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AstraNet, www.astranetsystems.com is a splendid micro-business based in Kingston near Cambridge. It has developed its own spectrophotometer and is supplying this directly and through distribution to customers world-wide. And it’s just won a presiguous industry award. (more…)

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I’ve recently rediscovered the value chain. Actually I’ve never lost it but I’ve found it increasingly valuable as I work with more start-ups and small companies through my work with CUE and the St John’s High Growth Coaching program. It’s a simple way of taking people through the analysis of what their companies need to be doing and where they needed to be focussing their management time. (more…)

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Shen Wei, CUE president, JDJ and Suzanne Oliver, HLBBShaw

I attended, and participated in, the Cambridge University Entrepreneurs (CUE; www.cue.org.uk) ‘Entrepreneurs’ 5K challenge’ training event today. It was attended by about 70 very keen (it was Saturday afternoon) and clearly smart budding entrepreneurs from Cambridge University and I was one of 5 speakers. My topic was ‘routes to market’ and I had a brief which posed 3 questions which were a challenge to address in just 30 minutes. (more…)

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This is a guest blog entry from Sarah Jaggers of managingchange. Click here for managingchange’s web-site. Sarah works with companies to help their people achieve their performance, development and career goals. She also works to support internal coaches within organisations. (more…)

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