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Saturday, 01 August 2015

Pipeline most promising for years

andhmw Experts say the pipeline of potential business sales and mergers in Cumbria is the most promising for years.

Must know buying and selling

For sale sign Looking to buy or sell a business? Make sure you have read this first.

Card crazy

Are your business cards any good? That’s the question we aimed to answer by speaking to renowned global marketing expert Geoff Ramm.

A guide to setting up your own B&B business

Guesthouse photo If you don’t mind sharing your home with strangers and if you enjoy meeting new people then a bed and breakfast business could be great option of a new career or business.

Business of the Month: Baines Wilson

Baines Wilson Our Business of the Month for July is Baines Wilson. As well as giving an insight into turnover and growth plans, the firm identified its most influential Cumbrian business leader.

Even Einstein asked questions

peter fleming Business Doctor Peter Fleming, tells us how to find the right answers to solve pressing business issues.

Cumbria's best business cards

Cumbrian business cards

In-Cumbria is looking for some of Cumbria’s best business cards, not for the most important people but the most innovative use of design.

Ten minutes with... John Noone

John Noone One of Cumbria’s newest managing directors, John Noone, gave his first impressions of the county’s business scene in this week’s Ten Minutes With interview.

Spam importance

Spam Constantly receiving spam emails is not only be frustrating but they can also, be a security risk to your computer systems.

How to offer wifi

S91794B Offering your customers guest wi-fi access is becoming the norm for businesses now, but how do you set it up?

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News archive

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New technology boosts Sellafield clean up

A major nuclear decommissioning project has taken a massive leap forward with the arrival of a new piece of equipment.
Jul 27, 2015 4:51:19 PM
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Music festivals bring millions to Cumbria

Deputy features editor of The Cumberland News, Mark Green, takes a look at music festivals in Cumbria and their impact on business.
Jul 28, 2015 8:08:12 AM
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Cumbrian firm becomes more eco-friendly

INNOVIA Films’ biodegradable NatureFlex packaging is now even greener.
by Julian Whittle Jul 28, 2015 12:53:22 PM
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Carlisle's city centre BHS store to close

One of Carlisle’s biggest shops is to close.
Exclusive By Kelly Pattison Jul 24, 2015 12:18:22 PM

Bus tour to help StartUp Carlisle

A bus, offering free business workshops and advice to small businesses is coming to Carlisle next month.
Jul 27, 2015 7:58:49 AM
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Building boss Fred Story given six-month drive ban

Building tycoon Fred Story has been banned from the road after being caught speeding.
By Staff Reporter Jul 24, 2015 9:11:38 AM
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Health and safety praise for South Cumbrian firm

A major South Cumbrian manufacturing firm has secured a health and safety accolade.
Jul 24, 2015 10:34:03 AM

Bendalls win £1.25m Sellafield contract

Sellafield has awarded orders worth £1.25m to Cumbrian company Bendalls Engineering.
Julian Whittle Jul 27, 2015 12:32:16 PM

Safety breaches found at Sellafield

Inspectors have demanded action at Sellafield after it was revealed nuclear safety had been compromised.
Jul 23, 2015 11:02:06 AM
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Calls for better infrastructure at Cumbria nuclear build

The leader of Cumbria County Council says significant investment is needed in the area to support the construction of three new nuclear reactors.
Jul 24, 2015 8:44:11 AM
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Travelodge chain identifies Keswick for new hotel

Budget hotel chain Travelodge has unveiled plans to open 45 hotels in the next two years.
Jul 22, 2015 12:03:02 PM
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Plans revealed for nuclear skills college in west Cumbria

The first plans for a multi-million pound college to train the next generation of nuclear workers in west Cumbria have been revealed.
By Jenny Barwise Jul 23, 2015 11:40:44 AM

The latest edition of in-Cumbria magazine

in-Cumbria Edition 15 front The latest edition of in-Cumbria magazine is being read by thousands of businesses, here it is online.

The Edge supplement

IC The Edge Front Cover Take a look at our exclusive supplement about the work The Edge has been doing providing training across Cumbria.

Energy Cumbria magazine

EM Energy front February 2015 Here's the latest edition of our Energy Cumbria magazine.

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