Archived Cambridge Network Events
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 webinar on Tuesday 8th September
The ways in which we communicate have changed drastically over the last few months - new barriers require new solutions for effective communication.
An interactive session designed to identify your strengths and demonstrate how to use them for career success and job satisfaction.
A fun, practical workshop led by Sookio for Cambridge Network, in which you’ll learn how to tell your audience stories effectively through video and photography – ideally with just the tech you find in your smartphone. At 40 minutes plus time for questions, by the end of the session you’ll be armed with a set of techniques you can use to tell a story in a visually engaging way.
In this webinar, Susanne Hinde and Ceri Riddell of Hewitsons will discuss the options available to tenants who are looking to make alterations to their existing workspaces or need to downsize their workspace to make way for the “new normal”.
So many websites fail at accessibility for online sales - find out how to improve yours!
The Cambridge Network recruitment team is back, with our second Virtual Recruitment event of 2020!
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.
The growing threat of financial loss and business disruption from a cyber breach has placed security amongst the top priorities for organisations of all sizes. Led by Cyber Business Growth this session will focus on the trends we are seeing in the techniques and tactics of the threat actors and why SMEs are considered to be a soft target.
What does a good CV look like, and how do you create or finetune one?
Connected medical devices promise great benefits for patients, family members, doctors, and others. They can provide timely reminders, peer support, training, reduced costs or clinical trial data. However, they also have many risks. This webinar will explore some of the risks associated with connected devices.
As we begin to see the lockdown restrictions ease and consider how our businesses will function in the months ahead, it could be time to consider the impact on your employees’ wellbeing – mental, physical and financial - and how you can make sure your benefit provision is fit to support them in a post-lockdown world.
From IP management to machine learning and audio diagnostics; technical solutions, social sciences approaches and collaboration with clinical experts have come together to overcome the challenges of the pandemic. Effective tackling of COVID-19 requires agile approaches and flexibility to deploy existing knowledge in unprecedented ways and at a very fast pace. This event presents two highlights where University researchers and their partners made a difference.
For anyone needing to, or interested in making a career change, Simon Hall will cover all you need to know to make your move a success.
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 webinar on Wednesday 1st July.
The impact of Covid-19 on customer needs and behaviours has caused massive disruption to businesses across the world. Spending across most industries is down and there has been a shift in customer preferences from physical to online. Public safety has become a priority to both consumers and businesses.
In a world of current economic turmoil, we are pleased to have Fahad Kamal, Chief Market Strategist at Kleinwort Hambros to join us to outline current market events and suggest why it could be time to consider responsible investment.
Learn how to approach the data available to you to determine the effectiveness and impact of communications activities, plus strategies for effective data interpretation.
For this Cambridge Network webinar we’re pleased to welcome Richard Lewney, Chair of Cambridge Econometrics, who will shed light on the economic impact of the COVID-19 crisis and what the recovery might look like from a global and UK perspective.
This webinar will provide a taster session into exploring your company or team culture, how it differs from your competitors and give you some actionable steps and ideas to move your company culture forward – and take your employees with you.