“I needed someone to give me a kick up the backside.” And with that thought in mind David Jaggard, the managing director of IT consultancy Fluid, decided to apply to the GrowthAccelerator scheme.
Tidal Transit, a company that transports technicians to and from the Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm (SSOWF) located between 17 and 23 miles off the coast of Norfolk in the North Sea, is playing an additional role in support of SSOWF's health and safety initiatives.
A new business and academic member group has officially launched with the aim of providing a collective cross-sectoral business voice to help shape the future of Cambridge.
Cambridge based regulatory affairs business ELC Group has accelerated its international expansion following 25 per cent revenue growth in 2013.
Chris Parkhouse, managing director of Cambridge UK consultancy business Deyton Bell, is to stand down as chair of the Institute of Directors in the East of England at the end of 2013.
St John’s Innovation Centre has unveiled a new portfolio of training support services to help businesses grow. The initiative is being delivered in partnership with First Ascent, a leading global training company, also based in Cambridge.
A new venture launched by the social media manager for the Dr Who TV series has been fast-forwarded to future success by Cambridge UK company My Business FD.
Two recruiters who cut their management teeth in the burgeoning Cambridge IT jobs sector have been appointed to spearhead a three-year growth plan for Cooper Lomaz.
The UK government is investing more than £1.1 million in a new pan-India network of British business centres. It is part of a global initiative to strengthen British business networks in 20 overseas markets.
A Cambridge UK business is leading a multimillion dollar drive by Standard Chartered Bank to help tackle children’s eye health across Africa.
CBM UK – the overseas disability charity – has again come to the rescue of victims of ongoing fighting in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The company has ensured the delivery of critical medical care in the republic.
Two cancer charities have joined forces to protect the quality of care for patients and their families over the long-term against an increasingly challenging fundraising backdrop.
Neil Davidson is stepping down as CEO of Cambridge UK technology business Red Gate Software and as chair of Cambridge Network.
One of the UK’s fastest growing recruitment companies, the Barker Ross Group, has opened a new technical division in Cambridge.
More than 500 UK jobs have been safeguarded at training provider First4Skills, whose head office is in Huntingdon, near Cambridge, after Liverpool Community College completed a deal to acquire the majority of the company’s business and assets out of administration.
An experienced technology entrepreneur who has earned his spurs in Silicon Valley as well as the UK has joined a Cambridge team dedicated to helping young companies grow.
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- Cambridge charity fights Kenya food crisis
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- Energy recruiter opens Lowestoft office
- Business Link launches summer startups campaign
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