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Greater Anglia’s teams deliver a third successive month of excellent performance

Greater Anglia’s key workers have delivered a third successive month of excellent performance for passengers…

Virtual Showcase promotes Cambridge to global buyers

A two-day virtual event to introduce buyers from the US, Europe and the UK to…

Are you making this common founder mistake?

But we’ve seen too many founders leave thinking about their comms too late, which is a huge mistake!
Leaving it too late means a big backlog of work and huge costs to get launch-ready, and you may even find yourself re-doing things you’ve done before: rebranding to support your new product road-map or developing your third website in as many years because you hadn’t considered your customer.
Here are our top three reasons why founders should think comms earlier: 1. Good comms strategy is crucial to growth, 2. It takes time to build a brand, 3. Careful planning saves you money.

Peterborough’s digital transformation gathers momentum

The rollout of gigabit-capable full fibre infrastructure to nearly every home and business in Peterborough is picking up pace with CityFibre on track to complete work in half of the city by the autumn.

Connecting with residents – how full fibre can benefit landlords in Cambridge

In the last few years, being a landlord has become a great deal more difficult. Thanks to regulatory changes, the profitability of renting has dropped significantly. Previously, having a property untenanted for a few months would have been manageable. Now, the tax code changes mean that having a property vacant for even a month can be enough to tip landlords into the red. Therefore, it’s imperative that all landlords in Cambridge take steps to ensure continual occupancy at all times.

Connecting with residents – how full fibre can benefit landlords in Peterborough

In the last few years, being a landlord has become a great deal more difficult. Thanks to regulatory changes, the profitability of renting has dropped significantly. Previously, having a property untenanted for a few months would have been manageable. Now, the tax code changes mean that having a property vacant for even a month can be enough to tip landlords into the red. Therefore, it’s imperative that all landlords in Peterborough take steps to ensure continual occupancy at all times.

Hospice’s Star Shine Walkers raise over £33,500 during lock-down!

Nearly 300 supporters took part in Arthur Rank Hospice Charity’s first-ever virtual Star Shine Walk…

Greenwoods GRM welcomes new Cambridge-based Business & Finance Partner

Jonathan Reardon joins Greenwoods GRM in Cambridge as a Business and Finance partner. Having worked…

Peterborough Cathedral’s first public service since lockdown will be this Sunday

Peterborough Cathedral will welcome worshippers in person for the first time since the Coronavirus lockdown…

Free face coverings and hand gel will help safely welcome Greater Anglia commuters

Greater Anglia is gearing up to safely welcome back commuters, installing hand sanitiser dispensers at…

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