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Richard Kirby and Anthony Jenking, CRedit360

CRedit360 wins Queen’s Award after trebling sales in three years

Cambridge-based EHS and sustainability management software developer CRedit360 is recognised for outstanding overseas growth.

21/04/2015Read in full

Sepura proud to be awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise, International Trade

Sepura announces that it has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the International Trade category. This award, universally recognised as the UK’s highest accolade for business success, celebrates Sepura’s consistent achievements and the growth of its international business over the last three years.

21/04/2015Read in full

Victor Christou, CIC, with Greg Law, Undo Software

Undo Software 'turns back time' to find bugs that eat 50% of development time

Undo Software, producers of debugging tools that could save the industry $81bn a year by ‘turning back time’ to find the origins of software problems, has announced it has raised $2m in funding from Cambridge Innovation Capital (CIC), Cambridge Angels, Jaan Tallinn (co-founder of Skype) and Sir Peter Michael (founder of Classic FM), to accelerate its growth.

21/04/2015Read in full

Mike Derbyshire, Head of Planning, Bidwells

No political party has a coherent strategy to tackle the housing crisis, says Bidwells

Not one of the main political parties has produced a coherent strategy to tackle the housing crisis facing the UK, says Mike Derbyshire, Head of Planning at Bidwells.

21/04/2015Read in full

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Cambridge Index declines 2.6%

The Cambridge Index retreated 2.6% or 487.4 points to 18,490, as nine of the top ten index heavyweights posted weekly losses to their share prices.

21/04/2015Read in full

Tractor in field_Geoffrey Whiteway

Big Data in agriculture - why bother with a data strategy for your agri-business?

For the value of Big Data in agriculture to be realised, growers, farmers and data technologists must understand how, why and what data is of value to agricultural producers. Agri-Tech East's Big Data in Agriculture special interest group (SIG) meeting on Wednesday April 29th introduces the topic of big data, and the basic advantages and challenges of adopting and using the data effectively.

21/04/2015Read in full

Cambridge Intelligence team

Royal accolade as Cambridge Intelligence approaches fourth birthday

Cambridge Intelligence, a firm that is helping to solve some of the world’s most complex data visualisation challenges, has been honoured with a coveted Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Innovation.

21/04/2015Read in full

Project Odyssey smashes all expectations!

Project Odyssey smashes all expectations!

The first stage of Project Odyssey, the fundraising campaign for the Cambridge Centre for Computing History - launched on 10 March by museum patron Dr Hermann Hauser - is now finished, having raised £100,000! What’s more, as this figure was reached within 30 days, it will now be matched by Cambridge-based Red Gate Software, bringing the total amount to a staggering £200,000!

20/04/2015Read in full

Cathy Taylor of EY Cambridge

Energy bills top consumers’ worry list of household expenses, EY survey finds

Over a quarter of consumers across East Anglia say that their energy bill is the household expense they worry the most about being able to afford, according to the results of an EY survey published today.

21/04/2015Read in full

Leading employers back work experience for school students

As hundreds of young people look for work placements this summer, Angela Rushforth, Managing Director, Ridgeons Ltd and Chair of the CBI Eastern Regional Council, and Heidi Mulvey
, Head of Community Engagement at Cambridge University Press, explain why their companies welcome teenagers into their businesses.

21/04/2015Read in full

Collective Wisdom of Clever Teams

OE Cam publishes research into autonomous teams

OE Cam is pleased to announce the publication of its international research into Autonomous Teams (ATs), conducted in association with its European network of consultant partners. The research investigated the role of Autonomous Teams in today’s organisations – how important they are to success and what the challenges are to making greater autonomy work.

21/04/2015Read in full

Spin-out Pitch-off opportunity for products/services originating from university research

The Digital Catapult offers you a unique opportunity to see some of the UK’s top technology innovators pitch their product or service to an audience of investors, researchers, entrepreneurs and advisors, as part of the Digital Shoreditch festival.

21/04/2015Read in full

Syngenta to evaluate Vortik

Syngenta to evaluate Vortik

Product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants has signed a licensing agreement to evaluate its innovative Vortik spray technology with global agribusiness Syngenta.

21/04/2015Read in full

Making human-computer interaction for an era of more personal computing

Making human-computer interaction for an era of more personal computing

About 70 Microsoft researchers are travelling this week to ACM CHI 2015, the premiere conference on human-computer interaction, to present research results and tools that can do everything from create an interactive, 3D map of your neighborhood to simply deliver you better web search results.

21/04/2015Read in full

Citrix awarded 5-Star rating in CRN’s 2015 Partner Program Guide

Citrix recognised among best channel programs in the market.

21/04/2015Read in full

ANSYS earns 'Company of the Year' accolade at Engineering Simulation Awards

Acknowledging its outstanding financial performance and reputation for quality and innovation, The Engineering Simulation Show recognised ANSYS as 'Company of the Year' during its 2015 Engineering Simulation Awards, held in Derby, UK.

21/04/2015Read in full

The ZEISS Smartzoom 5 digital microscope

ZEISS Smartzoom 5 receives 2015 Red Dot Award for innovative product design

An international panel of experts bestows the seal of quality onto products featuring outstanding designs. The ZEISS Smartzoom 5 digital microscope has recently received the renowned Red Dot Award: Product Design 2015.

21/04/2015Read in full

Help for businesses to grow

Help for businesses to grow

Local people are being offered help to grow their businesses further, thanks to local accountants Knights Lowe and Signpost2Grow’s new Business Development Programme.

21/04/2015Read in full

Study shows increasing deployment of encryption

Thales, leader in critical information systems and cybersecurity, announces the publication of its latest 2015 Global Encryption and Key Management Trends Study.

21/04/2015Read in full

Over Gallery

Independent Cambridge - art for spring

In a regular series of articles on this site, the Cambridge Network joins with Independent Cambridge to celebrate the fantastic range of independent artisans, organisations, businesses and retailers we have on our doorstep. Read this week about a whole range of spring art exhibitions taking place at independents in and around the city.

21/04/2015Read in full

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