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By Reeves Financial

All businesses are obliged to auto-enrol their employees in a pension scheme and to contribute to that scheme. But there are different pension options, for businesses with staff and for those running their own business on a self-employed basis, which can make navigating pensions difficult.

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By Chris Dunn of Chris Dunn Consulting

Everyone’s a consultant these days, or so it seems...

These officers, led by Pc Patrick Hopper, were quite innovative and came up with a uniform procurement idea that saved the organisation £9k this year and £18k next year.

Cambridge Network CEO John Gourd talks to Detective Inspector Tom Rowe of Cambridgeshire Constabulary

What is innovative policing? And how can the Cambridge business community support and sustain it?

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By Simon Hall

Great science on its own just isn't enough... history tells us you've got to have a story to tell to really make a mark.

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By Kelly Drewery at Talent Glue Business Psychology and Nathan Whitbread, The Neurodivergent Coach

Change can disrupt the coping strategies that enable a neurodivergent worker to do the things that many of us take for granted. These strategies are typically built up over a period of time and are very specific to their...

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By Granite 5

Cast your minds back to May last year, and amid the chaos that was starting to take hold thanks to the pandemic, Google also announced their new Core Web Vitals. These are a set of metrics related to speed, responsiveness, and visual stability, to help site owners measure the user experience of their site....

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By Thorbjorg Petursdottir of Team Consulting

How does bias occur within AI algorithms?

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By Jo Stansfield, Founder and Director of  Inclusioneering™

Insights gleaned from a Diversity and Inclusion Roundtable event bringing together recruitment and HR professionals from across the region.

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By Simon Hall

If you need an appealing, informative and effective website, but you're a start up, small business, sole trader, charity, or on a limited budget, here are 10 top tips for how to do it...

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By Dr Nik Johnson, Mayor of Cambridgeshire & Peterborough

The newly elected Mayor comments on his first week...

As well as the spike (S) protein which binds to human cells, there are other transmembrane proteins including the M class and the viroporin envelope protein (E) ion channel.

By Dr Marc Rogers, Chief Scientific Officer at Metrion Biosciences; an Ion Channel focused CRO.

The global pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) remains prevalent and a key target for novel medicines drug discovery.

John Gourd

 John Gourd, CEO, Cambridge Network

Becoming a trustee is a two-way street: you get to share your experience and expertise while developing yourself, your own network and your career.

Boardroom cartoon: 'Change can be ruf'

By Katherine Wiid of Career Ambitions

Who could have predicted the course of events that we’ve seen over the past 12 months? Some might say Bill Gates, or even The Simpsons! A global pandemic was certainly not factored into my plans. Was it factored into yours? Or has the pandemic prompted an unexpected level of change...

'Stories matter' written on old style typewriter

By Chris Dunn

If you’re in business, you’re also in the business of writing.

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By Lesley Fettes of Network Design

You don’t have to blog but you may find that it is a valuable tool to get your audience engaged in your brand, keep your company at the forefront of their minds and provide something useful to them.

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By Carlos Eriksson, Accessibility Lead Developer at Studio 24

In which we learn that autism isn’t what we think it is and how to design with people on the autistic spectrum.

The Cambridge Network team enjoys an online drinks party during lockdown

John Gourd, CEO, Cambridge Network

Reflections on a tumultuous year

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By eg technology's Head of Software, Stephen Starkie

In this, the second of a two-part series, Stephen  addresses some of the things you should think about for Digital Health products on your route to market...

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By eg technology's Head of Software, Stephen Starkie

Here we talk in depth about the company's journey to using Arm Mbed OS and the Pelion client in medical devices. There is a lot of technical detail here, which will...

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By Cambridge Network

At a time when there continues to be so many drains on our energy, deliberately drawing on our strengths can be a powerful way to re-energise us, re-build confidence and boost our resilience.  This is true both personally and professionally.