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#FSBConnect Huntingdon

Thursday 18th October 2018 / 06:00PM
Join fellow business owners and entrepreneurs over a buffet in a friendly, informal environment at The Falcon in Huntingdon. #FSBConnect networking is held regularly on the third Thursday of every month at 6pm till 8pm in Huntingdon. £10 per person inclusive VAT, payable in advance. All welcome so why not bring a friend/colleagu​e. Attendees will be able to promote their business and hear others do the same; drinks can be purchased separately at the bar. Please contact kathleen.maclea​This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for any information about this event.

Cambridge International Manufacturing Symposium

27th & 28th September 2018 / N/A

The annual Cambridge International Manufacturing Symposium is the chance to hear from world-leading business figures and thinkers on the challenges facing modern manufacturing. It is a unique event that brings together senior industrialists and leading academics to share approaches and experiences in this strategic domain. Earlybird fee (bookings made by 27 July 2018) ◾Non IfM member - £585.00 plus VAT ◾IfM member - £526.50 plus VAT Standard fee (bookings made after 27 July 2018) ◾Non IfM member - £650.00 plus VAT ◾IfM member - £585.00 plus VAT

Informal Networking Evening – Huntingdon

Monday 1 October 2018 / 05:00PM

Our popular informal networking evenings continue to attract businesses of all sizes from a wide range of industry sectors and, most importantly, they’re 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 5.00pm.

The Hunts Post Business Awards

2nd November 2018 / n/a

The 21st annual Hunts Post Huntingdonshire Business Awards will once again be hosted at the wonderful Burgess Hall on the 2nd November 2018. Over 300 business personnel will come together to celebrate the best in business at the glittering awards ceremony which will once again be hosted by BBC Look Easts Stewart White.

Cambridge Service Alliance Industry Day Conference

3rd October 2018 / N/A

The world is undergoing a technological revolution. Technologies such as Artificial intelligence (AI) and Block-chains will transform the way we live and work, from the way we diagnose and treat cancer to the security of online transactions. This fourth industrial revolution is of a scale, speed and complexity that is unprecedented. These technologies became an important source of competitive advantage in both B2C and B2B businesses.

#FSBConnect Huntingdon

Thursday 18th October 2018 / 06:00PM

Join fellow business owners and entrepreneurs over a buffet in a friendly, informal environment at The Falcon in Huntingdon. #FSBConnect networking is held regularly on the third Thursday of every month at 6pm till 8pm in Huntingdon. Attendees will be able to promote their business and hear others do the same; drinks can be purchased separately at the bar.

Huntingdonshire Construction and Property Network

Friday 2 November 2018 / 08:00AM

The Network welcomes businesses from the construction or property industry in particular Developers, Contractors, Specialist contractors, Architects, Planning consultants, Civil engineers, Structural engineers, M&E engineers, Surveyors, Quantity surveyors and Property lawyers.

Informal Networking Evening – Huntingdon

Monday 5 November 2018 / 05:00PM

No other membership organisation gives you more opportunities to get connected with business people across Cambridgeshire every month – for free. Our popular informal networking evenings continue to attract businesses of all sizes from a wide range of industry sectors and, most importantly, they’re completely free to attend.

Ecosystem Strategy

15 November 2018 / 09:30AM

When designing new services it is important to bring them to market quickly and iterate delivery. Often, it takes a lot of time to build capacity and capability to fulfil customer's needs. This course will show you how through understanding your business' ecosystem and leveraging partnerships, you can deliver services quickly and effectively.

Open Innovation Forum Food & FMCG Pitching Event 2018

21st November 2018 / N/A

The Open Innovation ForumOI Forum Members brings together major global players in the Food, Drink and FMCG sectors from across the whole value chain: from ingredients and materials (Cargill and Treatt); through Packaging (Crown and RPC) and Process / Technology ( Domino, Cambridge Consultants, Campden BRI and Siemens); to Brand Owners (Mars, PepsiCo, Heineken, P&G, Pladis Global, Moy Park, LucozadeRibena, Fresca and Samworth) and Retail (Boots-Wallgreens). The Forum has three major purposes: Sharing best practice in Innovation; Exploring major trends and disruptors in the value chain; and Scouting for external solutions to shared Innovation Needs. Innovation Pitching Contest: The Forum membership have identified numerous business opportunities and challenges where they are looking outside of their own organisations to bring in external innovation. These needs range from new ingredients and materials; to novel products and services; new business models and ways of interacting with consumers; and means of improving manufacturing quality, efficiency and safety. Whether you are a start-up, university researcher, SME or a major business, the group are Open to hearing your ideas and innovations. This event provides an opportunity to pitch an innovative technology, product, process or business idea to senior leaders from the Forum membership. Getting ten minutes with just one of these major players would be a great opportunity, so imagine the potential impact of presenting ideas to twenty of them! Each pitcher receives feedback from this group of experienced “dragons” and a potential route into the innovation pipelines of these global leaders.