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.
Sembmarine SLP Limited in Lowestoft has signed an MOU with the China Shipbuilding Corporation, Zhengzhou Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.
East of England exports to the United States are almost 10 per cent ahead year-on-year, UKTI reports.
Experienced exporter Stemgent-Asterand has used UKTI support to optimise its strategy for new Asia-Pacific markets.
Elmeridge Cable Services (ECS) based in Laindon, Essex, designs, supplies and installs high voltage cable systems for electricity network owners and operators in the UK and overseas.
C4 Carbides, a Cambridge manufacturer of power tool accessories and industrial band saw blades, looks set to deliver a ten-fold increase in exports to Brazil, thanks to UKTI support.
A strengthening American economy makes it fertile ground for ambitious businesses based in the Cambridge technology cluster and Eastern region of the UK, the US Ambassador to Britain Matthew W. Barzun has told Business Weekly in an exclusive interview.
A Cambridge UK technology and financial delegation heads off to Singapore for the second Cambridge Connection event next week (June 16-18) with major players highlighting that the barriers to international growth opportunities have never been lower.
The simple advice often given to employers looking to hire in France is don’t do it! Of all the countries in which we help our clients with their employment law affairs, France is certainly one of the most problematic for employers.
Cambridge-based Zinwave, a global provider of distributed antenna systems for in-building cellular coverage, is expanding its commercial presence in the US in response to growing demand for anywhere access to 4G LTE services via Smartphones.
Cambridge technology powerhouse ARM is investing in a new CPU design centre in Taiwan – placing it at the core of Asia’s processing heartland.
The Port of Felixstowe has welcomed a major new shuttle service for the first time. Evergreen’s CES (China Europe Shuttle) service – the 8,452 TEU Ever Laden – launched the service from Felixstowe.
- 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
- UKTI Case study – Ziath
- Zinwave expands in Asia Pacific wireless hotspot
- Cambridge cleantech a hit in China and Hong Kong
- Sepura gains more ground in Brazil
- American States pile into Cambridge business forum
- AVEVA on top Down Under
- Sepura strikes rich seam in Australian mining sector
- The whole world in your hands
- US ambassador backs Cambridge trade summit
- UKTI Case study – Racebikebitz
- Jinglu Shipbuilding chooses AVEVA technology
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