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230419_ Cambridge & FTSE AIM 100 Index Movement

Cambridge Index climbs 1.3%

The Cambridge Index advanced 340.4 points or 1.3% to close at 25572.9, as eight of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly gains to their share prices.

24/04/2019Read in full

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GCP publishes reports on Waterbeach, Comberton, and Fulbourn Greenway consultations

The Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) has reported on its Greenways project, which last year set out to consult with the public on proposals for new and improved cycle, walking and equestrian routes from Waterbeach, Fulbourn and Comberton into Cambridge.

24/04/2019Read in full

Cambridge scores top marks with international event organisers

Cambridge scores top marks with international event organisers

A party of international event organisers – from the US, Canada and Russia – were bowled over by the inspirational venues in Cambridge and the region which they were shown during a recent three-day visit.

24/04/2019Read in full

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Stocks in Focus: Unilever

This week Laura Davies of NW Brown looks at Unilever, the Anglo-Dutch global consumer goods company, following its recent trading update for the first quarter of 2019.

24/04/2019Read in full

Helen Drayton, corporate partner at Penningtons Manches.

Penningtons Manches advises on sale of Chemtest Group

Penningtons Manches’ corporate team has advised the shareholders of Newmarket-based Chemtest on its acquisition by Eurofins Scientific, the world’s largest group of laboratories.

24/04/2019Read in full

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Cambridge AI expert to speak at Hay Festival 2019

What are the implications of machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) for society? This is just one of the many topics up for discussion at Hay Festival 2019 next month.

24/04/2019Read in full

What is a Sales Funnel Article

Growth Architects: What is a sales funnel?

Every business sells. Market stall holders, specialist consultants, government agencies, artists and even venture capitalists. They all sell - every single day. It’s the most important aspect of any business because if you’re not selling, you’re not running a business. Or you are; you just won’t be for long.

In this article, we’ll be exploring what a sales process should include, how to measure its effectiveness and importantly - how to improve it to generate better results.

23/04/2019Read in full

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Meteor Inkjet wins Queen's Award for Enterprise

Meteor Inkjet, a leading independent supplier of industrial inkjet electronics, software, tools and services has been honored with a Queen's Award for Enterprise.

23/04/2019Read in full

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Maria’s debut picture book makes award shortlist

Anglia Ruskin University graduate is in the running for CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal

23/04/2019Read in full

Jean-Claude Bonnetto and Eric Garnier Peritest

Wentworth Laboratories appoints new representative for France

Wentworth Laboratories, a leading manufacturer of wafer probers and probe cards for backend test solutions, is delighted to have appointed Peritest, a well-established supplier to the semiconductor industry, as its exclusive representative for France.

23/04/2019Read in full

SME Cambs Business Awards 2019

Onespacemedia makes shortlist at SME Cambs Business Awards 2019

Web design and branding agency, Onespacemedia, is proud to have made the shortlist at the SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards 2019 in two categories for the second consecutive year.

23/04/2019Read in full

CIC co-founds Start Codon to deliver life science business acceleration programme

Cambridge Innovation Capital plc (CIC), the venture capital investor focused on intellectual property rich technology and life science businesses in the Cambridge ecosystem, announces the launch of Start Codon, a new strategic initiative aimed at driving the translation of world-class research into commercially successful companies, in which it is a founding investor.

23/04/2019Read in full

Clare Russell PhD and Paul Avery PhD

BioStrata receives Queen’s Award for Enterprise

BioStrata is proud to confirm that Her Majesty The Queen has approved the Prime Minister's recommendation that the company should receive a Queen's Award for Enterprise: International Trade.

23/04/2019Read in full

Cambridge businesses honoured by Her Majesty the Queen

Several Cambridge businesses have again triumphed in this year’s prestigious Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, announced to mark Her Majesty The Queen’s 93rd birthday today.

23/04/2019Read in full

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Discovery of genetic variants could lead to new weight loss medicines

Around four million people in the UK carry genetic variants that protect them from obesity, type 2 diabetes and heart disease, according to a new paper co-authored by MRC researchers. The team say the discovery could lead to the development of new drugs that help people lose weight.

23/04/2019Read in full

Speechmatics recognised with prestigious Queen's Award

Speechmatics, the Cambridge-based leaders in Machine Learning and Automatic Speech Recognition, can today announce that it has been recognised for outstanding achievement in business by winning a coveted Queen’s Award for Enterprise. Its Automatic Linguist is a 2019 winner in the prestigious Innovation Category.

23/04/2019Read in full

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Cambridge engineer supports next steps in lunar exploration

Cambridge engineer and Canadian astronaut Dr Jenni Sidey-Gibbons will join colleagues at the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) in a project that will see humans return to the Moon.

23/04/2019Read in full

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'How safe is my pension provider?'

A worthwhile question, of course, and one that Mattioli Woods is keen to help its clients answer. Wealth Management Director Alex Brown explains more...

23/04/2019Read in full

The sweet spot

Do you need help finding inspiration? If so, there's a sweet spot in everyone's life which can offer a hand, writes Communications Consultant Simon Hall...

21/04/2019Read in full

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Green material for cooling identified; Cambridge Enterprise to commercialise

Researchers from the UK and Spain have identified an eco-friendly solid that could replace the inefficient and polluting fluids used in most refrigerators and air conditioners.

19/04/2019Read in full

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