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Bank to the rescue for Cambridge nursery

Little Stars Day NurseryA children’s nursery in Cambridge was rescued at the 11th hour when Cambridge & Counties Bank saved it from a funding crisis. The bank stepped in after the original proposed lender pulled out at short notice.

Solid silver as Cambridge EdTech business scales globally

Allen-Scott-ScientiaScientia, a Cambridge-based world leader in timetabling and resource management solutions for the Higher Education sector, has appointed Allen Scott as its chief operating officer to drive growth in the UK and globally.

Whooping cough jab revolution urged after Cambridge study

Julian-Parkhill-Genome Research LimitedVaccinating mothers in pregnancy as well as adults likely to be around newborn babies may be required to stem the rise of whooping cough, which kills almost 200,000 children worldwide every year.

Boeing places Marshall in global supplier elite

P8A-in-flightBoeing has presented Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group with a Supplier of the Year award for its performance on the P-8 maritime patrol and reconnaissance aircraft.

Norwich shoe manufacturer sold to management

Florida-ShoesThe future of Norwich’s last remaining shoe manufacturer is set to be secured with the news that outline agreement has been reached for the company to be bought by its management.

Barclays supports Tollers LLP with banking facilities of £3m

Tollers-LLPBarclays is supporting the strategic goals of law firm Tollers LLP with banking facilities of £3m.

Ensors and Birkett Long help drive freight acquisition

Simon Reed, SimarcoSimarco, one of the UK’s leading independent freight firms, has acquired Staffordshire-based operator, IFB, for an undisclosed sum.

Speculative offices rolled out in Norfolk

Beacon-Park-GorlestonFour new office units have been topped out at Beacon Park in Gorleston, Norfolk - marking the second phase of an ambitious speculative development which has been made possible through a unique public-private partnership.

Howes Percival expands commercial property team

Howes-Percival-commercial propertyHowes Percival has expanded its commercial property team in response to a significant increase in its caseload. Hannah Bordiss has been appointed as an associate to the law firm’s Northampton office.

New Nuffield hospital build underway

Nuffield-Hospital cgiSimons Group has started construction of a complete new hospital for Nuffield Health on Trumpington Road in Cambridge.

ARM future-proofs business with licence to thrill

Simon-Segars-ARMCambridge UK superchip designer ARM hoisted Q1 dollar revenues 16 per cent and sterling pre-tax profits nine per cent year-on-year – but CEO Simon Segars urged shareholders to check out the bigger picture to take even greater heart from the long-term strategy of the business.

Cambridge cancer firm lines up $174m bonanza

Sentinel-Bob-BoyleMedical technology from Cambridge UK cancer business Sentinel Oncology is being developed and commercialised by US company Oncothyreon in a collaboration that could bring the Science Park firm mega-millions.

Cambridge seafood company sold to Golden Acre Foods

Elsinore John WilsonElsinore Foods, a market leading business specialising in niche seafood and delicatessen products, has been sold to UK supplier Golden Acre Foods for an undisclosed sum in a deal steered by Cambridge professionals.

Record Q1 sales for Hexcel

Hexcel-DuxfordHexcel Corporation, whose composites technology business is based in Cambridge UK, has reported record first quarter results to March 31.

Queen’s Awards for Cambridge thoroughbreds

Adder Technology wins Queen's Award for international trade

Cambridge science and technology companies have helped the East of England region to another exceptional haul of Queen’s Awards for international trade, innovation and sustainable development. 

£150bn AstraZeneca-Pfizer merger mooted

Shaun-Grady - Astrazenca VPUK pharma company AstraZeneca, which is set to bring 2,000 jobs to the Cambridge medical technology cluster by 2016, has rejected a takeover approach from global heavyweight Pfizer.

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