#119 The Business Hub Show Podcast 17 June 2012Posted by Ian on Jun 17, 2012 in Podcasts | 1 comment
In this week’s show we look at the local business news, how a university graduate set up a car auction business in Cambridge, In this weeks financial insight Mark and Garry discuss how current world events are impacting small businesses. and finally, how Cambridgeshire County Council and Trinity collage teamed together to launch a new bank to support and grow local small businesses.
Emma Howgego gives us the latest updates in this weeks business news.
Interview with Simon Taylor, Owner of Cambridge Car Auctions, who only graduated from university a year ago and has already set up his own business – Cambridge Car Auctions. Simon talks to Mark about his journey through education and how he got to this point of his business journey and what Simon believes the future holds.
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Interview with Councillor Nick Clarke Leader of the Cambridgeshire County Council and non-executive director of Cambridge and Counties Bank – Nick discusses a new scheme that uses pension funds from Cambridgeshire public services to support and grow local small businesses which has been launched. The newly created Cambridge and Counties Bank is jointly owned by the Cambridgeshire Local Government Pension Fund and Trinity Hall, a College of the University of Cambridge.
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