10th anniversary Cleanpower & Smart Grids Conference Summit 2019, an executive event on the Grand Challenges of clean growth, reaching its 10th birthday in Cambridge this summer. The conference will approach these innovation challenges of clean energy systems (smart grids) and energy storage via connectivity, AI and data and materials.
Examine how to identify and manage risk at individual, group and organisational levels and how planning for a flexible response is key to managing risk and keeping your strategy execution on track.
Our UK Innovation conference and workshop will take place on 22-23 May at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC), Coventry. Join us to gain insight into ANSYS' pervasive engineering simulation strategy and product release news, listen to industry-speakers showcasing their use of ANSYS simulation, network with peers plus much more
Dine with the CTO of ghd & VP Smart Devices at Coty who will give an after dinner talk on creating a winning product development strategy.
South Cambridgeshire District Council is offering workshops that will provide a chance for local businesses to:...
This interactive workshop will take you through the phases of development of an electronic product from concept through to manufacture. Using the iconic Raspberry Pi’s development journey to provide a context Pete will discuss, the “what if” mindset, getting to your minimum viable product and the challenges for manufacture.
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.
May brings our Mixer event, where we invite you to join us to network and hear a special guest speaker who will inspire you on your entrepreneurial journey, help you build your business and help you become the leader you want to be.
We invite you to join us online to hear Onyi Anyado, who will inspire you on your entrepreneurial journey, help you build your business and help you become the leader you want to be.
For our 6th Meetup, we're treating you to two fabulous speakers who will provide top tips for making your events bigger and better. You'll be surrounded by friendly event nerds, able to grab a drink, and even have the opportunity for a game of bowls too!
The aim of this course is to manage long documents more easily with the use of Styles and Indexes. The course will generally provide lots of tips and effective ways of navigating through a document more quickly and easily along with faster formatting.
Do you know the importance of mental health in the workplace? How can we create an atmosphere of better mental health?
Join this webinar to gain an overview of applications typically beyond the capabilities of CAD-embedded FEA simulation software, see a product demonstration highlighting the connectivity to MCAD and gain an overview of the capabilities and applications of the ANSYS Mechanical family of tools (Mechanical Pro/Premium/Enterprise)
We are delighted to be bringing back the Open Air Cinema and Night Markets for 2019 with 8 fantastic films for you and your family to enjoy!
Mental Health Mates walk this Sunday - end April (and the last Sunday of every month thereafter).
Gain essential strategic knowledge, skills and insight to drive performance.
Visio is an invaluable tool to create diagrams & Flow Charts. This 1 Day Microsoft Visio 2010 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.
To help you explore your leadership potential and give you the tools you need, The ONE Group have partnered with Talent Development Coach, Shaun Beck from Inspire-Ignite Coaching & Training to bring our latest workshop.
On the occasion of the Ambassador of Sweden's visit to Cambridge, with Dr Gustav Källstrand, and in partnership with the University of Cambridge and Trinity College, discover more about the history of Nobel Prize and what it is like to win
An intensive full-day training on specifying and developing IoT deployments given by Nick Hunn. Places are limited to 30 so book early to avoid disappointment.
In 1930, the economics John Maynard Keynes looked forward to the prospects for his grandchildren, arguing that technological innovation, the miracle of compound interest, and the natural limits of human consumption, would mean those of us alive today are working a 15-hour week and living in comfortable luxury. Instead of the widespread technical unemployment that Keynes predicted, employment levels are at a historical high and unemployment is at its lowest for 50 years. Despite this, consultants and anti-capitalists alike continue to predict the imminent ‘end of work’.