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.
|Telephone:||01223 746 801|
|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.
Canadian companies visiting Cambridge in November - part of a cross-European matchmaking mission to find collaborative partners - would like to hear from potential industrial partners from several sectors.
25 September 2018Read in full
Arm and Samsung Foundry push the possibilities of semiconductor manufacturing with industry’s first eMRAM compiler and new physical IP offerings on advanced process nodes including 7nm and 5nm
21 June 2018Read in full
The Cambridge Network celebrates its 21st birthday this year, proving its success as one of the world’s most effective and best-established business networking organisations.
12 June 2018Read in full
Cambridge Network's latest Job Fair, held last week at the new Post Doc Centre at Eddington on the Northwest Cambridge site, attracted more than 300 potential candidates.
15 May 2018Read in full
Emirates, one of the world's fastest growing airlines, starts daily routes from Stansted Airport this summer, connecting the Cambridge region with Emirates’ global network of over 154 destinations worldwide.
1 May 2018Read in full
Cambridge Network is seeking your help to put Cambridge on the 'Learning at Work Week' map. The theme in 2018 for this annual event is ‘Networked for Learning’ - find out more at a lunchtime event next Tuesday (10th April).
3 April 2018Read in full
Have you developed - or are you looking to create - a healthcare solution based on digital technology? If so, you stand the chance of winning £20,000 and mentoring opportunities from MedImmune, the global biologics research and development arm of AstraZeneca.
13 March 2018Read in full
27 Sep 2018Future Business Centre, King’s Hedges Road, CB4 2HY
How to get yourself, or your company noticed by the media, and the benefits that free and authoritative publicity can bring your business.
2 Oct 2018Hotel Felix, Whitehouse Lane, Huntingdon Road, CB3 0LX
Ensuring your business has the right reward package, including salary, bonuses and other incentives is vital to talent attraction and retention.
4 Oct 2018Hauser Forum, 3 Charles Babbage Road, CB3 0GT
An interactive session designed to help employers recognise the cost of poor mental health on their business and how to reduce this.
10 Oct 2018Postdoc Centre at Eddington, 105 Eddington Place, CB3 1AS
Join us and partners (The One Group, Your People Potential and MC Works) at our morning focusing on health, and mental health, in the workplace. Key Speaker: Prof Dame Carol Black, University of Cambridge.
18 Oct 2018Hauser Forum, 3 Charles Babbage Road, CB3 0GT
Your company branding is more than a logo, it is the encapsulation of your company’s proposition, values and beliefs. Demonstrating what your branding stands for is crucial for potential new recruits. This talk, by KISS Communications and Go Vocal Video will show you what you can do to improve your brand.
24 Oct 2018Hauser Forum, The Entrepreneurship Centre, 3 Charles Babbage Road, CB3 0GT
Our October speaker will be entrepreneur Dr Shamus Husheer, CEO of Heartfelt Technologies. A technologist and CTO with a track record in Angel fundraising and rapid commercialisation of technology, Shamus will be talking about why he formed Heartfelt Technologies after Cambridge Temperature Concepts and why he hasn’t stayed in ‘wearables’.
1 Nov 2018Hauser Forum, 3 Charles Babbage Road, CB3 0GT
One of the biggest barriers for organisational growth is the creation of ‘silos’ in the workplace. This interactive mini-workshop is run by Cambridge Network member, Turning Factor.
27 Nov 2018Postdoc Centre at Eddington, 105 Eddington Place, CB3 1AS
If you are a job seeker looking for a new opportunity, make sure that you put this date in the diary! The Cambridge Network, Candidate Recruitment Evening will be held at the Postdoc Centre at Eddington, Cambridge on Tuesday the 27th November 2018, from 6pm - 9pm.
Joint Event with Lucideon: Drug-free Antibacterial Technology for Medical Applications (a Cambridge Network event)
14 Dec 2018Hauser Forum, The Entrepreneurship Centre, 3 Charles Babbage Road, CB3 0GT
Infection has become one of the toughest problems in the medical world. As bacteria become more resistant to drugs there are fewer effective antibiotics to fight against pathogens. There is a huge need for development of antibacterial materials and surfaces as complementary measures for infection control and management.
17 Jan 2019Hauser Forum, 3 Charles Babbage Road, CB3 0GT
How AI is turning the humble ‘Comments’ box into the darling of user experience research
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