As well as providing a superb opportunity for members and guests to network with other leading Cambridgeshire business people, the meeting will feature a presentation by Joelle du Lac, Director of External Affairs at the Cambridge Judge Business School.
There will also be an update about the commercial property market by Andrew Gordon and Nick Brammar of leading commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton, and a look at the current banking climate by Stephen Horrey, partner, business development at the Clydesdale Bank Financial Solutions Centre in Cambridge.
Non-members and guests are welcome to attend. There is a nominal charge of £10, which includes the buffet breakfast of bacon rolls, pastries, tea, coffee and juice will be available to all. Please contact Murdoch MacDonald by telephone 01292 281498, mobile 07833 667322, or e-mail Murdoch@cambridgeshirebusinessnews.com
Cambridge Judge Business School
Cambridge Judge Business School is part of the Faculty of Business & Management at the University of Cambridge. Established in 1990, Cambridge Judge Business School is an internationally recognised provider of innovative, intellectually challenging management education, encouraging critical reflection and creativity, and attracting the most able students to all its courses. It was formerly known as the Judge Institute of Management Studies.
Courses include its flagship Cambridge MBA programme, a PhD programme, an EMBA and Master of Finance (MFin) programme.
Ranked 21st in the 2010 FT Global Rankings of business schools, 11th in the 2009 Economist Intelligence Unit Global MBA Rankings, and 3rd in the 2009 Forbes Global Rankings for one year MBA programmes,
The School is particularly strong in entrepreneurship and innovation management, and offers related courses and seminars via the Cambridge Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning. It also has close ties with Cambridge Enterprise, the university's technology transfer office, as well as the local high-tech cluster known as the Silicon Fen.
Joelle du Lac
Joelle du Lac joined Cambridge Judge Business School a year ago as Director of External Affairs. In this challenging position she is charged with helping the School to develop a new level of partnership with its stakeholders and thus achieve its ambition to be a world-leading business school at the heart of Cambridge University.
Joelle du Lac was formerly Director of Development at King’s College, Cambridge, and has previously held the positions of Director of Alumni Relations and MBA Admissions Manager at INSEAD in France. She also has a wealth of experience from other top level educational institutions.
Members and guests are all welcome to attend this meeting, but, in order to assist with catering arrangements, everyone intending to come along should notify Murdoch MacDonald by telephone 01292 281498, mobile 07833 667322, or e-mail Murdoch@cambridgeshirebusinessnews.com
The Elite Cambridge Business Circle
The Elite Cambridge Business Circle is an association of some of the top companies in Cambridgeshire.
Founded in 2009, the Elite Cambridge Business Circle celebrates and reports the wealth and rich diversity of entrepreneurial excellence and business innovation that abounds within the county boundaries of Cambridgeshire.
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