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By Cambridge Network

The common saying 'No news is good news' means what you don't know won't hurt you. But for companies...

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By software training expert Karen Roem

Teaming up with Cambridge Network to deliver a short webinar during the pandemic has had some unexpected benefits...

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By Cambridge Network

If you're new to the process of interviewing and selection, or you are already involved and want to refresh your skills, it's worth bearing in mind these five key principles. They will help you master the...


By ThoughtRiver

Discover the formula for measuring deal velocity, learn how it can be improved, and how to ensure sales, procurement and legal are always aligned.

Cambridge Network CEO John Gourd

John Gourd, CEO, Cambridge Network

It’s no surprise that Cambridge Network and its members have risen to the challenges the pandemic has placed upon us.

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By Sam Eaton of MindAbility

The pandemic has forced us all to adapt to digital commmunication, opening up new mechanisms for connecting with other people. But how can you optimise this kind of networking for your business?

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By Cambridge Network

Are you new to a management role, or aspiring to move up to one so you can take on greater responsibilities? If so, you will benefit from these top tips. 

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John Gourd, CEO, Cambridge Network

How the Cambridge Network team was forced to take a break from work...

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By Ting Zhang, Founder & CEO  of

Reflections on four years of business development in challenging times...

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By Jamie Stenton, Business Development Manager at Lilac James Co.

A three-month project results in a 220% increase in search engine visibility.

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By Paul Jansen of runandjump ltd

A blog about adopting solutions from elsewhere...

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By Sue Keogh, founder and CEO of Sookio

The team at Cambridge Network was impressed by Sookio’s remote work experience opportunity for early-career marketeers, and would encourage other companies to think about offering something similar to people finding it hard to gain experience during the pandemic. 

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By eg technology

Case studies. A very dry, unengaging term describing the very life blood of your business – actual, contextual examples of your expertise. They really should have a more engaging name!

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By PragmatIC

Why Erik Langaker, the new Chair of the Board, believes PragmatIC’s unique technology is set to disrupt the semiconductor industry on a global scale, pushing the boundaries of conventional flexible electronics.

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By Steve Iddon of accentuate

A personal reflection on the skills needed to adapt in the face of uncertainty...

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Louise Rushworth, Cambridge Network's Events Manager

Winning one of the prestigious annual Queen’s Awards could make all the difference to your business.

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By Management Learning & Coaching Ltd (ML&C)

This post will examine how to use Micromastery to break down a potentially challenging skill: handling difficult conversations with your staff and making it easy to improve and gain confidence. It's a skill many managers are looking for right now, for example to help...

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By Simon Hall

My one, single, most important tip for nailing public speaking - The Loving It Ladder.

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By Ting Zhang, Founder and CEO of

As someone who has worked passionately at the forefront of UK-China international business, trade and investment for the past 25-plus years, I have been deeply upset by the seemingly overnight deterioration in UK-China relations following the UK’s decision to ban Huawei’s 5G...


By the HR Dept

With more people working remotely due to COVID-19, managers need to adapt in order to keep staff working well. Is employee surveillance software the right way to go or can it do more harm than good?