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.
Getting to grips with social media
At our April event, CBN members were lucky enough to have any fears or confusion about using social media dispelled by two experts, as well as enjoying the opportunity presented by all CBN events to meet other members and hear their news. Ann Hawkins is a business growth strategist, author of New Business: Next Steps published by Pearson, founder of The Inspired Group and The Business Hub and owner and presenter of The Social Media Show; and Liz Weston (photo) is the Founder of Weston Communications and combines eight years award winning experience of PR and marketing with social media to produce exceptional results for her clients...
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...
Most events are open to non-members so come along and see for yourself; learn, network and have fun.
Wed 20 May: 6.30 - 9.00pm
Lucia Windsor Room, Newnham College Cambridge
Tue 23 Jun: 6.30 - 9.00pm
Cambridge Botanic Gardens
Wednesday 11th March 3.30pm There is more to touch than meets the eye: The role of touch in consumer behaviour
The BBC are holding face to face auditions in Cambridge for the series on Tuesday 3rd March and Wednesday 4th March
Events include: Outstanding Women of Achievement lecture series - Harriet Lamb, Barbara Sahakian, Sophie Hannah, Ceri Goddard, Hazel Thompson and Helena Kennedy.