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February 10 2010 - Yellow Pages directories are to undergo their most significant revamp in more than forty years since they were first produced in the UK, with their publication in a smaller compact size rather than traditional A4 format.   The change in size – a reduction of five centimetres in height and four centimetres in width – follows research amongst Yellow Pages users that revealed that the compact directory increased usage by seven per cent compared with the A4 format.   An overwhelming number – 85 per cent – said they would prefer to receive a compact format directory rather than a standard A4 size. In tests, a greater proportion of compact users than A4 users agreed it was easy to read, easy to use and a manageable size.   The reduction in size is being introduced for Yellow Pages directories published from the end of June this year and is a key ele... (more)

Cambridge Wireless Launches Discovering Start-Ups 2011

Cambridge Wireless has launched the Discovering Start-Ups 2011 challenge to find the very best in new cutting-edge technologies. The competition gives budding entrepreneurs the opportunity to kick-start their innovative ventures with cash prizes and services along with the dream opportunity to pitch their ideas and business plans to over 25 of the world's leading venture capitalists, angel investors and industry leaders including Google, Microsoft, Orange and Vodafone. Supported by the East of England Development Agency (EEDA), the Discovering Start-Ups initiative also comprises... (more)

Cambridge Wireless Discovering Start-Ups Winner Goes on to Global Success

Cambridge Temperature Concepts (CTC), one of the winners in the Cambridge Wireless Discovering Start-Ups competition at the end of last year, is one of six global finalists in the Qualcomm Ventures' QPrizeTM competition to represent Europe; and has already picked up a prize of 100,000 euros in venture financing. CTC, founded by a group of scientists from the University of Cambridge, has developed a non-invasive DuoFertility fertility monitor to help couples start their families. It uses a wireless patch that measures physiology 20,000 times a day and transmits the results for ex... (more)

ClearView Sponsors Australasian Business Continuity Summit

As part of its commitment to a global client base, ClearView is delighted to confirm sponsorship of the Australasian Business Continuity Summit in Sydney on 8th and 9th June 2011. The Australasian Business Continuity summit is organised jointly by the BCI Australasian Chapter and Continuity Forum and will be held at the Sofitel Wentworth Hotel in Sydney. It is the principal annual business continuity event in Australia and New Zealand that is organised by subject matter experts and draws attendees from all over the Region and internationally. ClearView will be demonstrating its ... (more)

One Month Left to Enter Cambridge Wireless' Discovering Start-Ups 2011

Ambitious new tech start-ups, inventors and budding entrepreneurs only have one month left to enter the Cambridge Wireless Discovering Start-Ups 2011 competition and get the chance to pitch to leading venture capitalists, angels and industry investors. Representatives from Microsoft, RIM, Nokia, Vodafone Ventures, Qualcomm Ventures, Innovacom, Broadcom, Orange and ARM are among those lining up to pick the winners and provide expert advice. "Win or lose, where else would you get the chance to get in front of 25 of the world's leading investors in one day," said Dr. Soraya Jones, CE... (more)