Cambridge University spin-out Reduse is gunning for three categories of the Awards – Cambridge Graduate Business, Startup of the Year and KillerTechnology champion – with technology that removes print from paper (unprinting) – allowing paper to be reused several times before being recycled.
Global engineering innovator TWI has entered the 25th Anniversary Business Weekly Awards as tributes for its international excellence continue to flow.
It’s a relatively new name in the world of analytical scientific equipment but the legacy of the business stretches back 20 years and is internationally renowned.
UK Trade & Investment, the nation’s driver of international trade initiatives to boost business and the economy, has joined the list of sponsors for the 25th Anniversary Business Weekly Awards.
Global life sciences heavyweight AstraZeneca and its Cambridge subsidiary MedImmune have joined the A-list sponsors line-up for the 25th Anniversary Business Weekly Awards.
Up to his eyes in a round of pre-IPO meetings with investors just a week ahead of an AIM float, Horizon Discovery CEO Darrin Disley found time to put charity ahead of commercial considerations.
Digital inkjet technology world leader Xaar plc was named Business of the Year at Business Weekly’s gala 2013 Awards presentation dinner at Queens’ College, Cambridge in the most fiercely contested competition in its 24-year history.
The 2013 Business Weekly Awards reaches its climax in the coming weeks with judging getting underway in earnest before the winners are announced, Oscar-style, at the presentation dinner on Tuesday, March 18 at Queens’ College, Cambridge.
CRedit360 has entered the CleanTech Company of the Year and International Trade categories of the Business Weekly 2013 Awards.
Telensa, the market-leading ‘smart’ street lighting technology company, achieved sales of £8 million and pre-tax profit of £1.2m for the year ending March 31 and is tilting at the Cleantech, Wireless Company of the Year and Business of the Year categories of the Business Weekly Awards.
New medical technology and hi-tech products are being generated by Cambridge UK and East of England companies at a record rate – and their importance as global gamechangers has been recognised by Business Weekly.
New Business Weekly Awards entrant RedBite Solutions is a global gamechanger.
Everything Davin Yap has done since spinning Transversal out of Cambridge University’s Maths faculty has added up. Now the business is into advanced multiplication.
One of the most exciting biotech companies ever to emerge from the Cambridge life sciences cluster has entered the Business Weekly Startup Company of the Year Award.
New Awards entrant Arcus Global has made tremendous strides in its young life cycle. Four years ago, Cloud, Utility and open standards based computing was almost completely unheard of within the public sector.
One of the genuine bright lights of the Cambridge startup community has entered the Business Weekly Awards.
- Syndicate Room brings new form of funding into spotlight
- TWI scales up with Barclays
- Variety spices Business Awards pot
- Overseas firms to be honoured in Business Awards
- Loch to address Awards presentation
- Lead sponsor Mills & Reeve unveils its global power
- Is this your year for Business Awards glory?
- Star entrepreneurs form leading judges’ panel
- Mills & Reeve sponsors top business awards
- Finding the next Cambridge ‘greats’
- Cambridge angel joins Awards judging panel
- Cambridge Healthcare, HEE, Brady & Kymab join race
- Diversity reigns in early Awards entries
- Coutu joins Business Weekly judging panel
- Domino at the double with Quoted Company and Business of the Year titles
- New Awards Categories for 2011
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