Sinclair and Acorn could have been as big as Apple

Posted 2 Aug 2011 by Sue Keogh in Book news, General news, Phenomenon news

In an interview with Business Weekly, Cambridge entrepreneur and ex-Sinclair man Charles Cotton explains what it was like to work in such an innovative and vibrant organisation:

“After a week there I realised that you had to be nuts about technology, a marathon runner or a vegetarian – or all three. Clive would run six miles most mornings and come up with a constant stream of ideas. As soon as he had thought of them, he sketched them out and passed them to Jim Westwood; sales had already reached a gazillion!”

Read the interview in full at Business Weekly