Anglian Water director and former BAA Stansted board member Mark Pendlington has joined the board of the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership.
The Cambridge technology cluster is helping Cambridgeshire defy the UK jobs gloom.
Cambridge UK property company Wrenbridge is partnering Norwich International Airport to develop a new aviation business park that could create 1,000 new jobs.
The UK’s bloodstock industry – centred in Newmarket – along with its related veterinary expertise – goes on show to the world over the next few days.
Proposals for a £30 million redevelopment to continue the regeneration of Ipswich docks and preserve a historic brewery have been put to local planners.
Cambridge and East of England exports from the UK’s ideas region hit £6.8 billion for the first three months of 2012.
A series of successful bids to hold events in Cambridge UK over the next few years, collectively worth £1.2 million and a further £5 million to the local economy, will bring over 2,800 delegates to the city.
IoD director general Simon Walker warned a Cambridge trade summit that the UK faces a potential economic backlash if it slams the doors on cultural diversity.
Indiana – one of the States presenting to the Transatlantic Business Forum in Cambridge UK on Thursday March 8 – has slashed its taxes in a bid to attract relocating companies from around the world.
The global engineering brilliance of Cosworth could help generate 10,000 jobs in Northampton.
A Cambridge ‘coaching for growth’ programme that catapulted local ventures into global markets in 2011 has won the UK Government’s backing to continue next year, Business Weekly has been told.
Exports from companies in Cambridge and the East of England have yet again topped the £25bn mark in the last year, with the region accounting for almost one pound in every 10 of what the UK sells to the rest of the world, according to new figures from HM Revenue & Customs.
Up to 1,000 new jobs could be created in Haverhill as a result of planning permission being given for a 450,000 sq ft research park, 150 homes and a 60-bed hotel, says Paul Sutton, head of planning at Cheffins, who has nursed the scheme through the planning process.
Imagine a media interview in which a politician, in under eight minutes, managed to not only answer two questions by an interviewer but appeared to be without the yolk of partisanship in clearly setting out how a country could, step-by-step, find its way out of recession through central government policy.
Eleven companies from the East of England have earned a place on the latest Sunday Times HSBC Top Track 250, the league table of Britain’s leading mid-market private companies published this weekend.
- Anglian Water awards Deritend multi-million pound contract
- East of England exports top record £25bn
- Mooney turns ‘zone ranger’ to fight for enterprise
- Alconbury developer optimistic for future
- Prince’s Trust fights to avoid ‘wipe-out’ of young talent
- Cambridge is the employment hotspot of the UK.
- Doomed EEDA creates 22,000 jobs in three years
- French energy firm pinpoints East of England jobs
- Cambridge more entrepreneurial than Oxford
- Private sector jobs recovery sustained but wages pegged
- New tech centres play to Cambridge strengths
- East of England growth outstrips UK
- IoD urges law change to spur SME growth
- Inward investment responsibility for region changed again
- easyJet and VisitBritain invest £18m in bid to create 50,000 new jobs
- Conference wins bring £750k and 2,000 people to Cambridge
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