A 19-year-old barber is shocked to be chosen out of more than 1,200 entrants as a national apprentice of the year, earning praise from the Education Secretary.
Elavon, a leading payments provider, today announces a partnership with Featurespace, a world leader in fraud prevention, to help tackle fraud attacks in real-time and simplify the online payments experience for consumers.
Plans to provide better walking, cycling and equestrian journeys between Cambridge and villages to the north-east of the city have gone out to public consultation.
Mayor James Palmer has given his full backing to a recommendation to fund and immediately start all the work necessary to build Soham Rail Station ahead of time. The Mayoral Combined Authority Board’s September 25 meeting will be asked to approve a final funding package and contract that will fast-track the work, significantly bringing forward...
There’s still time for businesses in Cambridge to join a litter pick organised by law firm Stone King LLP. The event takes place next Wednesday (September 25) from 4.30-5.30pm, with volunteers picking up litter on Parker’s Piece.
Redgate launches SQL Change Automation 4.0, extending its database change management automation tool to the free Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) development environment for the first time.
Cambridge has been named the eighth best place in the UK to set up a small business during the 2010s, according to a new study released by Informi.
How can your business help to end poverty? Do you want to develop your staff, raise your profile and engage with communities? Cambridge City Council is holding a free event on Wednesday 13th November to find out how businesses can help support people in Cambridge who are struggling financially.
Cofinitive is proud to support the Impact Women's Network's second annual "Intensifying Impact" Conference.
Speedwell’s eSystem exam software has been chosen by two new Medical Schools.
If you work in Higher Education, you'll know that student satisfaction is a top priority.
Today, Tech Nation, the UK’s leading network for ambitious tech entrepreneurs, has announced it is calling for applicants for three of the UK’s most renowned growth programmes - Future Fifty, Upscale, and Rising Stars.
Cambridge Network's Recruitment event last week (Thursday) attracted a host of quality candidates and was declared a huge success by exhibiting employer companies and job seekers alike.
ThoughtRiver, the market leader in intelligent legal pre-screening, has announced the appointment of Richard Cobb as vice-president of Sales, as part of the company’s continuing international growth. The Cambridge-based AI firm has experienced significant pick up across the UK, US, and APAC markets, and grown headcount across the business by...
Mologic Ltd, a leading developer of lateral flow and rapid diagnostic technologies, services and products, announced that it has finished recruitment to a major clinical trial with University College London Hospitals (UCLH) to evaluate the Company’s point-of-care (POC) diagnostic test for the early detection of sepsis.
AVEVA, a global leader in engineering and industrial software, today announced the introduction of integrated engineering software designed to help customers transform the way capital projects are engineered, executed and integrated into operations and maintenance.
Bango (AIM: BGO), the mobile commerce company, today announces its unaudited interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2019.
Cambridge Innovation Capital (CIC) takes part in Europe’s largest private financing round in the medical technology sector.
CMR Surgical Limited, the company developing, manufacturing and marketing the next-generation surgical robotic system, Versius®, today announces that it has raised £195 million ($240 million) to fully fund the global commercialisation of the business.
Philip Rycroft, the former head of the Department for Exiting the European Union (DExEU), has been appointed as a distinguished honorary researcher at the Bennett Institute for Public Policy and POLIS at the University of Cambridge.