther, the beer was ready to go, but the name wasn't popular with customers and was changed to Cobra at the eleventh hour. The rest, as they say, is history.

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DLA Piper

Technological innovation has changed how we live and do business. With deep roots in Silicon Valley, for more than 40 years DLA Piper has served and grown with the technology sector.

DLA Piper have one of the leading technology practices of any law firm. They understand the technology and the market which means they can provide unparalleled support and insight to technology companies and their investors.

DLA Piper's lawyers support technology clients wherever they do business. From the largest global enterprises to mid-market players and startups, their clients are businesses whose growth depends on their ability to attract, retain and motivate highly skilled individuals and develop, commercialise, exploit and defend intellectual property.

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Cambridge Judge Business School
University of Cambridge
Trumpington Street

If you are travelling from the railway station, there are plenty of taxis outside and taxi drivers are familiar with the location.

Unfortunately there are no parking facilities, though there are some metered spaces outside.

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