CAMBRIDGE CATALYST Issue 05

NEWS

Hoping to start a new career this new year? Make your way to Cambridge Network’s recruitment evening on 25 February, where you can speak to a range of companies about their current vacancies and take part in workshops. Taking place from 6pm to 9pm at the Eddington Postdoc Centre, the event begins with a talk from the sponsor, followed by a relaxed evening of networking. There will be around ten to 15 exhibition stands in the main room, plus there will be recruitment experts on hand to offer CV tips and interview technique advice. cambridgenetwork.co.uk Cambridge Network Recruitment Fair

HOW TO RUN A SUCCESSFUL CROWDFUNDING CAMPAIGN

Looking to grow your company’s equity through crowdfunding? Check out Allia Future Business Centre’s ‘How to run a successful crowdfunding campaign’ workshop on 26 February. Led by experts from the popular platform Crowdcube, this free session will look at the power of communities to drive investment, how to create and manage a successful raise and

more. You’ll be in safe hands with the Crowdcube team, who’ve helped almost 900 companies successfully raise a total of £690 million, attracting more than 750,000 registered investors to the site. Businesses that have raised with Crowdcube include Monzo, BrewDog, Pod Point, Freetrade, Pip & Nut, Mindful Chef, Mr & Mrs Smith and Grind.

GATHER: CAMBRIDGE FOR THE 2020 S

Station area co-working hub WeWork is the setting for the first event from Gather: a business-networking community geared towards bringing together professionals from a variety of industries within the Cambridge Cluster. Taking place on 21 January from 5.30pm to 8pm, the event features a panel discussion focused

on how the Cambridge scene is changing for both established brands and start-ups, and how the city and its cluster can continue to evolve and remain relevant for the next decade and beyond. Cold beers and cakes are promised, and the event is free to attend, but booking is required. gatheraround.co

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