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Wednesday, September 21, 2016
St Neots
DDS Digital Dispatch new home at LDH House, in St Ives.

As business rates increase in Cambridge, one company has seen the potential that the ever-growing A14 corridor can offer.

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Rod Galbraith at Chequers Shoes, Huntingdon

Staff at a Huntingdon shoe shop are celebrating after the opening of a new store.

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Huntingdon
Artist's impression of John Adams HQ at Alconbury Enterprise Campus

A Huntingdon toy and games distributor is hoping to become the newest resident at Alconbury Enterprise Campus.

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United Kingdom
Bobs Your Uncle co-founders (L-R) Mike Egan, and James Boatwright.

A trio of business entrepreneurs are hoping their new app will take on the likes of Facebook and LinkedIn.

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Facebook
iMET building on the Alconbury Weald Enterprise Campus has been given the go ahead

Work has started on a new technology and manufacturing powerhouse to train future sector leaders and improve productivity in the industry.

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Huntingdonshire Regional College
St Neots new business woman Sarah Stones.

Setting up a new business can be a daunting and exhausting process, but for St Neots woman Sarah Stones it has proved to be a cathartic experience.

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St Neots
Cambridgeshire Brexit meeting, at Cambridge Union Society,

Business leaders in Cambridgeshire have responded in the wake of the EU referendum outcome with a finalised document to get the best for the region.

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European Union
Lionel Messi in Xtreme Events bubble football

One of the world’s top football teams swapped competitive matches for inflatable zorbs with a little help from a firm based in Ramsey.

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Ramsey
The CEO of Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership (LEP) Neil Darwin, visits TRB Lightweight Structures, Huntingdon, as part of their National Apprenticeship Week,

An advice service for social and environmental ventures has been set up in an attempt to get businesses to view the EU referendum result as an opportunity rather than a challenge.

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European Union
New premises for Custom Creations Paints Ltd

As a part of a plan to expand a specialist paint manufacturer has announced that it will move its operations to Eaton Socon.

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MP for Huntingdon Jonathan Djanogly and Curaprox CEO Ueli Breitschmid

After experiencing unfounded success in the last few years an oral healthcare company has moved into larger premises.

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Jonathan Djanogly
Renford Sargent, chairman of Premier Travel (centre) receiving his award at the Travel Weekly Agent Achievement Awards 2016

Travel agent Premier Travel’s winning streak has continued after its chairman was honoured with a prestigious industry award.

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United Kingdom
Simon Freethy

A tiny device that improves the audio quality of music on your phone has beaten all expectations and reached its £50,000 crowdfunding target in less than 24 hours.

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Mayor of St Neots Cllr Derek Giles (centre) with Pico Technology staff and mayors consort Sandie Giles

A leading manufacturer, which has helped keep the wheels turning for vehicle manufacturers and service organisations, is celebrating its silver anniversary.

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Eaton
Simon Bradbury - Thomas Morris

An award winning estate agent has seen a surge in offers on properties following the Brexit vote, contradicting predictions of a property crash.

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Kloeber new premises, in Huntingdon, (l-r) Co Owners Lee Green, and Matt Higgs.

A market-leading manufacturer has brought a landmark building into the 21st century thanks to an extensive refurbishment.

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Weatherspoons Officially opens in Huntingdon, (l-r) Manager Sarah Hemingway, Area Manager Shaun Mattocks, Deputy Mayor Jay Dyne, Deputy Manager Jason Storey, Deputy Mayor's Consort Sonia Dyne, Duty Manager Emma Bull, and ex resident Jane Hutchingson.

Pub chain JD Wetherspoon opened its new branch in Huntingdon today (Tuesday)

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JD Wetherspoon
(L-R) Alistair Rogers and Steve Saunders, of the Tuplin Group; Mona El Kheshen, marketing coordinator, Angelica Chhiba, sales specialist, Roy Testa, commercial director of Kinesis, and Harriet Fear, UK Business ambassador.

St Neots-based Kinesis is celebrating after being crowned the winner of the Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce Global Awards for Export Growth.

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United Kingdom
Samuel Peyps 10 year anniversary, Trevor and Karen Fowler,

Husband and wife team, Karen and Trevor Fowler, are celebrating a decade of owning the Huntingdon pub The Samuel Pepys.

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Thursday, September 1, 2016
(L-R) front row: Jess Levin, Macmillan fundraising manager), Lynda Hall, lead nurse of cancer and palliative care at Macmillan Woodlands Centre, Carol Croft, former patient at old Woodlands Unit, and Mark Cammies, estates and facilities director at Hinchingbrooke Hospital.

A new £2.4m cancer centre at Hinchingbrooke Hospital welcomed its first patients this week.

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