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

Challenging Times

Let’s face it, life is full of challenges - whether we seek them out or desperately try to avoid them. Laura Dain’s Challenging Times workshop for CBN members on 21 May looked at ideas for facing challenges effectively by recognising our own typical responses and identifying the kinds of pitfalls many of us experience...

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Playing Nicely Is The Key To Best Behaviour in Business

How many of us have seen childish behaviour in the workplace? It happens more than you think said Jane Malyon who led a session for CBN Members called ‘Play Nicely – Best Behaviour in Business’ on Thursday 1st May at Newnham College...

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

Joint event with St Mary's and AWISE

Thu 20 Nov: 6.30 - 9.00pm

St Mary's School, Bateman St, Cambridge


Request for research participants

How do women experience stories of birth? A PhD student at the University of Central Lancashire is conducting research into how mothers understand and construct meaning around birth.

Is it always about a bright idea?

Cambridge Judge Business School 17th September 11.00 - 14.00. Speaker Shakil Khan.

Cambridge AWISE 20th Anniversary

Cambridge AWISE cordially invites you to an event to celebrate our 20th anniversary on 2nd Oct 2014 at Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge.