SyndicateRoom, the innovative crowdfunding platform created in Cambridge UK, has reached the £15 million raised barrier in just 15 months – a stunning £1m-a-month strike rate by the startup.
IdeaSpace companies in Cambridge are pushing back the frontiers of future technology plays.
Six Cambridge technology startups slug it out with seven London rivals in the UK’s Discovering Start-Ups final on October 22.
A third of the companies chosen as finalists for the 2014 Discovering Start-Ups Competition are based in the Cambridge UK technology corridor.
A new initiative from the Cambridge UK technology cluster is handing software startups an inside track to growth.
A programme aimed at helping startup and early stage social ventures in the East of England has launched a new website to offer support and information to businesses with a social conscience.
An Accelerate Cambridge technology startup developing a fingerprint scanner that could revolutionise global healthcare is a finalist in the prestigious Saving Lives at Birth Grand Challenge.
An East of England startup is bidding to turn the humble tomato into the source of new cosmetic products and even potential healthcare applications.
In a whirlwind nine months since he won backing from Dragons’ Den investor Kelly Hoppen, 21-year-old Essex entrepreneur Oliver Murphy is celebrating selling his Reviveaphone phone repair kit to more than 13,000 people across the globe.
New businesses are to benefit from Anglia Ruskin University’s expertise and facilities thanks to The MedBIC (Anglia Ruskin’s new Business Innovation Centre for Medical and Advanced Engineering).
Cambridge Software Engineering Ltd has won its first two contracts – developing an extranet website for contract hire and leasing company Marshall Leasing, and providing applications support for Seymour Distribution, the largest independent UK distributor of magazines.
Serial Cambridge technology entrepreneur Mike Lynch and personalised medicines evangelist Darrin Disley brought a sharp commercial focus to the final of the Cambridge University Entrepreneurs (CUE) grand challenge.
ideaSpace and Cambridge University in the UK are spearheading a new EC initiative to take technology and other startups across Europe to unprecedented global success.
A Cambridge UK medical technology pioneer is one of three startups awarded cash through the CEDAR Enterprise Fellowship Scheme run by Anglia Ruskin University. The trio share £30k.
Norfolk inventor and Dragon’s Den contestant, Alan Wright, who successfully launched a Shower Power Booster to stop the common problem of dribbly taps and showers, has now launched an automatic version of the pioneering energy-saving product.
Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge UK has exported enterprise to Romania and helped create scores of new entrepreneurs and businesses in the process – new ventures that cover technology and broader business segments.
- Young entrepreneurs receive technology boost
- Cambridge angels fund genetics business
- Share a cab startup in top gear
- Dementia technology wins KickStart competition
- China banks on UEA initiative
- BlinkPipe ramps up for next phase of growth
- Big issue for Cambridge entrepreneurs
- Cambridge-Singapore startups launch
- Startups must get the structure right from the off
- Debut of e-Go aircraft at AeroExpo
- Entrepreneurs sought for £17k startup prize
- Spirit of Spock powers new tech enterprise
- Cambridge technology alumni ignite economy
- MindGraph secures Martlesham space
- Dotcom gives idle UK a sporting chance
- Canadians boost Springboard IoT
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