Business Weekly is an independently owned newspaper founded in May 1990 to fill a void in the B2B media marketplace.
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Hermann Hauser, an investor in Business Weekly from the outset, says that before Business Weekly’s arrival Cambridge was a disparate business community lacking focus and thrust. Circulating to thousands of senior executives across the East of England in print, and millions worldwide through its website and online epaper, Business Weekly is also an industry innovator. It launched the region’s first business awards in 1990. Business Weekly was among the first specialist B2B media to harness the – then still infant – internet in 1997; among the first regional media to launch an interactive Epaper online through partners in India; and among the first to trial download to mobile.
Executives attending the Business Weekly Awards presentation dinner in Cambridge on Wednesday (March 21) have the chance to win return flights for two people from Stansted to North America on new services being launched by Primera Air.
20 March 2018Read in full
At the third time of asking, software group AVEVA and French business Schneider Electric have agreed a deal that will create a technology powerhouse in Cambridge worth around £3 billion employing some 3,500 people, reports Business Weekly.
6 September 2017Read in full
Cambridge’s greatest ever technology business – chip architect ARM Holdings – is reportedly being sold to the Japanese for $31 billion (£23.4bn) – the largest deal in the UK cluster’s history by some distance and the biggest in European technology annals, writes Tony Quested of Business Weekly.
18 July 2016Read in full
Raspberry Pi Foundation, the Cambridge-based inspiration behind the eponymous micro computer, has been invited to join Silicon Valley Comes to the UK’s 2015 Scale Up Club, reports Business Weekly
6 November 2015Read in full
Cambridge has done brilliantly at scaling up businesses and has gained a reputation for a disproportionate level of success, writes Claire Ruskin, CEO of Cambridge Network.
4 August 2015Read in full
The technology corridor that runs from Peterborough through Cambridge and Stansted to London beats Singapore for investment in hi-tech and Boston, US for new jobs – but lack of transport investment could derail its success, business leaders have warned, reports Business Weekly.
18 June 2015Read in full