Councillor Richard West, Chairman of Huntingdonshire District Council, and Councillor Ryan Fuller, Deputy Executive Leader, hosted a visit on 2nd July 2018 from a delegation of officials from the Luqiao District of Taizhou City, Zhejiang Province.
The Hunts Post Business Awards will once again be hosted at the Burgess Hall in St Ives on the 2nd November 2018.
Warboys based England Marketing is to launch the East of England's first Food and Drink Research Hub.
Huntingdonshire manufacturers have the opportunity to hear two key speakers highlighting the areas of business support they can draw upon to assist the development of their organisation.
iMET is a specialist training and business development company which will support businesses operating in the region’s key growth sectors.
Hundreds of SME’s are benefitting from subsidised academic expertise and graduate talent through Anglia Ruskin's innovative KEEP+ Programme.
The Additive Manufacturing Technology Transfer (AM-TT) project offers local companies up to seven days’ free, targeted technical support. If you are exploring AM adoption for the first time, or are already making use of the technology but want to be sure you’re getting all you can from it, TWI have the equipment, the experience and the expertise to help.
Aseptika Ltd and Huntingdonshire District Council recently launched Active+TM - a new model for low-cost, community-based and life-long rehabilitation programmes for people diagnosed with long-term conditions such as Cancer, Cardiovascular and Respiratory disease – at the Eastern Academic Health Science Network Self Care and Prevention Event.
Since the beginning of the Financial Crisis, Local Government has been persistently at the front-line of reductions in general taxpayer spending. At the same time, the demands on our services continue to rise. In setting our budget last year we ensured that all expenditure was focused on the clear priorities that the Council set out in its vision for Huntingdonshire.
As key partners in the economic and social health of our District, Business feedback is essential and we would greatly appreciate you taking a few moments to complete our online survey.
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Outset Huntingdonshire offers a range of free business start-up support that can help you gain the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to start and sustain your own business.
A new £10.5 million skills centre at Alconbury Weald recently reached a key milestone when it was officially topped out and local businesses are being encouraged to engage with the new Facility.
Innovate2Succeed is a fully-funded programme designed to support ambitious SMEs that recognise innovation plays an integral role in their growth plans. It offers up to 7 days tailored support from an Innovation Adviser who can support your senior team to address important areas of innovation management
The iMET Centre at Alconbury Weald is a fantastic new training facility being developed to support growth and economic development in the East of England.