Connected Cambridge Special Interest Groups
CC runs a number of Special Interest Groups. If you have an idea for a Special Interest Group which is in the interest of the membership (and not just an opportunity for you to sell something!) as well as the energy to make it happen within our brand/infrastructure, then we want to hear from you. We will, however, be choosy and will respond to member feedback when deciding which SIGs endure and which do not.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07951721110 with details of your idea;
Connected Cambridge – Co-Creation (C4)
This group has been inspired by the positive interaction between Connected Cambridge and the ARU Enterprise Society. At our meeting on November 30th we undertook to:
- form a sub group of Connected Cambridge which supports very early stage enterprise projects like those from ARU Enterprise Society;
- offer (a modest amount of) advice, mentoring, encouragement, contacts;
- engage with ARU Enterprise Society events and activities and welcome them into Connected Cambridge Events;
- sustain and develop the relationship in the long term
for further information contact Mark Layzell on email@example.com and join our dedicated LI group by clicking here
Connected Cambridge – Career Transition Group
This group is designed for those who are in the middle of, or foresee in the near future, a need to make a significant change in their career. Whether you are moving to self employment, downshifting or upgrading to a fulltime job, the CTG aims to provide a forum for mutual support and advice.
The CTG holds monthly meetings at the CB2 Bistro, Norfolk Street. We aim for a mixture of presentations by guest speakers and war stories from among current members and CTG alumni. CTG events are free (beyond buying a coffee or glass of wine off the venue providers).
See Events Tab for upcoming meetings.
You may also like to join our Career Transition Group on LinkedIn.
Connected Cambridge – Financial Director’s Group
This group is designed for Financial Directors (or near equivalents) seeking to benchmark and update themselves on issues of relevance such as: Raising Finance, Top Tier Remuneration, Overseas Financial Legislation, Tax, Floatation or M&A.
The FDG holds private dinners at memorable Cambridge College locations where members network and learn together – sometimes with an invited speaker. These take place four times per year and are on an invitation only basis please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your profile if you would like to be invited.
The FDG is sponsored by PriceWaterhouseCoopers.