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Disruption: a never-ending dilemma

The new century is characterised by ‘continual disruption’ affecting not just single firms but entire ecosystems, says an article co-authored by Professor Shahzad Ansari of Cambridge Judge in a forthcoming special issue of the Journal of Management Studies.

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Jazz Festival brings funk and soul to Cambridge

The Brewin Dolphin Cambridge International Jazz Festival kicks off next Tuesday (13th November).

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Eva Westley

Studio 24 apprentice shortlisted for the DevelopHer Awards 2018

Studio 24’s apprentice Eva Westley has been shortlisted for the DevelopHer Awards.

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Nationwide boosts East of England housing causes by £500,000

Community housing projects and charities are being urged to put their case forward as Nationwide - the UK’s biggest building society - makes £500,000 available to help make a difference to communities across the East of England.

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Hospital cultural day puts spotlight on Brexit

A hospital will take time out during its annual ‘Cultural Diversity Celebration Day’ tomorrow (Friday 9 November) to also focus on Brexit.

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Go Glass Team

Go Glass goes from strength to strength

2018 just keeps getting better and better for Go Glass, celebrating its 40th anniversary with the opening of a new Glass Design Studio on Cherry Hinton Road in Cambridge.

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The global RFID industry according to IDTechEx: an $11 billion market in 2018

IDTechEx Research has just released its latest RFID report titled "RFID Forecasts, Players and Opportunities 2018-2028" which provides one of the most thorough and comprehensive industry assessments yet.

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Reports of obesity discrimination on the rise

A recent report by the World Obesity Foundation (WOF) revealed that 62% of adults surveyed have experienced discrimination at work on account of their weight.

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Jason High, EACH eBay Manager

Dartboard and dinner plates help EACH achieve second consecutive record-breaking month

A children’s charity is calling for more volunteers to help maintain its eBay shop after it enjoyed its best-ever months in September and October.

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Science is international, but what about scientific marketing?

Annette B from kdm talks this week about scientific marketing and how that translates all over the world. kdm is classed as an international marketing agency and can help you overcome these barriers.

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Top tips for recruiting seasonal temps

With the Christmas countdown well and truly on, read top tips from HR Dept on recruiting seasonal temps!

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CCTV footage released to bin bad driving

Two Councils have launched a safety campaign by releasing CCTV footage showing cars illegally driving along pavements to get around bin trucks as people try and collect residents’ bins.

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Jemma Chapman and a new Radixact machine

System is another first in Trust’s cancer fight

Addenbrooke’s Hospital, which became the first in the country to get an advanced new £1.9m machine to treat cancer patients, has this week taken delivery of another.

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EACH has a new wheelchair accessible vehicle

EACH receives keys to new wheelchair accessible vehicle courtesy of £19.7k grant

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) has a new wheelchair accessible vehicle thanks to a grant from the Evelyn Trust.

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Floating candles mark Diwali

Babel focuses on Diwali 2018 Festival of Lights

Diwali, the five-day Hindu festival of lights, is the most popular of all the festivals of South Asia. Although it is known predominantly as a Hindu festival, it is also celebrated by Jains, Sikhs and Newar Buddhists. Read Babel's blog and take its Diwali Quiz with your colleagues and friends.

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Isosceles partners with Incubyte to provide growth mentoring

Isosceles Cambridge has partnered with Incubyte to provide Incubyte companies with growth mentoring and finance and accounting support.

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Redgate Brisbane Team

Redgate Software chooses Brisbane over Sydney for new Australia base

Brisbane’s ongoing investment in digital innovation was endorsed with the announcement that the world’s leading Microsoft SQL Server tools vendor, Redgate Software, has opted to open its new Australia base in the city.

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staff using technology at the bedside

Sepsis success highlights Trust’s digital strengths

Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH) has, for the second year running, ranked internationally among elite healthcare organisations in a survey to recognise best practices through the adoption, implementation and use of information technology.

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Stone King's Robert Meakin

Law firm Stone King successfully represents Cambridge charity directed to change its name

Successful representation from Stone King means the Cambridge Islamic College can keep its name.

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efficiency record set for perovskite LEDs

New efficiency record set for perovskite LEDs

Researchers have set a new efficiency record for LEDs based on perovskite semiconductors, rivalling that of the best organic LEDs (OLEDs).

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