Cambridge based Public Relations company, Profile Communications has set up a specialist service dedicated to offering PR support to exhibition and conference organisers.
This year, as part of its 40th Anniversary celebrations, Clare Hall, University of Cambridge, is hosting a Korean Festival of lectures, films, music, dance and art from 22 May to 1 June.
Significant challenges must be addressed if tissue engineering companies are to deliver commercially viable products, says Cambridge Consultants Ltd (CCL).
The use of safety cameras has seen a 20% drop in casualties at crash blackspots over the last year - according to figures published by the Cambridgeshire Safety Camera Partnership.
Cambridge Marketing College is the first institution of its kind in the UK to offer the new Chartered Institute of Marketing Stage Two Award.
Entelegen has been selected by Igentics in order to provide sales assistance.
Oxford University is offering bursaries to small and medium sized bioscience businesses for attendance on a part-time MSc in Bioinformatics from September.
Cambridge, UK, and Singapore.
A company dedicated to cost effective solar energy for developed and developing countries won this year's Cambridge University Entrepreneurs '50K' competition.
The second meeting of the Cambridge Network Intellectual Property Special Interest Group, which takes place on Tuesday June 17th, investigates how to get the most from patent agents.
Bango, the numbers-for-web-addresses company in Cambridge has come up with another 'first' in the mobile phone sector.
Hundreds of UK businesses are likely to either join Marks & Spencer or follow the store group's lead as they have been given the green light to challenge a central part of the British corporate tax system.
The number of insolvencies in England and Wales in the first quarter of 2003 decreased by 13.
Metalysis, a Cambridge University spin-out company, has taken the first steps in commercialising a new metal extraction process.
Inca Digital Printers, the Cambridge Consultants spin-out, now has 100 staff and is about to break through 10 million sales.
Hermann Hauser is to provide funding for a new building within Cambridge University dedicated to encouraging entrepreneurs.
The Cambridge Network China Special Interest Group has a strong track record of sharing insight from players in the vanguard of Cambridge's initiative to develop new business in China.
Law firm, Mills & Reeve, has advised on seed funding for Vivamer Limited, a technology spin-out company, from the University of Cambridge and its associated venture capital fund, the University of Cambridge Challenge Fund.