Cambridge Enterprise and Technology Club (CETC)
The Cambridge Enterprise & Technology provides a networking forum for business people, academics, technologists and service providers, together with a unique opportunity to learn about cutting edge technologies.
The Cambridge Enterprise and Technology Club has provided a local networking and learning forum for over 20 years.
The club's meetings usually take the form of evening seminars, preceded by a buffet. Although the club has a formal structure and programme of events, we strive for an informal atmosphere that allows members and guests to meet and talk with one another. A highlight of the club's year is the annual Garden Party.
We hold monthy meetings on a range of topics, with an emphasis on subjects relevant to local businesses. There is a focus on new technologies and their applications. Many of our members have experience in companies that have grown rapidly by developing new products and by expanding into new markets, so there is plenty of knowledge to share. We usually invite at least two expert speakers to make presentations at each seminar and a notable feature of the club is the ensuing Question & Answer session. As a result there is ample opportunity for discussion and members are abl to learn from each other's experiences as well as from the experts.
The club is a not-for-profit organisation, with no political affiliation. We are governed by a written constitution and managed by an elected committee of the members. We are very fortunate to be given generous financial support by NatWest Bank. We also receive valuable sponsorship from St John's Innovation Centre, TWI , the Marshall Group and Webtec Products Ltd.
You can join CETC either as an individual, a corporate member or as a student. To find out more please visit our website.
Cambridge Network members can join the Cambridge Enterprise and Technology Club (CETC) on 28 July for presentations, debate and Q&A on Brexit and Cambridge for the special rate of £15.
18 July 2016Read in full
Cambridge Enterprise and Technology Club's new season of meetings kicks off with Andrew Herbert from Microsoft Research, Ian White from Cambridge University and Keith Clarke from Arm UK, speaking on the subject of 'The Future of Computing'.
23 September 2005Read in full
Malcom Stamp OBE, the chief executive who has overseen the transition of Addenbrooke's from NHS Hospital to Foundation Trust, has been added to the panel of speakers for the CETC's seminar on 'Medical research at Addenbrooke's'.
28 June 2005Read in full