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Making the Most of Cambridge Network Membership - Lunchtime Seminar

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We would like to invite potential and new members of the Cambridge Network community – or existing members interested in learning more about our organisation – to this informal seminar and networking lunch on Friday 10 May 2013.

‘Making the most of Membership’ is an information exchange, over a light buffet lunch, aimed at promoting the benefits of active involvement in the Cambridge Network.

Cambridge Network offers a range of different services and this event will give new and potential members the opportunity to explore the various opportunities available, including:

• Marketing and PR - the ability to promote your business on this website

• Events – a choice of meetings for networking, sharing ideas and building relationships

• Learning – a diverse calendar of peer learning groups and high quality training courses

• Recruitment – a dedicated jobs board to enable members to find and attract high calibre candidates

The good news is that, together, we can:

•        Improve the profile of Cambridge as a source of high technology ideas/enterprise

• Improve the profile of your organisation/client as part of ‘the Cambridge Phenomenon’

• Ensure continuing success easily, with you and your staff attending events and using simple tools on our website.

From 12pm (registration) – 2pm on Friday 10th May at the offices of Cambridge Network, we will share with you Cambridge Network’s plan for achieving these benefits.

To book onto this event please go to – http://www.cambridgenetwork.co.uk/events/mtmom-10-may/

This talk is part of the Cambridge Network events series.

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