Cambridge University’s increasing stature on the world stage will be brought into focus when the director of its Judge Business School, Christoph Loch, addresses the Business Weekly Awards dinner at Queens’ College on Tuesday, March 19. He will be accompanied by University Chancellor, Lord David Sainsbury, who is presenting the prizes.
It’s only six months since the Business Weekly Awards winners were unveiled at Queens’ College, Cambridge – but all our champions have made stunning progress since the victory parade.
The Business Weekly Awards judging panel lays claim to be the best in the business! Every single entrant is judged to the enth degree. To ensure the very best companies win, it is essential to ensure that shrewd judges of a business are evaluating the candidates’ credentials.
Leading UK law firm Mills & Reeve, headquartered in Cambridge, has been announced as new lead sponsor of the internationally-respected Business Weekly Awards.
A new generation of ‘Cambridge greats’ was unveiled at Business Weekly’s Awards presentation dinner at Queens’ College.
Cambridge entrepreneur and angel investor Peter Cowley has joined the judging panel for the 2011 Business Weekly Awards in the UK.
Competition is really hotting up for Business Weekly’s Awards, which reach a thrilling climax in March, 2012.
The decision to introduce new categories to the 2011 Business Weekly Awards to better reflect the dynamics of the Cambridge industrial landscape has proved popular with early entrants.
Sherry Coutu, brains behind the Silicon Valley Comes2 Cambridge and UK initiatives, has joined the judging panel for the 2011 Business Weekly Awards.
As they say in sporting circles, form is temporary but class endures. Class is something ink jet printing technology company, Domino UK, has in spades.
The Business Weekly Awards 2011 reflect the dynamic face of the Cambridge and East of England economies – from the exciting start-up culture and excellent Cambridge University spin-outs to the diverse range of BioMedTech, CleanTech, Wireless and manufacturing/industrial businesses at different stages of their life cycles.
Business Weekly’s 21st Anniversary Awards ceremony in March 2011 marked the dawn of a new era for enterprise in Cambridge and the East of England.
Cambridge Science Park company, Owlstone Nanotech, won the inaugural Graduate Business of the Year accolade at Business Weekly’s 21st Anniversary East of England Business Awards.
Depending on how well adjusted you are, futurologist Ian Pearson hovers in a space somewhere between advancement and Armageddon.
Horizon Discovery was named Young Company of the Year – a new category – at the 21st Anniversary Awards.
Sphere Fluidics proved a cut above as it lifted the Killer Technologies title despite intense competition at Business Weekly’s East of England Business Awards in Cambridge.
- Influential guest list for Awards showcase
- Facing up to the future
- Leading entrepreneurs attracted to awards event
- Domino takes Quoted Company of the Year title
- International Trade award for CamSemi
- Great things on the Horizon for Cambridge company
- Double for Domino at East of England Business Awards
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