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Marketing masterclasses hit the airwaves

Terry Nicklin, director of KeynotePR,Cambridge marketing stars have hit the air waves with a new series of masterclasses.

Cambridge web luvvies in head to head with Google

OSM-4Cambridge UK creative powerhouse Onespacemedia has graduated with honours by making the shortlist of the global Lovie Awards for a website it has designed for Churchill College.

Cambridge busker hits No.1 on iTunes

Si-CranstounBlues singer Si Cranstoun – discovered busking on the streets of Cambridge by image maker Pete Bassett – has topped the iTunes blues chart with his single‚ Dance For Evermore. His new album Modern Life also sits at number 4 in the Amazon Blues album charts.

Judge alumna turns movie mogul to launch film startup

WeeradaA University of Cambridge Judge Business School alumna returns to the UK technology capital this week to launch an innovative new platform set to become the go-to site for film discovery.

Hollywood director funding new film through SyndicateRoom

Simon-and-AngelinaA Cambridge crowdfunding platform has been chosen by Hollywood movie director Simon West to raise £1.8 million – the first time Tinsel town has come to the UK to raise equity through the crowd.

Brains Eden games jam goes global

Brains-EdenInternational games designers have turned a Cambridge UK festival into a global showcase of young innovators.

Silk Pearce designs cult Porsche book

Silk-Pearce-PorscheSilk Pearce has designed an illustrated book for Ricoh Europe celebrating the enjoyment of classic Porsche cars.

Expansion follows acquisition for

Clive Bennett and Lesley Bennett with managing director Mark LittlewoodAward-winning East Anglian integrated design and marketing communications agency has expanded its operation with the acquisition of Cambridge-based CBA-Design.

Business Weekly New Year Honours: Image Makers

Simon Fryer, Kiss ComunicationsUK marketing spend is reported to be at its highest since pre-recession days, which may not be so surprising. Companies cutting marketing spend in austerity Britain would have been heading in the same direction as the Invisible Man in a pea souper.

First Nigella, now the KISS

Matt RoseCambridge UK integrated marketing and design business, KISS, has strengthened its digital team with the appointment of Matt Rose to the position of senior digital designer.

Mobas wins Aveillant contract

Becky Lamont, director of PR at MobasCreative agency Mobas has won a competitive pitch to deliver a full range of marketing services to Cambridge UK radar technology business Aveillant Ltd.

Future Business Centre seeks Hyde

Caroline-HydeCaroline Hyde has been appointed centre director for Cambridge’s first hub for social and environmental businesses – The Future Business Centre – which opened in November.

Silk Pearce designs Royal Mail stamps

Peter Silk of Silk Pearce pictured on the quayside at Harwich with Felixstowe docks in the background. Silk Pearce has worked with Royal Mail to design two complementary sets of stamps to commemorate the Merchant Navy’s enduring contribution to British life over the last 200 years.

KISS continues expansion strategy

Kelly-da-silvaKISS Communications has expanded its team with the appointment of Kelly Da Silva Fernandes to the position of Senior Account Manager.

Pier strikes PR industry gold

Top row (left to right) Philippa Davey, Helen Gilmour, Sophie French, bottom row: Paula Bennett, Kate Bowden Smith, Lyn PetersSuffolk based PRCA member, Pier Marketing, has achieved its Communications Management Standard – the gold standard of service for the PR industry.

UEA rushes to get East Anglia film footage

Postcode-FilmsThe University of East Anglia has issued an SOS to videographers and home movie fans to share footage of the East Anglia region for a new project.

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