There are still a few places left on a number of Cambridge Awards Week events for anyone who is still to book.
Last chance to book Cambridge Awards Week event places
From 17.30- 19.30hrs on Monday 19 March Trade Winds, Cambridge Cleantech’s inaugural Wind Energy Special Interest Group event, takes place. This free event is a briefing on wind energy markets and opportunities, taking place at Eversheds, Kett House, Station Road, Cambridge. Email email@example.com to book.
On Wednesday 21 March at 10am is Social Business, a day of presentations and demonstrations on social business for senior managers from social media for business experts Social Bear, followed by a networking lunch. 1 Riverside, Granta Park www.socialbear.co.uk. The event is free.
On Thursday 22 and Friday 23 March is a two-day event from Cambridge Network that offers delegates an individually crafted programme of meetings with leading University of Cambridge researchers and new technology companies. Incoming delegates outline their areas of interest and Cambridge Network sets up meetings with relevant people. More information at www.cambridgenetwork.co.uk/corporategateway
Also on Thursday 22 March Cambridge Wireless is hosting ‘Improving the User Experience in the next decade’ along with Philips Research and Granta Park. Focussing on emerging lifestyle scenarios and the methodologies by which new technologies can match their users' needs and expectations to provide an intuitive and satisfying user experience. Visit http://www.cambridgewireless.co.uk to book tickets. Philips Research Laboratories,101 Cambridge Science Park. The event is free to members of Cambridge Wireless and £150.00 plus VAT for non members.
One Nucleus is hosting two free events on Friday 23 March. At 9.30am there is the chance to network and hear more about Nuesentis, Pfizer’s new research unit. With ‘Partnering with Neusentis, an entrepreneurial Pfizer research unit at the forefront of the new pharma R&D model’ at 1 Riverside, Granta Park. The morning will finish with a networking lunch between 12:00-13:00. This will be followed by ‘Smart Working or Engineered Serendipity? Knowledge Management in practice’ a two-hour event by RiverRhee Consulting for anyone in business with a genuine interest in improving the way they do their work and how interacting with others can help them. This takes place at the Seminar Room, The Portway Building Granta Park. To book for these events visit www.onenucleus.com/onenucleus-events.
On 23 March Camyoga, Cambridge’s only dedicated yoga centre, is launching corporate de-stress days with free introductory workshops for local companies.The de-stress days are for both management and team members and aim to bring about positive change in both individual well-being and interactions with others. Contact Rebecca 01223 firstname.lastname@example.org. Camyoga Centre Thomas House, 14 George IV Street (off Hills Road), Cambridge.
BioMed Realty has been part of Cambridge's world-class life science community since the acquisition of Granta Park in 2012. Granta Park is a 477,230 square foot business estate in one of the most reconised areas for science success globally and is home to leading companies, including Sosei Heptares, Astrazeneca, Illumina, PPD Global, and One Nucleus.