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Fieldworkers at CBM partner PROMHANDICAM, Cameroon, cross their hands to form an X. This symbolises fighting Coronavirus by following WHO hygiene recommendations

Overseas disability charity CBM, based in Cambridge, is launching an emergency appeal to protect the most vulnerable people during the coronavirus crisis.


 

10-04-2020
Heidi Jones

Top 100 law firm, Birketts, has advised the co-founders of leading tech PR agency Dynamo Communications Limited on its sale to pioneering global communications firm Clarity London Ltd (Clarity), for an undisclosed sum.

09-04-2020
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The business closure restrictions introduced by the Government has significantly impacted the retail and hospitality sector. Luckily for some businesses, a recent temporary extension of the General Permitted Development Order 2015 (GPDO) now allows restaurants, cafes, pubs and bars to provide a takeaway service. Brendon Lee of Hewitsons...

09-04-2020
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Join Richard Stokes, Consultant and Trainer at Anthias Consulting for the virtual classroom Absolute Basics of GC & GC-MS training course on 15th - 16th April.

09-04-2020
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Benjamin Sear, Managing Director of Independent Financial Advice firm Martin-Redman Partners, takes a look back on the markets over the past quarter, and how those holding diversified investments in their pensions and other investment plans have fared.

09-04-2020
Richard Noble

Given recent developments surrounding the temporary occupation of premises during the coronavirus crisis, Richard Noble of Mills & Reeve outlines some of the questions you may encounter.

09-04-2020

In response to COVID-19, Cambridge NHS wants to ensure that it has extra supplies of PPE and other equipment for its hospitals and primary care providers, in case these are needed.

09-04-2020

The British Chambers of Commerce Coronavirus Business Impacts Tracker (CBIT) is the UK's largest independent business survey tracking economic conditions on a weekly basis.

09-04-2020
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If you want to learn how to write a book, a tale of these troubled times, or your life story, as well as socialise and safeguard your sanity in the coronavirus crisis, a new series of free webinars can help.

09-04-2020

Cambridge City Council has begun issuing the grants provided for smaller businesses within the expanded retail, hospitality and leisure sectors.

09-04-2020

The CBI has urged businesses in region to join the ‘battle’ to produce protective equipment for the NHS and front-line workers. The organisation have organised a webinar for companies and CBI Regional Director Richard Tunnicliffe has urged all those interested to sign up.

09-04-2020
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Whatever the stage and state of your business, Cambridge Network is aiming to help you navigate the maze of issues that are having an impact – from immigration to account management, employee benefits to managing and leading change. Its series of free webinars, continuing throughout this month, tackle all these subjects, with experts from...

09-04-2020
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Johnson Matthey, a leader in sustainable technologies, is preparing to open its battery materials application centre at the science and technology park in Milton Park, Oxfordshire. The plan is to open this centre later this year and, once open, this will be an important site where JM can continue to develop next generation battery materials....

09-04-2020
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Anglia Ruskin University’s expertise and equipment is assisting the national effort to tackle COVID-19.

09-04-2020
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One of Cambridge’s newest institutes, established to study the relationship between infectious disease and our immune systems, is leading the University of Cambridge’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, with over 150 scientists and clinicians, the UK’s largest academic Containment Level 3 Facility, and a range of collaborators from across the...

09-04-2020
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An online tool to illustrate the effects of different COVID-19 control measures has been developed by a team of University of Cambridge researchers.

09-04-2020
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A team of a dozen faculty and PhD students at Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS) is working with Public Health England and the NHS in the East of England on several projects relating to responding to the coronavirus response.

09-04-2020
Carol Cheung

Cambridge Innovation Capital (CIC), the venture capital investor enabling visionaries to build global, category-leading companies in the Cambridge ecosystem, is delighted to announce that Carol Cheung has been promoted to Principal within the CIC investment team.

09-04-2020
Luciana Scrofani Green, founder of One Stop Language Solutions (OSLS)

With physical meetings prohibited to stop the spread of Covid-19, online meetings are becoming the norm. But what happens when there are still language barriers to overcome?

08-04-2020
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At an early stage in the crisis, the Government reassured tenants that it would bring in emergency legislation to prevent landlords from starting possession proceedings for at least a three month period. Rachel Sims of Hewitsons reports.

08-04-2020

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