Ahead of UK Trade & Investment’s ExploreExport event at Newmarket Racecourses on November 11, Vanessa Lista gives advice on exploring the possibilities of doing business in Italy.
Ahead of UK Trade & Investment’s ExploreExport 2014 event at Newmarket Racecourses on November 11, Business Weekly spoke to Sophie Blais to get her thoughts on how East of England firms can make the most of exploring the possibilities of doing business in Belgium.
Ahead of UK Trade & Investment’s ExploreExport 2014 event at Newmarket Racecourses on November 11, Business Weekly spoke to Racheal Tukamubona to get her thoughts on how East of England firms can make the most of exploring the possibilities of doing business in Uganda.
Sepura is at the heart of a security upgrade ordered by the US government for Lebanon forces, built on advanced communications technology.
East of England firms are being urged to get on the fast track to success by joining UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) as it brings the world to the region for its sixth Export Week.
Cambridge UK communications technology has proved a golden performer at the 17th Asian Games in South Korea this week.The South Korean Police has secured the Games with Sepura TETRA digital radios.
Wireless chip technology company Nujira is taking its Cambridge UK expertise in Envelope Tracking to China.
A UK Trade & Investment trade mission to Paris has helped an emerging British designer win lucrative new business abroad.
Canada has made fresh overtures to life science and ICT companies in the Cambridge UK technology cluster to forge potentially lucrative trade alliances.
Revolutionary inhaler technology from Vectura, whose delivery devices division is based in Cambridge UK, has made an important first breakthrough into Latin America.
Cambridge UK plant engineering software specialist AVEVA has scored a major success in the Latin American petrochemical sector.
Telensa, a smart wireless street lighting control company based at the heart of the Cambridge UK technology cluster, has appointed Burt Wallace to head up its North American operation in Atlanta, Georgia.
China continues to be an important market for Cambridge wireless pioneer CSR as the number of consumer electronics companies there rapidly increases, serving both their fast growing domestic market as well as taking a growing place on the world stage.
Wangfujing Street is one of the most famous and busiest shopping streets in downtown Beijing. This largely pedestrianised area attracts an estimated 600,000 visitors on a daily basis, which can rise to 1.2 million during holidays. And most of them are using their smartphones.
Trade between the East of England and China is running at all-time record levels, new figures from UKTI confirm.
Cambridge radio technology business Sepura has completed Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) interoperability testing with the Italian organisations Selex ES – a Finmeccanica company – and Radio Activity srl.
- Lowestoft firm signs MoU with China Shipbuilding Corporation
- Region’s exports to US up 10 per cent to £3.59bn
- UKTI case study – Stemgent-Asterand
- UKTI CASE STUDY – Elmeridge Cable Services
- UKTI Case study – C4 Carbides
- Ambassador trumpets Cambridge-US trade
- Cambridge entrepreneurs get passport to prosperity
- New employment laws in France – Vive la difference
- Zinwave grows sales force in America
- ARM in Taiwan power play
- Evergreen Felixstowe opens up the world via new China shuttle
- Bango strengthens its hand in Middle East and Asia
- UKTI and EEN launch trade mission to Budapest and Debrecen
- Sepura technology boosts Qatar security guardian
- East of England companies welcomed in Romania
- CRFS boosts US coast to coast capability
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