Archived Cambridge Network Events
Whether you're a current member, or are interested in joining the Network, and you'd like to learn more about what we can offer, join us at this informal seminar and networking lunch on Friday 22nd May 2020.
This breakfast event will be a taster session into exploring your company or team culture, how it differs from your competitors and give you some actionable steps and ideas to move your company culture forward – and take your employees with you.
UK mobile network operators are rolling out 5G coverage across many UK cities this year. It’s claimed 5G will revolutionize business and provide significant growth in the UK economy, but how will this be achieved? What applications can we use 5G for which will deliver benefits to users, businesses and large building owners &/or operators?
How do we cope with all the emails, texts, WhatsApp messages, requests for information, news articles being sent to us every hour of every day, let alone ensure we are paying appropriate attention to the things that are really important to us, both at work and at home? This 90 minute lively talk will show you how.
This breakfast session will focus on hints and tips which should be of value to all start-ups and those scaling up: getting the right team, having a market, good record keeping, contracts, cyber security, insurance and many more.
Job seeking in Cambridgeshire? Come and join the Cambridge Network recruitment team and exhibiting companies, at our first 2020 event.
Cambridge Network is pleased to be collaborating with the Institute of Continuing Education to bring you this event with Dr Alex Carter of the University of Cambridge, where he will explore the ways in which creativity can be fostered in your organisation, and the ways in which it cannot.
This talk will explore aspects of commercialisation of graphene, once hailed as a ‘wonder material’. Our speakers, Simon Thomas, CEO of graphene production company Paragraf, and senior technology analyst, Richard Collins from independent research company IDTechEx will talk about what is happening now with the commercialisation of graphene and what may happen in the future.
Today more than ever, businesses of all sizes recognise how their contribution to local communities and society at large adds value to their business. Speakers from Arm, Cheffins and the Cambridgeshire Community Foundation will talk about the benefits of companies engaging with their local communities and what they do to achieve this.
SEO will always be a changing arena but one thing remains static and that is Google’s intention to deliver the user with the best, most relative and most informative content against their search term. This presents an opportunity for smaller companies to compete with the internet giants.
Blockchain use is increasing as the technology evolves, providing simpler and more secure transactions across many sectors, from financial services to cryptocurrencies, from manufacturing to healthcare to retail. Our speakers, from Bango and NCipher, will talk about blockchain technology in the financial services industry.
Whether you're a current member, or are interested in joining the Network, and you'd like to learn more about what we can offer, join us at this informal seminar and networking lunch on Friday 17th January 2020.
If you are a job seeker looking for a new opportunity, make sure that you put this date in the diary!
The Cambridge Network Recruitment Event will be held at the PostDoc Centre, Eddington, Cambridge CB3 1AS on Tuesday the 26th November 2019, from 6pm - 9pm
Come to this breakfast session by Simone Castello, who will be exploring how and why you should be analysing your marketing efforts with Google Analytics to see if you’re making a return on your investment.
Well-designed workspaces not only provide excellent marketing opportunities and first impressions but can also significantly enhance the workplace experience. This talk will explore how great interior design can help form a clear corporate Identity, strengthen group dynamics and attract & retain productive, valued staff.
David Fairen-Jimenez, a Royal Society University Research Fellow in the Dept of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, will be this term’s speaker, talking about molecular engineering of porous materials and their possible applications in clean energy and drug delivery systems.
This mini workshop session will provide an introduction to dealing with emotions at work, help you to identify possible underlying factors and enable you to cope better at work and at home.
Cambridge Network’s business lecture series starts again this Autumn with a talk by Prof Nigel Slater from the Department for Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. This multidisciplinary department works at the interfaces between engineering, chemistry, biology and physics forming collaborations which one day will have a beneficial effect on society.
Join neuroscientist and globally recognized brain-based leadership expert Dan Radecki PhD from the Academy of Brain-based Leadership as he explores Psychological Safety - what it is, why it is important, and a practical approach to building it in ourselves and others.
Dallas area is currently the hottest business market in the US. Attend this FREE seminar by Richardson Chamber of Commerce to see why!