Sarah Austin, Independent Financial Adviser from Cambridge based Martin-Redman Partners, talks through things to consider when deciding whether to combine several pension plans, or not.
The University of Cambridge has launched its seventh Enterprise Fund, managed by university spinout fund manager Parkwalk in conjunction with Cambridge Enterprise, the University's Technology Transfer Office.
Illumine Ltd is offering an exceptional 30% discount off its public Professional Business Writing course on 11-12 March 2020, for bookings made before 21st February.
People in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are being urged to show their support for £100K Homes via a new website for the innovative scheme which makes one-bedroom properties available to buy for £100,000.
The ‘Cambridge Sustainable Tourism Conference (CSTC) 2020’ returns on 26th February, after the enormous success of the 2019 conference. The organisers, Cambridge China Centre, have announced special precautionary measures in light of the outbreak of Coronavirus in China and elsewhere.
Frontier IP, a specialist in commercialising university intellectual property, announces that portfolio company Cambridge Raman Imaging Limited has been awarded €140,000 by the European Union's Graphene Flagship to accelerate development of its innovative graphene-enabled scanning Raman microscope.
Graphene has long been heralded as the wonder material, with much press around its discovery in 2004. It was going to be used to for everything – not least faster electronics and graphene touchscreens. So, is it living up to expectations?
Endomag, the market leader for seed localisation in Europe, has received an extended indication for the long-term use of its Magseed® magnetic marker in any soft tissue.
Leading scientists at the forefront of neuroscience discuss the latest research into hallucinations, dementia, autism, OCD and eating disorders as part of a series of events examining the brain at this year’s Cambridge Science Festival.
The first detailed cell atlas of the immune cells and gut bacteria within the human colon has been created by researchers. The study from the Wellcome Sanger Institute and collaborators revealed different immune niches, showing changes in the bacterial microbiome and immune cells throughout the colon.
Research into the trajectories of hundreds of free-falling paper shapes can help inform the design of bio-inspired robotics that mimic nature.
Pure, the professional recruitment company for the East of England, has worked with Birketts LLP and accountancy firm PEM to deliver a series of business breakfasts designed to help demystify the potentially imminent IR35 changes to ‘off-payroll’ workers in the...
Cambridge-based web design and development agency, Onespacemedia, has launched a new website for Marshall Centre, part of Marshall of Cambridge (Holdings) Ltd, to showcase its training offering for apprenticeships, professionals and companies.
Could your working environment be holding your employees back from reaching their full potential? Yes, says Katherine Wiid, Recruitment and Retention Coach at Recrion.
Delegates are encouraged to help create a gender equal world to celebrate International Women’s Day at Peterborough Cathedral on Friday 6 March. This annual, prestigious event in the Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce calendar is expected to be another sell out, with over 150 business people in attendance.
EL AL Israel Airlines is to return to London Stansted when the carrier launches a new five-times a week service to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport.
With the help of Indie Cambridge - the community of ‘real’ Cambridge - Cambridge Network continues its weekly exploration of the best independent shops, cafés, restaurants, people, businesses, venues and events in Cambridge and the surrounding area. This week: Burwash Larder.
How UK businesses and researchers can continue to access Horizon 2020 funding even after Brexit (31 January 2020).
Looking for the magic words to boost sales and win market share? Sookio's answer is simple. Steal them.
In her regular series for Cambridge Network members - now in its 15th year! - software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she describes how to speed up navigation in a large workbook using named ranges (Microsoft Excel).