Cambridge Network's Caf Networking event this evening (Tuesday, 17 July) is dedicated to 'breaking in to new markets'.
A new e-government service has been a huge hit with the public in Japan, say experts.
Peter Dawe has resigned from the board of the East of England Development Agency in protest against the re-appointment of chairman, Vincent Watts.
Entrepreneurship in Cambridge remains undaunted by sentimental fall-out in the tech sector.
PA Consulting is suing Arthur D Little, US parent of Cambridge Consultants, over aborted merger talks earlier this year.
The introduction of a direct scheduled service to the United States has given Stansted Airport a big boost, figures have revealed.
Tech and telecom stocks surged on the London market yesterday (Thurs) as investors digested good news from the other side of the Atlantic.
Anglia Business Computers has recently signed three new Navision Software contracts worth in excess of 300,000.
Rotary Clubs in the region are looking for four outstanding young business and professional people to send to the US as part of a Rotary International project.
Defying any perceived gloom in the technology sector, Cambridge company ANT is positioning itself to become another ARM.
Telecommunications giant Marconi is to shed another 600 jobs at several sites across the UK, according to union leaders who met managers from the troubled firm on Tuesday.
Tech and telecom stocks fell back sharply yesterday (Weds) as investors digested yet more bleak news in the sector.
A new trust is to be established to improve mental health services
E-commerce is booming in Asia where 'digital dragons' have seen 100 per cent rise in online business-to-consumer sales.
Strategie-M Ltd today announced that a new service is now available to enable Cambridge businesses to win by having access to top class marketing management and strategy advice and support.
A controversial scheme to vastly increase the size of a landfill site on
the Cambridgeshire/Suffolk border looks set to be refused planning
Can Cambridge remain immune from the worldwide downturn in the technology and telecoms sector?
The answer seems to be 'no', but we are unlikely to be hit as badly as elsewhere.
Amanda Staveley has lost her bid to buy the Q.