Ensors Corporate Finance team have started the new fiscal year in fine style, completing a record five corporate transactions in the past month.
GW Pharmaceuticals, the Cambridge UK biopharma business whose products are developed from cannabis, has made a bullish bow on the US technology market NASDAQ – raising $31.2 million in an over-subscribed IPO.
A fire sale at Pursuit Dynamics (PDX), the Cambridge technology cluster business, began today with the £160k disposal of its food, beverage and brewing business (FBB).
A consultancy that has spent over 30 years accelerating the growth of companies in the Cambridge technology cluster has moved to a new HQ near the Science Park to accommodate its own expansion in the UK and internationally.
A new report co-authored in Cambridge, suggests that the global production shift to Asia may have “run its course” and points to “undervalued” mid-sized manufacturing firms as essential to UK economic regrowth.
In the technological dark ages, water board workmen would test for a leak by clamping a piece of wood over a suspect pipe. Thankfully techniques are considerably more sophisticated in the Innovation Age, as Anglian Water’s head of innovation, Steve Kaye can testify.
Cambridge’s growing kudos as a leading business centre is boosting usage of the city centre railway station and has sparked a new multi-million pound improvement programme.
Food manufacturer and owner of several UK household food brands such as the New Covent Garden Soup Co and Hartley’s, the Hain Daniels Group has taken a lease on an office suite at Enterprise House on Vision Park, Histon through Carter Jonas’s Cambridge agency.
Marble Product Design has bought 1,775 sq ft of offices at Station Court, Great Shelford, which is one of three self-contained office units in a courtyard style office development adjacent to the mainline rail station.
A California software developer which serves the automotive industry is leveraging Raspberry Pi, the Cambridge micro-computing technology solution as the UK business continues to build global traction.
Amino Technologies, the Cambridge UK IPTV technology business, has received another rebate windfall on overpaid export duties.
Cambridge University’s impressive strike rate in converting Intellectual Property into technology licences has piqued the interest of Korea – one of the world’s most prolific patent factories.
Cambridge UK technology leaders are uniting with US influencers in a power play designed to ensure that the potential of the Internet of Things isn’t thrown away.
Cambridge technology that is revolutionising the recruitment market is being used by Samsung to boost its talent pool in the UK cluster.
Gary Hanson is the lead partner of the Cambridge office of BDO, an organisation with over 1,200 offices in 138 countries. A specialist in business assurance, he has over 30 years’ experience. One of his principal skills is UK/US advice and he has particular knowledge of US GAAP and its implications, working closely with BDO in the US.
Enterprising East of England companies have adjusted their sights with immense verve in recent months to find new target markets for overseas sales. If European markets have hit problems they have looked farther afield, picking and mixing with shrewdness and vigour.
- Portuguese railway deal for Amantys
- Cambridge engineers steer rocket powered car
- Cambridge-Tech City alliance could lift UK
- Cambridge disease breathalyser launched
- Dialight opens Brazil operations
- Barclays facilitates £1m solar investment
- Fighting talk by Cambridge entrepreneur
- Cambridge Handel Opera stages Atalanta
- Cambridge role in funding coup for German manufacturer
- Luxury boat builder sails into calmer waters
- ARM CEO bows out with an IoT challenge
- Sareum secures £150k from Technology Strategy Board
- Mills & Reeve merger expands UK empire
- Cambridge innovation helps validate $20m investment
- Retiring ARM director is new Cambridge Network chairman
- $100m AstraZeneca blockbuster for Horizon
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