In-Cumbria has teamed up with the experts from David Allen IT Solutions to launch our ‘Don’t trash your tech’ campaign, to help businesses recycle old tech into the Cumbrian community.
One of Cumbria’s most famous chefs and entrepreneurs is preparing to launch his own TV channel.
- Cutting-edge renewable energy tech developed
- Cumbria 'Mega-projects' event will provide basis for journals and lectures
- Cumbria businessman lauded nationally as visionary
- Suppliers wanted for £300m BAE site
- Campaign to attract major retailers to Kendal
- Cumbria businessman's parody is viral marketing hit
- BT announces raft of new Cumbrian jobs
- Two retail giants quitting Carlisle (34 comments)
A Cumbrian-based motorway services firm has walked away with a gong at the Observer Food Monthly Awards.
The latest installment in the In-Cumbria insights series saw in-Cumbria speak to Brathay Trust chief executive Godfrey Owen. He revealed how the trust doesn't just work with young people but businesses round the globe.
A leading nuclear expert from Sellafield is set to spend three years in Austria working for the International Atomic Agency in Vienna.
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An increasing number of Cumbrian companies are turning to cloud-based services to streamline their businesses.
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