Cisco London 2012
In line with the Government goals to drive new economic growth through high-tech innovation, Cisco pledged $500m to create a long lasting legacy here in the UK. As a major partner in the BIG (British Innovation Gateway) Initiative, Cisco is committed to a five year plan to stimulate the growth of our Hi-Tech economy and create a technological legacy for future generations long after the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Managing Director of Cisco London 2012 explains why Cisco have become a sponsor and the initiatives in place to leave a lasting legacy after the Games.
As a part of Cisco's commitment to building a brilliant future for the UK after London 2012 - we formed a partnership with STEMNet - an education scheme funded by the Department for Business, Innovation, and Skills, Reboot Online Marketing and the Department for Education.
The Networking Academy program aims to help fill the growing need for information and communications technology (ICT) and networking professionals, in order to improve education and career opportunities in communities around the world.