Welcome to the
Cambridge Businesswomen's Network

The Cambridge Businesswomen's Network aims to offer regional women in business the opportunity to meet, forge contacts and extend their skills.

Our monthly events are open to women from all sectors of the business community including the professions, the public sector, large corporations and small businesses and are a great networking opportunity. Come along and join one of the liveliest networks in this region!

CBN is non-profit-making organisation run by members for members and our membership fees are vital to provide a supportive forum for businesswomen.

Latest updates

A Persian Feast

For our June 2015 event, twelve members and guests discoverd the perfumes and flavours of Persian cooking with Saba Alai. Cardomen, rose water, saffron, fresh herbs, cinnamon and turmeric created some wonderful colours and flavours in Saba's recipies. Her practical approach to cooking delivered a simple three course Persian meal for a dinner party...

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International Women's Day Event at Peterborough

On 25th March, CBN were invited by Peterborough IT Consulting Services, Diligenta - part of the Tata Group - to talk with female employees on the benefits of Networking. After the event Lauren Eley posted the following blog on their Intranet...

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Most events are open to non-members so come along and see for yourself; learn, network and have fun.

Chocolat Chocolat

Tue 22 Sep: 6.30 - 9.00pm

Newnham College, Sidgwick Avenue

The Connected Voice

Wed 21 Oct: 6.30 - 9.00pm

Newnham College, Sidgwick Avenue


There is more to touch than meets the eye

Wednesday 11th March 3.30pm There is more to touch than meets the eye: The role of touch in consumer behaviour

BBC Mastermind Auditions

The BBC are holding face to face auditions in Cambridge for the series on Tuesday 3rd March and Wednesday 4th March

Lucy Cavendish College 50th Anniversary

Events include: Outstanding Women of Achievement lecture series - Harriet Lamb, Barbara Sahakian, Sophie Hannah, Ceri Goddard, Hazel Thompson and Helena Kennedy.