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A hidden gem in Callaghan Innovation’s business case?

A hidden gem in Callaghan Innovation’s business case?

By By Peter Kerr for sticK

(sticK - 21 January 2014 ) Callaghan Innovation’s business case came out a week before Christmas among a flurry of keep it under the radar government documents released about the same time.

(Ironically, the business case appeared a couple of hours after sticK commented that it hadn’t turned up…though I’m not claiming any credit!).

As a couple of people commented, it wasn’t much different from CI’s Statement of Intent delivered in late July.

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