Category Archives: Cambridge

Women overcome ‘impostor syndrome’ to share inspirational ideas

New models and strategies for biobusiness presented by women leaders “I like a stretching target,” Professor Dame Sally Davies, Chief Medical Officer for England, told delegates at the BioBeat15 conference in Cambridge. She explained how when the idea of sequencing … Continue reading

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Big data will bring new approaches for healthcare

Big data is just data, but a lot of it. Big data can be big in both qualitative and/or quantitative terms and tools are emerging that will allow us to use it more intelligently. At the recent Cambridge Wireless event … Continue reading

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Poacher turned gamekeeper?

Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Samantha Dalton and I’m the newest recruit to the talented team of PR consultants at Holdsworth Associates. I join Holdsworth after more than seven years working for arguably the most trusted global … Continue reading

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Maude launches Solutions Exchange for tech SMEs

Francis Maude was in Cambridge today to encourage technology firms to pitch their ideas to government.  The intention is to gain earlier engagement with companies and to garner new approaches to saving money and improving public services. Tweet This Post

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Networking – technology exhibition in Cambridge

6th December, St John’s Innovation Centre, 4pm onwards. Over the last few weeks I’ve been busy meeting some of East Anglia’s most exciting entrepreneurs and hearing about their innovations. This is more than just a chance for me to talk to inspirational … Continue reading

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Cambridge Cleantech opens for business

We had good news on Friday, as Martin Garrett and Hugh Parnell unveiled to a packed room their new baby – ‘Cambridge Cleantech’ – a membership organisation aimed at facilitating the exploitation of the third wave of innovation following that … Continue reading

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ECOLINK workshop supports cleantech innovation

The global market for cleantech is valued at £4.3 trillion, and companies in the Greater Cambridge region are at the forefront of innovation in this area.  As we approach peak oil and price of energy becomes a major driver, the … Continue reading

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Meerkats and Avatars 2011: open for applications

What determines which technologies make it big? Attracting the attention of those who matter is essential – whether this is potential investors, collaborators or customers – and media relations is a rapid way of spreading the word widely. We are working … Continue reading

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Business relationships the secret of success

Having a world beating technology is not sufficient to make a company a major player. Although Cambridge companies are often accused of selling their silver too early, growing a company beyond the initial core of its founders can be problematic. … Continue reading

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Bright career prospects, from carpentry to forensics

I’m of the generation pitied by older friends because I got a student loan not a student grant, yet the Labour government was trying to push 50% of us through university. I wasn’t deterred by a bit of student debt … Continue reading

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