Tim Rowe is the Founder and CEO of Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC), the largest facility in the world dedicated to housing early stage technology businesses. More than US $2B has been invested in companies that grew up at CIC. The best known startup coming out of CIC to date is Google Android, which was co-founded at CIC by Rich Miner. Approximately $7B of venture capital is headquartered within CIC's two main buildings in Massachusetts, which would place it on par with many countries. Tim also serves as a venture partner with New Atlantic Ventures, and sits on the Board of the New England Venture Capital Association.
Previously, Tim has served as a Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management, a Manager with the Boston Consulting Group and an analyst with the Mitsubishi Research Institute. Tim speaks Spanish and Japanese fluently, and holds an MBA from MIT’s Sloan School of Management and a BA from Amherst College.