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Breakfast Networking - Protecting your IP when Crowdfunding (A Cambridge Network event)

Breakfast Networking - Protecting your IP when Crowdfunding (A Cambridge Network event)

28 July 2016 Hauser Forum, 3 Charles Babbage Road, Cambridge CB3 0GT

We'll hear from crowdfunding platform SyndicateRoom about how crowdfunding works and can benefit IP-oriented businesses and JA Kemp will discuss how to identify and mitigate the IP risks involved at July's Breakfast meeting.

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OpenPlant Industry-Academia Networking Event: Platforms and Chassis for Plant SynBio

OpenPlant Industry-Academia Networking Event: Platforms and Chassis for Plant SynBio

25 July 2016 John Innes Conference Centre, Norwich

The OpenPlant Forum is the annual meeting of the BBSRC-EPSRC funded OpenPlant Synthetic Biology Research Centre. Funded under the Synthetic Biology for Growth programme, the Centre promotes interdisciplinary exchange, open technologies for innovation and responsible innovation for sustainable agriculture and biotechnology.

Cambridge Fintech Network

Cambridge Fintech Network

25 July 2016 Double Tree, Granta Place Mill Lane, Cambridge, CB2 1RT, United Kingdom

Everyone involved in fintech (financial technology) in Cambridge, or wants to know more about fintech, all welcome. Free entry. Meet in the bar at 7pm

Cambridge Summer Music Festival: Louise Alder and Gary Matthewman

Cambridge Summer Music Festival: Louise Alder and Gary Matthewman

25 July 2016 Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

Barnstorming young British soprano Louise Alder presents a vocal recital of art song and arias in the stunning setting of the Fitzwilliam Museum. Also featuring noted pianist Gary Matthewman.

Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce: Rules of Origin - Preference and Non-Preference

Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce: Rules of Origin - Preference and Non-Preference

25 July 2016 Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce Enterprise House The Vision Park Cambridge CB24 9ZR

The purpose of the course:
Let us explain the complex subject of origin, which are essential to understand, as the country in which a product is made can affect the import duty that is applicable.

Transition to Management

Transition to Management

25 July 2016 - 26 July 2016 Kindly Hosted by Barclays

The first line manager role is unique in organisations as this person is the one level who manages non-managers. This brings its own set of hurdles to overcome, and for people new to managing others there is a lot to learn.

Microsoft Excel - Intermediate (Learning Collaboration course reference: excinter)

Microsoft Excel - Intermediate (Learning Collaboration course reference: excinter)

25 July 2016 Sun House, 23 Queen Edith's Way, Cambridge CB1 7PH

This Excel training can be put to use immediately once you've returned to the office. You'll understand concepts you may have struggled with in the past, become familiar with a broad range of Excel functionalities and see your productivity soar as you use Excel more effectively and efficiently for your every-day tasks.

OpenPlant Annual Forum 2016

OpenPlant Annual Forum 2016

26 July 2016 - 27 July 2016 John Innes Conference Centre, Norwich

The OpenPlant Forum is the annual meeting of the BBSRC-EPSRC funded OpenPlant Synthetic Biology Research Centre. Funded under the Synthetic Biology for Growth programme, the Centre promotes interdisciplinary exchange, open technologies for innovation and responsible innovation for sustainable agriculture and biotechnology.

Cambridge Summer Music Festival: Academy of Ancient Music

Cambridge Summer Music Festival: Academy of Ancient Music

26 July 2016 St John's College Chapel, Cambridge

The leader of the Academy of Ancient Music, Pavlo Beznosiuk, directs the music of JS Bach, a repertoire for which the orchestra is particularly highly acclaimed.

Cambridge Summer Music Festival: Piatti Quartet

Cambridge Summer Music Festival: Piatti Quartet

26 July 2016 Little St Mary's Church, Cambridge

In a lunchtime recital demonstrating the breadth of its ability the Piatti Quartet presents Mozart’s staunchly classical String Quartet No.22 alongside a touchstone work of the early 20th century, Maurice Ravel’s masterful String Quartet in F major.

Microsoft Excel 2013 Training Course: Beginners

Microsoft Excel 2013 Training Course: Beginners

26 July 2016 This 1 day course can either be held at your premises or at the local Cambridgeshire venue in Cambourne on a date suitable for you.

