Cambridge Network Limited
Cambridge Network is a membership organisation based in the vibrant high technology cluster of Cambridge, UK. We bring people together - from business and academia - to meet each other and share ideas, encouraging collaboration and partnership for shared success.
|Address:||The Hauser Forum, 3 Charles Babbage Road, Cambridge|
|Membership type:||Corporate 6-20 (£250+VAT pa)|
Cambridge ideas have changed the world and will continue to change the world. The mission at Cambridge Network is simple – to encourage collaboration for shared success. We help raise Cambridge’s game, to compete on the world stage, by:
- Fostering closer relationships and sharing ideas between businesses, academia and individuals through a calendar of Member events
- Facilitating peer learning groups and sharing high quality training as the 'Learning Collaboration’
- Connecting people and companies for research and partnering through our knowledge of local expertise and our comprehensive member Directory
- Enabling member companies to find and attract quality candidates to work in Cambridge, through our high profile jobs board ‘Recruitment Gateway’
- Facilitating co-operation, action and resource sharing by being a focal point for organisations in the Cambridge region.
Deliberately mixing sectors and ideas, Cambridge Network has been the trigger for many productive relationships as business in the region has grown.
The Cambridge Network was founded in 1998 by an influential group comprising the then Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, now Lord Broers, with businessmen and entrepreneurs Hermann Hauser, David Cleevely, Nigel Brown, Fred Hallsworth and Anthony Ross, then head of 3i Cambridge.
Cambridge Network membership enables you to be an active part of the wider business community - contribute to local initiatives, collaborate with others and make your voice heard on matters of mutual interest.
Tunnelling under central Cambridge could provide a real solution to some of the city’s growing traffic congestion problems.
5 December 2017Read in full
Would you like to understand the different visions for better transport in Cambridge? Hear the expert on tunnels, see new types of vehicle such as Tesla cars, find out about the practical work already being done on travel planning and the futuristic thinking on drones in our region at Cambridge Network's open event 'The Future of Transport' on Thursday November 30th.
14 November 2017Read in full
Cambridge suffers from congestion at peak traffic times, often at its worst in the long winter evenings during school term times. But is there a way to alleviate traffic congestion? Can technology and new ideas help us now and in the future? And if so, what will the solution or combination of solutions be? Come and share ideas and opinions at a Cambridge Network event on Thursday 30th November.
31 October 2017Read in full
Cambridge Network’s ‘Diversity’ event this week focused on different aspects of inclusion and diversity within the private and public sectors, highlighting the benefits of successful policies in organisations large and small.
19 October 2017Read in full
The Cambridge Network recruitment event on Friday was a busy afternoon of workshops, talks and exhibitions. Over 20 companies joined us at the Hauser Forum to discuss their live vacancies with job seekers.
3 October 2017Read in full
Jobseekers - don't miss the opportunity to meet with a wide range of local employers at Cambridge Network's next Recruitment Event this Friday (29th September). Come along between 12pm and 4pm to learn about the latest vacancies from an impressive line-up of top Cambridge companies, including some of the region's most exciting and rapidly growing tech startups.
26 September 2017Read in full
Take a look into the fascinating field of medical robotics - where Cambridge companies are emerging as leaders - at the next Cambridge Network Business Lecture, which takes place next Tuesday (October 3rd) at the Hauser Forum.
26 September 2017Read in full
Are you an innovative SME seeking better understanding of R&D support and funding? Join Cambridge Network on Thursday 28 September for an interactive seminar on funding for growth and innovation, including R&D tax credits, innovation loans and other support.
12 September 2017Read in full
18 Jan 2018Hauser Forum, 3 Charles Babbage Road, CB3 0GT
How to recruit the perfect candidate – this session will adopt a practical approach, examining real life examples of the recruitment process from writing job descriptions to interviewing and making selection decisions.
23 Jan 2018St John's Innovation Centre, Cowley Road, CB4 0WS
This seminar is essential for all HR professionals, recruitment heads, and operational managers.
25 Jan 2018Hauser Forum, 3 Charles Babbage Road, CB3 0GT
The Power of Live Experience. If you want to deliver some marketing with clout, this talk by Ben Cole, Inspired, will show you how to create unique live events and experiences as a powerful and disruptive way to create impact for businesses and brands.
1 Feb 2018The Maxwell Centre, Cavendish Laboratory, JJ Thompson Avenue, CB3 0HE
Research talk run by Cambridge Network jointly with the Maxwell Centre. This term’s talk will feature Dr Laura Torrente, Department of Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology, talking about her work on nanoparticles and potential industrial applications ranging from catalysis to bio-imaging, energy materials and solar cells.
Breakfast Networking: GDPR for Marketers – the KISS approach to compliance (a Cambridge Network event)
8 Feb 2018Hauser Forum, 3 Charles Babbage Road, CB3 0GT
This event is to help marketers prepare for the change and to highlight the challenges and opportunities GDPR presents. Avoiding legal jargon, KISS will present some practical action points applicable to any business that is starting or already on the road to compliance.
20 Feb 2018The Holiday Inn Cambridge, Impington, CB24 9PH
Tate Cambridge & Russell Beck would like to invite you to our first Seminar of 2018. Being held in conjunction with the Recruitment Gateway at Cambridge Network.
7 Mar 2018The Bradfield Centre, 184, Cambridge Science Park, Milton Road,, CB4 0GF
As the scientific understanding of autism advances, it becomes clear we should all adopt an understanding of autism and how it can benefit the workplace. This talk, led by Jon Spiers, CEO of Autistica is for firms who want to capitalise on this untapped pool of extraordinary talents for commercial advantage and social good.
16 Mar 2018Hauser Forum, 3 Charles Babbage Road, CB3 0GT
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 16th March 2018.