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Kate Atkin

Success: what lies behind the mask?

Do you put your career or success down to luck or timing? Have you ever felt a nagging doubt that one day people will find you out and call your bluff? The imposter syndrome, experienced by 70% of people at some point in their lives, is explored by inspirational speaker, training consultant and coach Kate Atkin at a Cambridge Network breakfast event next week.

21/03/2017Read in full

Event reveals 'The Secrets of Scaling your Business'

Cambridge Cleantech, along with Huntingdonshire District Council, is organising a breakfast event for fast growing companies in the region. It takes place on Tuesday 28th March at The Club, Alconbury Enterprise Campus.

21/03/2017Read in full

Consumer spending growth is set for a four-year low, with lower earners hit hardest, says EY

After enjoying ‘boom’ conditions last year, consumer spending growth is expected to fall to a four-year low in 2017, according to the EY ITEM Club’s special report on consumer spending.

21/03/2017Read in full

Arrowood book cover

Psychologist unveils his working-class Sherlock

“1895: London Society takes its problems to Sherlock Holmes. Everyone else goes to Arrowood.” That’s the intriguing concept of the debut novel Arrowood, written by Anglia Ruskin University academic Dr Mick Finlay and published by HarperCollins/HQ this Thursday (23 March).

21/03/2017Read in full

The price isn’t right - study explores special offers

The price isn’t right - study explores special offers

Offers by retailers to ‘beat the price’ of rivals, while costly, are no more effective than ‘price-matching’ offers, says a new academic study.

21/03/2017Read in full

Paul Willmott. (Katie Wilderspin, Fly on The Wall photography)

Bidwells further boosts planning team with appointment of Paul Willmott OBE

Paul Willmott OBE, Senior Director in CBRE’s London Planning Team, is joining leading property consultancy Bidwells as Head of Planning in Cambridge.

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Topping out ceremony takes place at new Science Centre

Topping out ceremony takes place at new Science Centre

Anglia Ruskin University staff and representatives from main contractors Morgan Sindall have celebrated the topping out of a new £45million Science Centre in Cambridge which will enable more science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) students to benefit from state-of-the-art facilities.

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Best building designs and considerate contractors honoured at awards ceremony

Cambridge’s best new construction projects, and the companies that have worked to minimise the impact of their building developments, were among those honoured at an awards ceremony last week.

21/03/2017Read in full

B2B Strategies

Basic strategies to improve your B2B marketing

B2B marketers are flooded with new ideas and techniques that claim to lead to great conversion rates. A good marketer must analyse and vet these techniques to make sure they are legit and will have the most bang for their buck.

21/03/2017Read in full

Tinnocologo

Guide to creating a successful startup

Tinnoco offers a three part guide to the most important things you need to help guarantee success for your start-up. They may not be the three things you think of!

20/03/2017Read in full

Inter-ACE competition 2017

Imperial College London students crowned UK’s most talented in cyber security

Students from Imperial College London have been declared the most talented university pupils in the UK for their cyber skills after beating competition from 11 other top universities, which have been designated as Academic Centres of Excellence in Cyber Security Research, at the Inter-ACE competition.

20/03/2017Read in full

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Tame your computer - jump to it

In her regular series for Cambridge Network members, software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she describes how to reopen recently closed tabs (Chrome, Internet Explorer and Firefox)...

20/03/2017Read in full

The Queen Edith

Explore Independent Cambridge: The Queen Edith

With the help of Independent Cambridge - the definitive guide to ‘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: The Queen Edith, a Milton Brewery pub.

20/03/2017Read in full

awards honour outstanding employers and apprentices

Apprenticeship awards honour outstanding employers and apprentices

The achievements of employers and apprentices across the region were celebrated at an awards night held in their honour by Cambridge Regional College.

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One Stop Language Solutions translates official documents

Brexit boosts translation business

The UK's decision to leave the European Union is having an unexpected effect on business at leading interpreting and translating company One Stop Language Solutions.

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Summary of material use among e-textile players in 2017

IDTechEx report explores the market for e-textiles

As competition heats up, can e-textiles take the next step towards the mass market? asks the latest IDTechEx report.

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New shared planning service for Greater Cambridge moves a step closer

The establishment of a shared planning service between Cambridge City Council and South Cambridgeshire District Council – which would be one of the largest district council planning teams in the country – has moved a big step closer with the publication of a joint report.

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KPMG launches ‘IT’s her future’ scheme to boost female tech talent

KPMG has launched a new initiative aimed at encouraging more women to consider a career in tech. The scheme, named ‘IT’s her future’*, kicks off with the release of a new report, titled Meet the Millennials, outlining the five priorities for any firm looking to attract, engage and retain female talent in tech roles.

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Oarsome foursome seek corporate sponsors

Oarsome foursome seek corporate sponsors for charity Indian Ocean Row

Four amazing guys are rowing 3,600 nautical miles - unassisted - across the Indian Ocean to raise awareness and much-needed funds for Young Onset Parkinson's Disease. Less than 50 people in the world have been successful and they're hoping to cross in record time.

20/03/2017Read in full

Ray Anderson, Bango CEO and co-founder

Bango CEO Ray Anderson appointed to MEF Global Board

Ray Anderson, Bango CEO and co-founder, has been elected to the Global Board of the Mobile Ecosystem Forum (MEF). MEF is the global trade body whose goal is to accelerate the growth of a sustainable and inclusive mobile ecosystem.

20/03/2017Read in full

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