Dougal Shaw, BBC: CEO Stories (a Cambridge Network event)

Cambridge Network Event

Dougal Shaw, BBC CEO Stories

Join Dougal Shaw, who reports entrepreneurship stories for the BBC, for a couple of hours on Tuesday 13th February 2024 (4 - 6pm) to explore CEO stories from around the UK, at this Cambridge Network event.

In his regular BBC interviews Dougal Shaw uncovers the ways CEOs tick, shares their stories and their best lessons learned in bitesize chats.  Since 2019, he has interviewed entrepreneurs from the worlds of marketing, drones, games companies, skincare, language tech and many others. He’s talked to big name brands such as Pearl + Dean, HomeServe, Saatchi and Saatchi to small businesses such as Child’s Farm and Humble Crumble extracting key points from their careers so far that they’d like to pass on.

His entrepreneurship series, CEO Secrets, has now become a book and we’re delighted to welcome Dougal to share some of the stories and his observations of some of the most entrepreneurial CEOs in the UK.

Want to know what CEO’s think? Come along and get some inspiration for your own journey!

See who Dougal’s interviewed so far on the BBC website here.  

The session will take place between 4 - 6pm on Tuesday 13th February. Please sign up to attend so we know numbers. Registration, coffee and networking from 4pm, talk and Q&A from 4.30-5.30pm with a bit of time at the end for more networking. 

To attend:

  • Cambridge Network members - attend fee free of charge (included in our Directory).
  • Members of the University of Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin University - attend free of charge
  • ideaspace members and Cambridge Enterprise portfolio companies - attend free of charge

Click on Book Now, then click the login link on the next page to receive your member discount. Alternatively, email to set / reset your password.

Non-members - attend this session at a fee of £50+VAT. You may wish to join as a member from £100+VAT and come along to many other events for free or at member rates!

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