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The search is on for EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year 2015

EY is pleased to announce the official launch of Entrepreneur Of The Year 2015, a programme considered the world's most prestigious business award that celebrates the region’s most dynamic entrepreneurs.

28/01/2015Read in full

'H is for Hawk' by Helen Macdonald is Costa Book of the Year

H is for Hawk by Cambridge academic Helen Macdonald has beaten bookies’ favourite, How to be both by Ali Smith, to win the title of 2014 Costa Book of the Year. H is for Hawk, part memoir and part nature book, is the author’s personal account of training a goshawk as a way of dealing with grief following her father’s death.

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Twilight at the Museums

Destination exploration: Twilight at the Museums 2015

Museums and collections across Cambridge are opening their doors after dark on Wednesday February 18 (4.30pm-8.30pm) for an evening of nocturnal fun and adventure. Thirteen venues are taking part with free drop-in and bookable events.

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Rapidox Gas Analyser Applications

Rapidox gas analysers designed for a variety of applications

Cambridge Sensotec has manufactured the Rapidox range of gas analysers for over 15 years. During this time, the instruments have been used in a wide range of industries for an array of applications.

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Shared, collaborative workspaces and the challenges of mobile, hand-held technologies

Shared, collaborative workspaces and the challenges of mobile, hand-held technologies

Mobile technology is revolutionising the way we do business, but what is the impact on our working environment and employees, and how do we manage these changes?

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Business Improvement Hub sees a positive future

Business Improvement Hub sees a positive future

The Business Improvement Hub, formed by Neil Shearer, CB1 Associates and Gail Norfolk, Homerton College Conference Centre, has a promising future after the first session had the right atmosphere, content and ethos.

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Exterior of The Officers' Mess Duxford

Revival is planned for the historic Officers’ Mess at IWM Duxford

South Cambs District Council has recently granted planning permission for change of use at The Officers’ Mess at IWM Duxford, from D1 to B1 (office). Mantle will be converting the impressive Grade II listed building into a high quality business centre, offering office space to small and medium companies.

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North West Cambridge local centre proposals approved

North West Cambridge local centre proposals approved

Proposals for the new market square and surrounding local centre facilities within the North West Cambridge Development have been approved by the local authorities.

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Riverbed SteelCentral helps ABB ensure peak performance of business critical applications

Riverbed provides visibility into a murky hybrid enterprise IT environment to slash troubleshooting time per week from 16 hours to one hour.

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‘Indirect’ learning is crucial to growth

‘Indirect’ learning is crucial to growth

Concern about a “brain drain” of executives from developing countries who work in mature markets is misplaced because such “indirect” learning abroad is critical to their companies’ growth in developed markets, finds research co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School.

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App Portal simplifies mobile application management and IT service catalog complexity

Flexera Software, the leading provider of next-generation software licensing, compliance and installation solutions for application producers and enterprises, announced the latest release of App Portal, its market-leading enterprise app store.

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Cambridge Dictionaries and Playlingo launch addictive English learning game

Cambridge Dictionaries and Playlingo have launched a free online game - ’Lingopolis’ - that turns learning English words into fast and addictive fun.

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Marshall LaunchPad Scholarship opening event a huge success

Marshall LaunchPad Scholarship opening event a huge success

The Marshall LaunchPad Scholarship Team would like to thank everybody who attended the programme's launch event last week.

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Cambridge Online has a new offering for entrepreneurs

When it's time to scale up or when the big exit sign nears, "cloud-powered" small enterprises have everything in place to keep running the business in the new context. Or...maybe not?

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Breakthrough and Cause4 partnership boosts social causes

Breakthrough and Cause4 partnership boosts social causes

Since the 2011 Breakthrough programme launch, Santander has proved its commitment time and again to supporting UK entrepreneurs with more than finance. This latest partnership with social enterprise Cause4 will promote social goals in UK entrepreneurship.

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Stuart Wilkinson

EY hires new partner to support Cambridge Tax growth

EY has appointed Stuart Wilkinson as a partner in Cambridge to help lead the Business Tax Advisory (BTA) practice, as the professional services firm continues to expand its practice in the region.

27/01/2015Read in full

Dr Geraldine Rodgers, former head of Cambridge Enterprise Seed Funds, dies

Dr Geraldine Rodgers, former head of Cambridge Enterprise Seed Funds, dies

Dr Geraldine Rodgers, an early, driving force of University investment support for spin-out companies, has died from lung cancer. She was 66.

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ANSYS unveils release 16.0

From simulating the interactions between software and hardware that fuel the Internet of Things to better understanding the full spectrum of advanced structural materials, the newly released ANSYS® (NASDAQ: ANSS) 16.0 offers advanced functionality enabling engineers to rapidly innovate new products.

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Marshall announces its first Fixed Base Operation (FBO) at Birmingham Airport

Marshall Aviation Services, the business aviation-focused arm of the Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group, announced today it is widening its expertise into the FBO arena. It has secured the executive aviation handling facility (FBO) at Birmingham Airport and will formally open for business under the Marshall Aviation Services name within the next few months.

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Study shows health impact of financial crisis in Greece

New research by an Anglia Ruskin economist, which surveyed over 21,000 citizens in Greece, shows the severe impact the financial crisis has had on people’s health and mental well-being.

27/01/2015Read in full

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