Latest updates and stories from Bedfordshire Chamber of Commerce and its Members

Former F1 World Champion inspires Cranfield Motorsport MSc students

Damon Hill OBE, former Formula 1 world champion, recently visited students at Cranfield University studying towards their Advanced Motorsport Engineering MSc and Advanced Motorsport Mechatronics MSc courses.
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Phase One of The Woodlands Event Centre at Wyboston Lakes Resort nears completion

At Wyboston Lakes Resort, work is almost complete on the first phase of a total transformation of the upscale conference and events venue that will now be known as The Woodlands Event Centre.
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Velocity Growth Hub to merge with Northamptonshire Growth Hub

A new single business brokerage service will improve support on offer for businesses.

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7 ways to improve well-being in the workplace

Managing a workforce of multiple personalities, likes, dislikes, learning abilities and working preferences is a task in itself.

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Plant One On Us

Local charity and community forest, the Forest of Marston Vale is launching an exciting new programme to increase tree planting within the Forest.
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New bursary will open up world-class management education to the third sector

A new bursary will open doors for employees working within charities and not-for-profit organisations to allow them to gain a world-class management education qualification.
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Barclays & Cranfield University help entrepreneurs take flight with aviation technology hub

Innovation centre for ‘AvTech’ to open in December, with advice and mentoring for SMEs to accelerate their business and access to world-class experts and facilities
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Chamber takes on its youngest member

Need a gift? Chocolate makes you fat, flowers die quickly, wine is expensive. You need SPIKE!

Spike Cacti is the brainchild of Jonny Williams - The Chamber’s youngest member at just 10 years old.

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Gigabit demand sees funding drop to £2,500 for businesses

The Department for Media, Culture and Sport announced that its Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme had thus far been a resounding success. Citing 7,000 claimants of gigabit vouchers, covering businesses and consumers, it has been heralded as affirmation of t

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