Archived Cambridge Network Events
If you are a job seeker looking for a new opportunity, make sure that you put this date in the diary! Our upcoming Cambridge Network Recruitment Evening will be held at the Postdoc Centre in Eddington, Cambridge on Tuesday the 2nd July 2019, from 6pm - 9pm
Join UNEP-WCMC’s Katie Leach as she discusses how a new tool can reveal how your business depends upon and affects the environment – and how it could be at risk when that environment changes.
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 14th June 2019.
High Streets are facing many challenges and several are struggling to find their place in the 21st century. There are opportunities for High Streets to remain the hub of a vibrant urban community, supporting visitors, commuters, residents and employees. How can the city centre remain a great place to visit as well as meet the needs of communities?
The future promises incredible advances in technology, including electric and autonomous vehicles and brand-new ways to move. Through a culture of innovation, partnership and university support Magna is defining and creating the future of mobility. Start-ups and researchers – we look forward to meeting you at this exciting event.
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We are excited to have Elizabeth Churchill in Cambridge on 28th May. Please register if you would like to meet and hear her speak.
Cambridgeshire companies often do well at the Queen’s Awards each year. Winning one of the prestigious annual Queen’s Awards is not only a chance for some positive publicity but can boost both sales and employee engagement. But the region could do even better! Come and find out how and why you should enter.
This Breakfast Networking session, led by Cambridge TV, will give you an introduction into how to produce podcasts for your company and why you might consider them.
Cambridge Network is delighted to be supporting Learning at Work and Workplace Health Week. See below for our free workshops on 15th May - sign up now!
Have leaders shot down your ideas for innovation?
This workshop is for engineers, scientists and their leaders.
Job seekers please join us for our biggest recruitment event within our series. Our May 2019 Jobs Fair is shaping up to be our busiest yet.
This group brings together managers who are new to the role of managing people. It is a collaborative learning group, focusing on empowering attendees to identify common challenges then identify practical solution.
Don’t miss Onespacemedia’s founder and MD James Cotton as he talks about what to focus on to create a website that will turbocharge your business.
In this breakfast session Kent Height from Beyond Media will share ‘How we helped one business achieve £100m in sales’, presenting tactics and strategies that businesses of all sizes and from any industry sector can utilise to help grow their business.
Many employers are struggling to find the staff they need. What can you do to ensure this situation is not exacerbated after we leave the EU?
This talk will focus on a world where information about proteins and their behaviour transforms our understanding of how the biological world operates, and helps all of us make better decisions about how we diagnose diseases, develop treatments and maintain our personal well-being.
Are you looking for a career change in 2019? If you are, make sure that you put this date in the diary! The Cambridge Network Recruitment evening February 2019, will be held at Eddington, Cambridge on Tuesday 26th February 2019, from 6pm - 9pm.
China is the biggest online market in the world, with 800 million internet users. This market could double in size in the coming years as the wider population gets online. How can you benefit?
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 15th February 2019.
If you need to develop your management skills but don’t have time for an MBA, then ‘Micromastery’ could be for you. Robert Twigger observed that learning small things, often, can be especially effective. This event will explain how you can apply ‘Micromastery’ in your working day and develop your skills over time.