27th December 2014

Jan 2015 Cambridge

Here’s a taster of the business events happening in and around Cambridge in January:

Destination Digital Women – ‘Digital Marketing’ workshop

Tuesday 13 January – 10:00 to 13:00

Melbourn Hub, 30 High Street, Melbourn, Cambridgeshire, SG8 6DZ

A digital workshop covering using social media for your business, building an effective online brand and e-business skills. Including using social media for business, curating your digital footprint, keeping safe online, building a website, using web analytics and building an effective online brand.

More information here

Before You Join – Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce (Cambridge)

Thursday 15 January – 17.00 to 19.00

Holiday Inn Cambridge, Lakeview, Bridge Road, Impington, Cambridge, CB24 9PH

An opportunity to connect with business people across Cambridgeshire every month – for free.  The Chamber of Commerce informal networking evenings attract businesses of all sizes from a wide range of industry sectors and are completely free to attend.

Your company doesn’t need to be a member of the Chamber to take advantage of this great opportunity to make new business connections – anyone is welcome to join us from 5pm.  It’s a relaxed but effective way to learn more about the local business community and make new connections.  Chamber staff will also be on hand, so if your company is considering joining the Chamber take the opportunity to ask about the benefits of  joining the network of Chamber members.

For more information call Peter Watts, the Chambers’ Membership Development Officer, on 07545 697799 or email p.watts@cambscci.co.uk

Best Practice For End to End Software Security – Software & Open Source SIG event

Thursday 15 January – 1330 to 1730

Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge

Software plays an important role in the development of products and applications in the wireless sector, and designing safe and secure systems is becoming increasingly important.  Whether in mobile, IoT or cloud, the main concern for users or administrators is security. The responsibility usually falls on the shoulders of the software engineer and system architect, however as security threats become greater the industry needs to help and share the responsibility.

This event will investigate the issue of security in software and provide guidance and advice on how to create more secure systems. Both engineers and managers can learn more from our speakers:

  • Rob Toulson Director, CoDE, Anglia Ruskin University
  • Craig Heath, Director, Franklin Heath Ltd
  • Richie Saville, CTO, Flexeye
  • Ian Pratt, Co-Founder and EVP of Products at Bromium
  • Nithin Thomas, CEO at SQR Systems

There will be ample time to network with delegates, speakers and SIG Champions at the event.

To follow this SIG on Twitter, @CambWireless, please use #CWSWOS

This event is FREE to members of Cambridge Wireless.  Tickets for non-members are £155 plus VAT via our website.

Sign up to join Cambridge Wireless as a member via our website and attend future events for free.

Before You Join – Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce (Milton)

Thursday 22 January – 0930-1100

Milton Hall Cambridge Ltd, Milton Hall, Ely Road, Milton, Cambridge, CB24 6WZ

All you need to know about the Chamber before you make that final commitment to join.

We’ll take you through the business services that will be included as standard within your membership package and the opportunities we will provide for you to promote your company. During the session we will also explain how we can help you get connected with others in the Chamber network and across the wider business community.

‘Before You Join’ is free to attend but please book in advance as places are limited to ensure everyone gains maximum benefit from the session.

To find out more or book your free place please call Bren Coleman on 01223 209811 for more details.

Destination Digital Women – ‘Set Up Your Own Home Office’ workshop

Monday 26 January  – 1000 to 1300

St Johns Innovation Centre, Cowley Road, Cambridge, CB4 0WS

With practical advice on how to set up a home office with tips on working on your own successfully, the workshop will also deliver guidance on how to set up a home office, wifi/broadband and use cloud services; organisation and time management; and where to go for help with basic business skills like tax, accounts, banking, and sales and marketing.

More information here

Cambridgeshire Export Club

Tuesday 27 January – 5 to 7pm

Moller Centre, (Study Centre or Tower Bar) Storey’s Way, Cambridge, CB3 0DE

This is an informal networking event for exporters or those considering it hosted by Cambridgeshire Export Club.  The Club provides a chance to exchange views with other exporters, and to keep up to date. Everyone involved in, or considering export  will benefit from participation.

These meetings will take place on the last Tuesday each month at the same time (5.00-7.00pm) at the same venue. You will find us in the .

Free to attend and no need to book in advance. Free parking is available on site. Click here for further information or contact Helen Bosett, Sector Co-ordinator, by email h.bosett@cambscci.co.uk, or call 01733 370809.

The Future is Already With Us – ‘How younger users of today’s technology will drive the technology of tomorrow’ – Future Devices SIG event

Wednesday 28th January – 1330 to 1650

ARM, 110 Fulbourn Road, Cambridge, CB1 9NJ

The world has changed significantly since the launch of the first smartphones only a few years ago.

This half day SIG event will take a look at how the evolution of mobile and embedded devices is closely linked to the needs and wants of the younger generation, and what this tells us for the future of wireless devices and communications. The users of those future devices are already actively adopting today’s technology and setting the demands for tomorrow – so we need look no further than at what those users are demanding for a glimpse into the future of devices.  The confirmed speakers are:

  • Chris Styles, ARM
  • Jason Fitzpatrick, Centre for Computing History
  • Jack Lang, Raspberry Pi Foundation
  • Steve Marsh, GeoSpock

To follow this SIG on Twitter, @CambWireless, please use #CWFD

This event is FREE to members of Cambridge Wireless. Tickets for non-members are £150 plus VAT. Join Cambridge Wireless as a member via the website and attend future events for free.

If you have any events in the Cambridge region in January that you’d like to promote please let us know in the comments below ….

Written by Davina Young @ Nwes

 

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