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Open University launches finance centre

Rebecca-TaylorThe Open University has opened a Centre for Public Understanding of Finance. The True Potential Centre is designed to empower the UK public to better manage their finances.

Angel takes steak in Cambridge venture

Matthew-CleevelyCambridge technology entrepreneur and angel investor David Cleevely literally took a steak – and then a stake – in a new UK business venture after launching a novel ‘cook-off for cash’ challenge to the founders.

Cambridge deals top $23bn in seven months

Sir-Richard-FriendAnother massive acquisition by MedImmune and a new fund to uncover the next ARM lit up a vibrant October when deals in the Cambridge UK technology cluster topped $900 million.

£50m Cambridge tech superfund to unearth the next ARMs

Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz. Picture by Phil MynottCambridge University, technology superstars in the UK cluster and major investors have joined forces to form a new company to launch a mega-million pound equity lifeline for innovative businesses.

Bill Gates backs Cambridge alumna’s $94m health fund

Julia-Fan-LiGlobal technology pioneer Bill Gates is supporting a Cambridge University alumna in a blockbusting new health investment fund.

Exit planning in Cambridge tech spotlight

John-LeeSerial Cambridge entrepreneurs and investors Robert Sansom and John Lee get close up and personal with 12 entrepreneurs from the UK and Europe’s technology capital at a November round table.

Entrepreneurs eye strong growth

Richard Crane, head of entrepreneurial business at Deloitte in CambridgeCambridge and UK entrepreneurs are predicting strong growth over the next year according to Richard Crane, head of entrepreneurial business at Deloitte in Cambridge.

Eazi payzi for Direct Debits doyen

Eazipay employs 21 full and part time staff in Littleport, near CambridgeEazipay Ltd, a leading direct debit processing business serving the Cambridge UK technology and industrial clusters, Cambridgeshire, has smashed its record for monthly sales and DD transactions.

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