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KPMG launches Enterprise offering for small and medium businesses in Cambridge

KPMG has announced the launch of KPMG Enterprise, a new strategic investment totalling £40m which will see the firm expand its service offerings to the growing network of 4.9 million privately-owned businesses across the UK.

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Cambridge Index rises 4.3%

The Cambridge Index climbed 4.3% or 619.65 points to 14,893.9, as seven of the top ten index heavy-weights posted weekly gains.

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Councils consider options for regenerating area around proposed new railway station

A range of options for how the final major piece of brownfield land available in Cambridge could be regenerated has been published today (Monday 20 October).

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Virtual fitting room service Metail raises $12m of further funding

Virtual fitting room company Metail has announced the closing of a further $12m of funding, bringing the total investment in Metail to $20m since it was founded in 2008.

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Internet of Things: who will be the winners?

Raghu Das, CEO of IDTechEx, introduces the IDTechEx report Internet of Things (IoT): Business Opportunities 2015-2025.

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Global Alliance for Genomics and Health members meet to advance genomic data sharing

The Global Alliance for Genomics and Health convened its second major meeting of 2014 yesterday (Monday), bringing together more than 250 international leaders to collaborate on the development of innovative solutions to accelerate sharing of genomic and clinical data.

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Tecwyn Lee

Tecwyn hopes to put rivals to the sword

An Anglia Ruskin University student has been selected to represent Great Britain in the traditional Japanese martial art of Iaido.

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Sanger Institute researcher collaborates on story of love and flu

A radio drama about love and flu produced in collaboration with Professor Paul Kellam, a member of Faculty at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, starts on Radio 4 next Monday (27 October).

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Enhance your skills and build your career with new training

Did you know that Cambridge Network membership means you automatically have the right to book on to any of the Network's quality Learning Collaboration courses at any time? If you're thinking about doing some new training to enhance your skills and build your career, look into the variety of courses on offer next month...

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Breakfast networking at the Hauser Forum

Breakfast networking session explores wellbeing at work

Do you have an ‘always on’ culture? Is your work space under pressure? Find out the latest about what employers in Cambridge are doing around workplace wellbeing at Cambridge Network's Breakfast Networking event this Thursday (October 23rd).

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Wood, Wind & Reed

Independent Cambridge - a destination for woodwind and brass players

In a regular series of articles on this site, the Cambridge Network joins with Independent Cambridge to celebrate the fantastic range of independent retailers we have on our doorstep. Read this week about Wood, Wind & Reed.

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A new look for GSH by ABC Languages

Cambridge language school launches GSH – Group Study Holidays

This month sees the rebrand of Group Study Holidays by ABC Languages, a well-established family-owned and operated language school in the popular EFL destination of Cambridge. The relaunch of the school’s tailor-made group study holiday programme includes a new name, GSH, with an eye-catching new logo, video, and dedicated website.

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Conference examines Labour’s wilderness years

A one-day conference dedicated to the Labour Party in the 1980s will be held at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge on Saturday, 8 November.

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Tame your computer - hide that slide!

In her regular series for Cambridge Network members, software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she describes how to exclude hidden slides from being printed (Microsoft PowerPoint*)...

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Obi-Jon Kenobi

A complete joke

Communication coach Jon Torrens explains how to learn presentation writing from joke writing.

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How to build your coaching business - Association for Coaching event with Helen Tiffany

If you are a new coach or otherwise looking to build your coaching business, come along to a special session on Thursday 27th November 2014 at Wolfson Court, Cambridge.

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A14 Girton to Histon overnight closure

The Highways Agency has advised road users of a planned road closure tonight (Monday) as work on the scheme to improve the A14 between Girton and Histon progresses.

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Small businesses pitch for £2.5 million funding as SBRI Healthcare launches new competition

SBRI Healthcare, an NHS England funded initiative to develop innovative products that address unmet health needs, today launched the latest SBRI Healthcare competition which aims to accelerate development and NHS adoption of new technologies. In the second tranche of funding this year, a further £2.5 million is on offer to companies working in the priority healthcare areas; Brain Injury; Child and Adolescent Mental Health; Diabetic Foot Ulcers; Imaging; and Outpatient Services.

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Study of dad’s as well as mum’s roles in child development calls for soon-to-be new parents

The University of Cambridge’s pioneering Centre for Family Research is launching NewFAMS (the ‘New Fathers and Mothers Study’): the first psychological study to look at how both fathers and mothers influence the development of a child’s self-control or ‘executive functions’ – the key cognitive processes that help us control our thoughts and behaviour.

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David Ball Group

David Ball Group appoints KISS Public Relations

David Ball Group, a research-led company specialising in developing and manufacturing specialist products for the global construction and building industry, has appointed KISS PR to act as its communications agency.

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