Familiarise yourself with Excel formulas and many other Excel functions. This 1 Day Microsoft Excel 2013 beginners training course is available to run on most days, either at your own premises or at the local Cambourne Venue. Rates start from £340 + VAT. Please see below for more options.

Excel 2007/2010/2013/2016 Advanced - Formulae and Functions

Excel 2007/2010/2013/2016 Advanced - Formulae and Functions

26 July 2016 FROG, Great Shelford, Cambridge CB22 5NE

By the end of this course you will be proficient in the use of advanced formulae and functions, you will have gained an understanding of Formula referencing and be able to create multi function calculations.

CROWDFUNDING: The Myth and the Reality

CROWDFUNDING: The Myth and the Reality

27 July 2016 Cambridge Future Business Centre, Kings Hedges Road, Cambridge CB4 2HY

This crowdfunding event is aimed at anyone interested in raising finance for their business idea using crowdfunding – equity, debt and reward. It will aim to explain which is the most appropriate platform and what is needed before, during and after; alongside tips on how to create a successful campaign.

Imar: Sounds Green, part of Cambridge Summer Music

Imar: Sounds Green, part of Cambridge Summer Music

27 July 2016 Cambridge University Botanic Garden, 1 Brookside, Cambridge, CB2 1JE

In partnership with Cambridge Folk Festival, Ímar, a new Glasgow-based five-piece band includes an outstanding array of talent. “As soon as we all sat down to play together properly, it just worked,” says bodhrán player Adam Brown (RURA).

Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce: Fenland Quiz & Hog Roast

Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce: Fenland Quiz & Hog Roast

27 July 2016 Elgoods & Sons, Wisbech

If you want to bring the local business community together, where better to do it than the local brewery?
Connect with local business owners, decision makers and members of Norfolk Chamber of Commerce during a special evening of networking events, all taking place at your local brewery. It’s an evening not to be missed!

Cambridge Summer Music Festival: Gallicantus

Cambridge Summer Music Festival: Gallicantus

27 July 2016 The Round Church, Cambridge

Early music ensemble Gallicantus explores Lassus’ colourfully chromatic Prophetiae Sibyllarum, setting the Renaissance masterwork against contemporary responses in the unique acoustic of The Round Church, Cambridge’s oldest building.

Cambridge Summer Music Festival: Sounds Green – Ímar

Cambridge Summer Music Festival: Sounds Green – Ímar

27 July 2016 Cambridge University Botanic Garden

In this year’s fourth and final Sounds Green we welcome new Glasgow-based five-piece Ímar to Cambridge’s beautiful Botanic Garden ahead of their debut at the city’s Folk Festival later in July.

Webinar – Leveraging Big Data for Insights into Customers’ Psychology

Webinar – Leveraging Big Data for Insights into Customers’ Psychology

27 July 2016 Online webinar

Dr David Stillwell, Cambridge Judge Business School

BREXIT: Looking Ahead for Cambridge’s Technologies and Enterprises

BREXIT: Looking Ahead for Cambridge’s Technologies and Enterprises

28 July 2016 St John's Innovation Centre, Cowley Rd, Cambridge, CB4 0WS

The CETC aims to give you glances into possible futures for local businesses post BREXIT from Cambridge experts in business, science, policy and politics. Presentations, debate, Q&A.

Guest tickets for Cambridge Network Members at £15 available via the CETC website.

EU GDPR Webinar: The role of the data protection officer

EU GDPR Webinar: The role of the data protection officer

28 July 2016 GoToWebinar

The GDPR introduces tough penalties for data breaches. Fines of up to €20 million or 4% of annual global turnover – whichever is greater – can be enforced, depending on the severity and conditions of the breach.

Cambridge Summer Music Festival: National Youth Orchestra & Piatti Quartet

Cambridge Summer Music Festival: National Youth Orchestra & Piatti Quartet

28 July 2016 Trinity College Chapel, Cambridge

The National Youth String Orchestra are joined by the Piatti Quartet for a varied and beguiling programme of beloved works by Mozart and Elgar, offset by lesser-known gems by Howells and Josef Suk, a pupil of the great Antonín Dvorák.

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