Archived Cambridge Network Events
Join Cambridge Network and Luminance for a discussion on how AI is revolutionising document review across the spectrum of legal practice areas, from M&A due diligence to insurance, real estate and eDiscovery.
Join us to explore how your organisation can support increased participation in physical activity to improve employee, community and business health, happiness and wellbeing.
Do you have a business plan for employee wellbeing, that includes more than a fruit basket and the occasional yoga class? As we begin to move out of the pandemic (whether you’re planning to return to the office or not), employees may expect their employer to have a wellbeing plan in place as the norm. Join us for tips on creating your own employee wellbeing strategy and plan of action.
Join Cambridge Network for a glimpse into the future of technology and innovation with PA Consulting. Their work explores the human, physical and digital worlds; analysing and observing human behaviour is at the centre of everything they do, underpinning work in the transport, energy, financial services, consumer, healthcare and life sciences industries.
Not all decisions are the same. Some are simple; “What shall we have for lunch?”; some are routine, “Shall I walk or cycle to work today?” and some are big, “Should we move house/emigrate/get a different job”. In B2B commerce, it’s just the same. If your solution is innovative, different or could have a major impact on the buyer’s business, then the buying decision is big. This webinar will provide insights into the phases of the buying process, how to recognise them and how to match your approach to achieve maximum impact.
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 online seminar on Thursday 25th March.
We will be discussing common IP ownership problems and provide practical solutions you can implement straightaway.
We last heard from Prof Barnard in September when she explained why law underpins every aspect of how Brexit will play out and how she could see we would only get a wafer-thin deal. We’re pleased to welcome Catherine back to give us an update now that 2021 is well underway, and invite you to take an active part in the discussion.
Many of us have been working from home for a while and may be developing aches and pains from sitting for hours at kitchen tables, the corner of the living room, back bedrooms…anywhere you can perch at a laptop. This webinar will give you the tools to help you to sit comfortably and relieve those aches and pains.
A New Year, new opportunities. Cambridge Network invites you to our first FREE virtual jobs & careers fair of 2021.
Join us for the first session of 2021 where we will be looking at what's happening with employee rewards now, and debate the questions that are coming up for the future.
Are you looking after a distributed team who is feeling a bit stretched at the moment? Do you want to conserve energy, do your own work as well as possible? You want to be generous with your time and like helping people. Are members of your team struggling with the new ways of working causing the important work life balance to tip?
Join us for a quick lunchtime fitness session with Joe Mitton of MittFit to reset your energy levels on Thursday 4th Feb.
MittFit owner Joe Mitton is joining us to share expert nutritional guidance to help stay productive and motivated throughout the day.
Get ready to explore the world of pre-production in conversation with Sookio's Head of Production Matt Harris and Chief Copywriter Rory Stobo.
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 online seminar on Friday 29th January.
NVIDIA recently announced its acquisition of Arm and the intention to develop a new global centre of excellence in AI research in Cambridge, creating a platform for innovation and industry partnerships in fields such as healthcare, robotics and self-driving cars. Join us to hear from NVIDIA’s David Hogan to discuss the company’s plans in Cambridge.
Good communications can help your business survive Covid, and thrive again when the pandemic is finally becoming just a bad memory.
Digital Molecular Technologies will transform chemical discovery, process optimisation and chemical manufacture. A new Innovation Centre in DMT, led by Professor Alexei Lapkin from the University of Cambridge, will accelerate access to pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, functional molecules and molecular materials through machine learning and robotics-based synthesis. Hear about what it can do for SMEs working in these areas.
For many people, our places of work changed radically in 2020. But how will we work effectively in the future? Will we be back in the office, prefer to be at home or have a hybrid arrangement? How will employers manage these changes in working habits, if agreed permanently? Share your thoughts, hear from different perspectives and learn some tips to help you to start your 2021 in the right place, wherever you may be.