Accountancy firm PEM has presented a cheque to the Rosie Hospital Campaign for £20,896.56 following a year of fundraising.
Engineering and CleanTech joined the party to demonstrate the diversity of the Cambridge UK technology cluster as deal value in the innovation hotspot topped $1.97 billion in January.
The advisory work of Cambridge-based Future Materials Group (FMG) in 2013 has been recognised by two influential publications.
Despite widespread cynicism over bank lending to SMEs and the usual moans about VCs not understanding technology businesses, dealflow in Cambridge and the East of England is running at record levels.
BDO’s mega merger with PKF, agreed at the end of 2012, became effective in the spring of 2013 and has changed the balance of power in the regional accountancy world.
With low levels of uncertainty, improved access to finance and greater confidence in the Bank of England’s policies, the UK’s chief financial officers (CFOs) are gearing up for expansion, investment and hiring in 2014, according to the latest Deloitte CFO survey.
Specialist East Anglian cleaning company Monthind has announced the acquisition of two Norfolk businesses, securing 45 jobs in the area.
St John’s Innovation Centre, a hothouse for new business and technology enterprise in the Cambridge UK cluster, has been chosen to lead unprecedented access to finance for East of England businesses.
- Tech troubleshooter fights deal failures
- Bank tops £113 million lending landmark
- Autumn Statement – A cautious business thumbs up
- Government must produce a future energy policy for UK
- Residential property relief decision a surprise
- ‘Tis the Season to be Mildly Content
- Autumn Statement – Let’s see key tax reliefs continue for manufacturing and hi-tech
- CBI wants stimulus to business growth
- Open University launches finance centre
- Angel takes steak in Cambridge venture
- Cambridge deals top $23bn in seven months
- £50m Cambridge tech superfund to unearth the next ARMs
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