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Courses help you manage both projects and people

Being responsible for project delivery is a challenge and usually involves dealing with people at all levels. Two courses coming up next month from Cambridge Network's Learning Collaboration will help you develop the skills you need to cope with both these things.

23/04/2018Read in full

Explore Independent Cambridge: Outspoken! Delivery

Explore Independent Cambridge: Outspoken! Delivery

With the help of Independent Cambridge - the community of ‘real’ Cambridge - Cambridge Network continues its weekly exploration of the best independent shops, cafés, restaurants, venues and events in Cambridge and the surrounding area. This week: Outspoken! Delivery.

23/04/2018Read in full

Hewitsons reappointed to Homes England Legal Services Framework

Law firm Hewitsons has been reappointed to the Homes England Legal Services Framework agreement, following a highly competitive tender process.

23/04/2018Read in full

Marmalade

Insurance company CEO pays tribute to the transformational Mobas effect

The CEO of insurance company Marmalade has paid tribute to his relationship with Mobas – outlining the transformational impact the agency has had on the business. In a recently commissioned video interview, Crispin Moger says that Mobas continues to play an influential role in the company’s strategy to empower, and act as the champion for young drivers.

23/04/2018Read in full

Mobas staff

Promotions, new roles and fresh talent fuel agency progress

People are the lifeblood of any business, and in a creative agency the right mix of talent, experience and career progression is vital. Mobas' repositioning as The Brand Transformation Agency at the turn of the year heralded a wave of new client wins, additional projects and fresh creative challenges – and it has responded with a string of staff changes to maintain the momentum.

23/04/2018Read in full

Dr Marko Hyvönen, Director and co-founder, Qkine

Qkine backed by Cambridge Enterprise and a quintet of angels

University of Cambridge spin-out Qkine has closed its seed investment round supported by Cambridge Enterprise, the commercialisation arm of the University, and a team of five angels led by Jim Warwick. The amount is undisclosed.

23/04/2018Read in full

Delete by Jon Torrens

Email: a lazy and dangerous choice

Email is wonderfully convenient, but at what cost? In this very short piece (he loves to make a point), Communication Coach Jon Torrens tells you how to use it properly.

23/04/2018Read in full

UK economic growth stable but sluggish, says EY ITEM Club

EY ITEM Club expects GDP growth of 1.6% in 2018, with the UK economy steady but uninspiring despite some improved conditions.

23/04/2018Read in full

Lycotec quest to target the deadliest of crystals

Lycotec Ltd, a biotech company based in Cambridge UK, is raising funds to undertake a phase II clinical trial which would target cholesterol crystals.

23/04/2018Read in full

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Cambridge joins collaborative project to strengthen the Internet of Things

The Institute for Manufacturing (IfM), part of the University of Cambridge Department of Engineering, has been selected to help enhance the Internet of Things (IoT) as part of a new collaborative project.

23/04/2018Read in full

credit: Nick Rutter / Pint of Science

Cambridge engineering research served up at Pint of Science festival

What is the nanoscale and just how will we be interacting with computer interfaces in the future? Cambridge engineers will discuss these topics at the upcoming Pint of Science festival.

23/04/2018Read in full

job hunting

How can I boost my job application?

If you’re job hunting you will know how difficult it is to stand out, especially when you’re applying for roles in a competitive industry.

23/04/2018Read in full

Darktrace wins Queen’s Award for Enterprise

Darktrace wins Queen’s Award for Enterprise: International Trade

Darktrace, the world’s leading AI company for cyber defence, has today announced that it is one of a select number of businesses to win the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: International Trade. This prestigious accolade was awarded to Darktrace in recognition of its outstanding growth in overseas sales.

21/04/2018Read in full

Queen's Awards bowl

'Best of British' enterprise celebrated on Her Majesty the Queen's birthday

An impressive clutch of Cambridge companies - most of them Cambridge Network members - received prestigious Queen’s Awards for Enterprise on 21 April as Her Majesty celebrated her 92nd birthday.

21/04/2018Read in full

Royal award for Zettlex

Royal award for Zettlex

Cambridge sensors company, Zettlex, is celebrating a second Queen’s Award for Enterprise.

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Real-time machine learning solution recognised by UK’s most prestigious business awards

Featurespace is awarded a Queen's Award for Enterprise: Innovation - another accolade in a string of awards this year.

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CambridgeIC team receive their award in 2016

Second Queen’s Award for CambridgeIC

Specialist sensor and chip developer CambridgeIC has won a second Queen’s Award for International Trade.

21/04/2018Read in full

Eric Mayes, CEO at Endomag

British breast cancer company, Endomag, wins Queen’s Award

Endomag, the surgical guidance company, today announced it has received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation for 2018. The Award recognises the Company’s efforts in developing novel surgical tools for more accurate removal of breast cancer.

21/04/2018Read in full

GIS wins Queen's Award for international trade

GIS wins Second Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade

GIS, the leading technology provider to OEMs and system builders in the inkjet industry worldwide, has been awarded the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2018 for International Trade, in recognition of the company’s outstanding growth in overseas markets from 2015 to 2017.

21/04/2018Read in full

L-R: Lauren Coote, Emily Ray and Fiona Smith

Hewitsons appoints first all-female group of former trainees

Four newly-qualified solicitors have embarked on a legal career with Hewitsons, with another to follow – all of them women, marking a first for the law firm.

20/04/2018Read in full

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