Firms from across Huntingdonshire have been celebrating after reaching the finals of The Hunts Post’s Business Awards.
A St Ives-based aerial imagery firm says it is “over the moon” after getting the go-ahead from the Civil Aviation Authority to fly its drones at night.
Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly paid a visit to a solar carport company that has opened an office in Fenstanton.
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A leading UK designer and manufacturer of security solutions demonstrated its innovative products at a technology exhibition in Malaysia.
The chairman of the Huntingdonshire branch of the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) joined a round table meeting with the mayor of Cambridgeshire to discuss issues affecting small enterprises.
Pioneering plans to improve the global detection of viruses in the animal and plant world have been given the green light thanks to a £60,000 grant.
A mum-of-two from Wyton-on-the-Hill has set up a small business, thanks to a programme that supports members of the armed forces and their families.
Beales department store in St Neots has been forced to “apologise unreservedly” after hundreds of people were issued with parking fines due to a computer error.
A Huntingdon-based company has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise after seeing a huge growth in exports.
Godmanchester based Kiss-Air Candles has been shortlisted in this year’s British Wedding Awards.
A St Ives-based business has received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in recognition of its track record of innovation.
From chief accountant to co-owner, a dedicated employee has celebrated 50 years of service with one of Cambridgeshire’s leading travel firms.
Work on a multi-million pound project to raise the flood banks along the Ouse Washes reservoir has begun, with help of Huntingdon-based Mick George.
Kinesis walked away with three awards at The Hunts Post Huntingdonshire Business Awards last year, but in particular the Business Development Award was and remains a positive experience.
An annual charity ball has raised thousands of pounds for Macmillan’s Woodlands Centre appeal.