We're building a vibrant home and collaborative creative community so that people can open hearts and minds to dream big and do bigger.
|Telephone:||07494 038 195|
|Address:||c/o CURUFC, 47 Grange Road, Cambridge|
|Membership type:||Professional Individual and Corporate < 5 (£50+VAT pa)|
CambridgeSpace are building a community of amazing citizens, makers, doers, social entrepreneurs, techies, innovators and change makers, all wanting to contribute to the upwards trajectory of Cambridge and to a better world. We want to inspire, to connect and to enable.
In partnership with Cambridge University Rugby Club, we are creating a home for our members to collaborate and discuss, challenge and be challenged, provoke and be provoked; a home where Cambridge’s amazing diversity of skills, experience and knowledge can come together to help individuals succeed and contribute to the greater good.
The provision of collaborative co-working has come about with the formation of a strong founding team, experts who are passionate about enabling change. We have established a supporter network across the University of Cambridge, Anglia Ruskin University, and prominent community working groups. Our own community includes associations with over 2,400 Cambridge-based creative thinkers and innovators and is supported by the THINK School of Creative Leadership, based in Amsterdam, Vancouver and Lisbon.
Come and be part of our rapidly-growing inspiring community of social enterprises, environmental companies and sustainable businesses - and anyone who wants to make change, however small, however local. We have a small co-working space and bookable meetings and event rooms. We run a programme of events to accelerate our members' and guests' personal and business growth. Please contact us to book a tour, or to discuss membership.
Next month CambridgeSpace will host a masterclass on the dark art of successfully facilitating workshops. This masterclass will be of huge value to anyone who wants, or needs, to run successful events involving any degree of interaction with your audience. It would be a great way of adding to your Continuing Professional Development.
26 October 2016Read in full
Join CambridgeSpace Camp for the first in its series "An introduction to improvisation to benefit your personal and professional life". Trainer, facilitator, actor and improvisation expert, Antony Quinn (@antonyquinn) will introduce this immensely valuable skill. It'll be huge fun too!
12 October 2016Read in full