Just as some of the best boxers in history have emerged from ghettoes in poorer districts, so scores of startups are being born against the most austere economic back-up anyone in the UK can remember.
The prototype e-Go aircraft, made in Cambridgeshire, will make its debut at AeroExpo in the East of England later this month, co-founder Tony Bishop has revealed.
Innovative global startups are being invited to tilt at a £17k prize package in the Nerve KickStart competition, run in conjunction with the Nerve conference on disruptive technology in Cambridge UK from June 25-27.
Angel technology investors have piled £160k into a Cambridge UK startup developing a real-time, geospatial social networking platform.
Technology ventures sparked by alumni of a Cambridge University summer school for entrepreneurs have provided a jobs and GDP boom for the economy, new figures have revealed.
Social research company, MindGraph has been accepted into the Innovation Martlesham (IM) Incubator in Suffolk.
Springboard IoT – Europe's first hardware accelerator highlighting new technology plays for the Internet of Things – has kicked off in Cambridge UK.
Two Cambridge University alumni who quit senior jobs at ARM to develop technology that could eclipse traditional videoconferencing have won their first commercial deal – from global software trailblazer Red Gate.
Cambridge student ambassadors were at Buckingham Palace last night for the launch of a new startup loans initiative backed by the UK government.
Broad-based technology plays ranging from personalised medicines to gaming and from wind energy to social enterprise are in the spotlight at the Cambridge University Entrepreneurs (CUE) 1K Awards Ceremony on February 20.
Two entrepreneurs immersed in the Cambridge technology cluster are at Buckingham Palace this week parading the jewels in the crown of the UK startup scene.
A revolutionary new walking aid from Cambridge technology entrepreneurs will be going commercial in 2013 following success for the startup in Anglia Ruskin University’s CEDAR Enterprise Fellowship Scheme.
The winning project from the recent SVC2UK Cambridge Startup weekend has gone on to win the Grand Finale in London and now heads to Silicon Valley for the global climax.
Young Cambridge entrepreneur Joe Faulkner-Edwards has launched a new online health supplement business thanks to £18,000 of funding from Anglia Ruskin University.
Business Secretary Vince Cable has heaped praise on a Cambridge-based project that has been named the best in Europe.
e-Go aeroplanes, the pioneering light aircraft startup, has expanded its Cambridgeshire headquarters. The company is also ramping up production from its Conington base – the e-Go Centre.
- Finalists revealed for Discovering Start-Ups
- Amantys wins Start Up of the Year Award
- Cambridge technology startups launch in Asia
- Help is at hand for startup social enterprises
- 2,500 startups in 6 months a Cambridge record
- Startup puts human face on jobs free-for-all
- Entrepreneur wins £5k from Santander
- Startups don’t have to go down plughole
- Technology entrepreneurs seize the day
- KickStart winner fights terror with tera
- Apple backs Cambridge summer sizzler
- ‘Vine’ winner of McKinsey Innovate
- Life gets hot for student entrepreneurs
- EdTech firm hiring big after raising seed cash
- Norfolk uses Cambridge tech cluster blueprint
- Startups put team before VC or angel cash
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