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Rare de Havilland DH9 aircraft to be rebuilt at IWM Duxford

From tomorrow (Wednesday 19 July*), visitors will have the opportunity to see Historic Aircraft Collection’s rare First World War Airco/de Havilland DH9 E-8894 aircraft being rebuilt at IWM Duxford.

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Cambridge Index adds 0.3%

The Cambridge Index rose 0.3% or 78.5 points to finish at 23,468.3, as Index heavyweights such as Johnson Matthey and Abcam recorded weekly gains.

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Degree Apprenticeships help to build a new generation of technology talent

Launching this September, Anglia Ruskin University’s new Degree Apprenticeship in Digital Technology Solutions represents a fantastic opportunity for businesses to enhance the skills of their talented, tech-savvy employees, or to attract and develop new talent.

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Three year Brexit transitional deal necessary, says KPMG

Commenting on the need for a Brexit transitional arrangement Karen Briggs, Head of Brexit at KPMG said: “To safeguard the British economy a transitional deal of at least three years is not just desirable but necessary.

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Community support for Addenbrooke’s is celebrated

Community support for Addenbrooke’s is celebrated

Over 40 fundraisers from across the region came together last week to join Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT) in celebrating their success at raising over £28,000 for Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie hospitals in the past three months.

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Crayfish founders Ting Zhang (L) and Dr Elizabeth Hill

Unique Cambridge online start-up helps UK businesses trade in Chinese

With the ever-changing international trade environment, trading with China is more important than ever. There is a real need for a single source of help for doing business with China that not only provides useful information, knowledge and insight, but also offers an efficient mechanism to get Chinese projects done affordably and to a good standard. Crayfish International, a new Cambridge-based company, addresses this need.

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'This is why I let my customers run my business'

Think businesses provide and consumers consume? Think again. In today’s world, your customers can be part of the whole journey.

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Brave challenged to walk on fire for EACH

Brave challenged to walk on fire in EACH fundraising first

A children’s charity is challenging the brave to walk on coals of up to 649C (1200F) in its latest adrenaline-fuelled fundraiser.

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Explore Independent Cambridge: Matthew Williams

Explore Independent Cambridge: Matthew Williams

With the help of Independent Cambridge - the definitive guide to ‘real’ Cambridge - Cambridge Network continues its weekly exploration of the best independent shops, cafés, people, restaurants, venues and events in Cambridge and the surrounding area. This week: Matthew Williams of Timber-Tech Construction Ltd.

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Lacklustre 2017 but stronger UK growth expected after next year – EY ITEM Club

UK growth will continue to struggle this year and next, as consumer spending feels the squeeze from rising inflation and muted earnings growth. However the economy’s medium term outlook is now looking stronger than it did three months ago, with the general election result increasing the likelihood of a more business friendly Brexit, says the latest EY ITEM Club Summer Forecast.

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Sphere Fluidics and partners win InnovateUK grant to develop the world’s first desktop genome

Sphere Fluidics Limited and its partners have just won a £1 million grant to develop a novel automated single cell genome engineering platform.

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Tame your computer - colour your calendar

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 explains how to change the colour of public holidays in your calendar (Microsoft Outlook).

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Cambridge Night Market returns to the city centre on Friday

Cambridge Night Market returns to the city centre on Friday

Following the success of the first event held in May, Cambridge BID is delighted to announce that a second Summer Night Market will take place this Friday (21st July), in association with Cambridge City Council.

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Big MoD Hercules contract boosts Marshall Aerospace group

Marshall's Aerospace and Defence Group has won a new Ministry of Defence (MoD) contract worth £110m, which will safeguard 330 jobs in Cambridge.

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Cambridge becomes global hub for improving care of head injured patients

A new research group focused on improving the care of patients with traumatic brain injury in low- and middle-income countries is to be established at the University of Cambridge. The University's Division of Neurosurgery and Addenbrooke’s Hospital has been funded with £1.78 million to establish the NIHR Global Health Research Group on Neurotrauma.

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Corporate Tax expert joins Birketts

Birketts, the top 100 law firm, has appointed John Kahn as an Associate to further strengthen its Corporate Tax offering.

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Panellists revealed for the Roar Festival Sporting Heroes event

Olympian Goldie Sayers will join stars of the motor racing world, Mark Blundell and Steve Parrish, and football legend Roy McFarland on the Cambridge Roar Festival Sporting Heroes Panel on 14 September at the Quy Mill Hotel and Spa.

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Green Custard supports software solution for global business service organisation

Cambridge-based software consultancy Green Custard has supported its client Rakuten Fits Me to help develop a workwear fitting solution for well-known brand Rentokil Initial.

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New KEEP+ programme open for SMEs to access funding and expertise

A £9.3million programme to unlock access to EU funding, University expertise and graduate talent is now available for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) across the East and South East of England.

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Book free event and meeting room space at Allia Future Business Centre throughout August 2017

To show off its inspiring buildings, Allia Future Business Centre is offering free event and meeting room space throughout the whole of August 2017, so for your next event or meeting choose a building that makes an impact.

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