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Ashtons' Lifetime Planning Team

Ashtons launches Wills Year initiative

Regional law firm Ashtons Legal have this month launched their Wills Year initiative where a donation for each Will completed in an entire year will be donated to local charities.

26/07/2018Read in full

Working mothers: we become experts in separation

Working mothers: we become experts in separation

KISS Account Director Sue Cartwright on how motherhood has made her a better employee.

26/07/2018Read in full

The value of marketing qualifications & training courses

The value of marketing qualifications & training courses

Only 38% of marketing professionals get training courses paid for by their employer as a benefit; yet our recent Marketing Salary Survey results found that marketers rank training (paid courses) as the third most important benefit to them.

26/07/2018Read in full

Saudi Aramco visit TWI and NSIRC

Saudi Aramco visits NSIRC and TWI

Mr Saad Qahtani, Saudi Aramco Manager of Specialty and Intermediate Chemicals, visited NSIRC and TWI on Tuesday 17 July. The visit marks another important milestone within the establishment of the multi-stakeholder NIC (Non-Metallic Innovation Centre), as the world-renowned oil and gas company Aramco Technologies progresses with the agreements signed in the charter with TWI Ltd.

26/07/2018Read in full

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Qi3 Ventures Investee Honest Grapes wins Independent 'Best Online Wine Shop' award

Wine club Honest Grapes has been awarded the Independent's IndyBest Best Buy online wine shop, beating traditional wine merchants with its' innovative blend of a fun, easy to use web site and personal service offered to its Premier Crew club members.

26/07/2018Read in full

CBI Director-General Carolyn Fairbairn

It's not perfect, but business can work with this

CBI Director-General Carolyn Fairbairn on the Chequers plan – and what needs to happen next

26/07/2018Read in full

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Cambridge is one of UK’s top cities to work in 2018

London is internationally renowned as a business centre, particularly for financial services, the creative industry and its appeal to technology firms. However new research reveals that Oxford, Cambridge, and Milton Keynes are on track to becoming the UK’s most innovative and entrepreneurial cities, according to Bidwells.

26/07/2018Read in full

Obtaining consent for references

Obtaining consent for references

References should not be sought without the prospective employee’s express permission.

26/07/2018Read in full

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The MERIT of working with microalgae

Algenuity, based in Stewartby, Bedfordshire, is celebrating the successful launch of the MicroalgaE as Renewable Innovative green cell facTories project, MERIT, a three-year ERA CoBioTech project financed under the Horizon 2020 programme.

25/07/2018Read in full

Shelly Thake, CEO Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust

New Chief Executive for Addenbrooke's Charity

The Trustees of Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT) - the charity dedicated to supporting innovation in patient care across Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which runs Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie hospitals - are pleased to announce the appointment of Shelly Thake as Chief Executive of the charity with immediate effect.

25/07/2018Read in full

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Stone King service supports pre-Brexit buyers and sellers in France

In the run up to Brexit, this summer Cambridge-based law firm Stone King launched a service to support clients from start to finish in the sale or purchase of property in France.

25/07/2018Read in full

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Kleinwort Hambros outlines its investment principles

Mouhammed Choukeir, Chief Investment Officer at Kleinwort Hambros, outlines the firm's investment philosophy, VaMoS, and picks apart the key tenets of this approach: Valuation, Momentum, Sentiment.

25/07/2018Read in full

Computational chemistry news from Cresset July 2018

Computational chemistry news from Cresset July 2018

Launch of Cresset Python extensions for Flare

25/07/2018Read in full

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Statutory minimum auto-enrolment pension increases: April 2019

Mandatory minimum contribution increases took place on 6 April 2018 and a further rise will take place on 6 April 2019.

25/07/2018Read in full

EY's Mandi Dosanjh

EY appoints Mandi Dosanjh as it grows its Luton and East of England business

EY has appointed Mandi Dosanjh as Assurance Associate Partner to expand the firm’s mid-market offering in the East, based in the Luton office.

25/07/2018Read in full

Stocks in Focus: GlaxoSmithKline

Stocks in Focus: GlaxoSmithKline

This week Neil Trickett of NW Brown focuses on GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), the UK based global pharmaceuticals business.

25/07/2018Read in full

Responding to allegations of gross misconduct

Responding to allegations of gross misconduct

Dismissal following a serious offence is usually as a result of gross misconduct. Examples of gross misconduct include theft, assault, fraud and violence. Gross misconduct can lead to summary dismissal – which means dismissal without notice and without working through a series of disciplinary warnings.

25/07/2018Read in full

Brand new e-learning course launched by IT Governance

Brand new e-learning course launched by IT Governance

Staff misuse – usually through unawareness – of the ‘cc’ and bcc’ options when emailing can lead to a six-figure fine and significant reputation damage. Training fixes unawareness. The new Human Patch e-learning course, ‘Misuse of Cc and Bcc when emailing’, is now available for pre-order from industry expert IT Governance.

25/07/2018Read in full

VNC Automotive launches as an independent company

RealVNC, the original developer of VNC remote access and support software, has announced that its VNC Automotive division has been launched as an independent company through a management buyout agreement.

24/07/2018Read in full

Local MP 'delighted' that Cambridge Magistrates’ Court will remain open after campaign

Daniel Zeichner, MP for Cambridge, has today said he is “delighted“ by the Ministerial announcement that Cambridge Magistrates' Court will remain open after the Ministry of Justice withdrew the proposal to close the court stating that “the value-for-money case for closure has not been made“. This comes after a six-month consultation process, which was proposing for the city court to be closed as part of a wider reform programme to make efficiency savings in the service.

24/07/2018Read in full

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