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

Fitzwilliam College Garden Tour

When CBN Events Team decided to visit Fitzwilliam College gardens, we did not imagine it would be the worst June weather ever. Needless to say it was raining but we were prepared with warm clothes and umbrellas. Head Gardener, Steve Kidger took us on a guided tour of the garden, explaining how the planting complements the brutalist architecture of the college buildings...

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Have I Got News For You?

CBN Members were given an introduction to PR at a meeting held at Newnham College on Tuesday 17th November. Lesley Crosland from Crosland Communications defined the differences between advertising, advertorial and editorial; outlined what makes a good news story; and advised on using PR effectively in a crisis...

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events

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


notices

Birketts launch latest employment law series

Birketts has launched its latest series of free employment law seminars looking at tackling the issue of drugs and alcohol in the workplace.


Destination Digital Opportunities for Women

Applications are invited for projects that drive broadband take-up and increase women's technology skills


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.