The panel for our latest event included Jamie Dixon, a software developer and co-owner/director of Trade Initiative, and Emma Sheppard, owner of Big Bear Creative Studios. Jamie is a father to a one-year-old and it was great to hear his views on how being a parent has helped his work life balance. Jamie told us that while his previous job
After 50+ events in London, Birmingham and Bristol, we are here and launching in Cambridge. Join us every month for a unique creative business development event! Each month we have a Development Theme for our UK Creators Club community. At the monthly events we facilitate an interactive workshop, provide a space for personal coaching and invite a guest creator to
It’s been almost a week since the Energise Your Culture event but I’m still thinking about it. The event had a very engaged audience and a great panel of experts. After experiencing the stress and long working hours of the advertising industry, Kemi Fadero left to retrain as a wellbeing coach for individuals who want to take control of their
CambridgeSpace is closed on Wed 21 Nov 2018 as the rugby club have their Steel-Bodgers Match with 3,500 people attending. Michael Roland Steele-Bodger CBE (born 4 September 1925) is a former English rugby union footballer who played flanker for Harlequins, England and the Barbarians, and is currently the President of the Barbarian Football Club and President of the East India
Calling all budding film-makers! All too often London is the epicentre of film and TV production, so here at CambridgeSpace we want to give local film makers a chance to showcase their talents and for local residents to enjoy them! So we’ve decided to put on an evening of Cambridgeshire-based film makers showing films shot in the area. We’ve already received
A community is a group of people with diverse characteristics who are linked by social ties, share common perspectives, and engage in joint action in geographical locations or settings. Cambridge boasts many such communities which come in all shapes and sizes, and over a hundred appear on the MeetUp website, where they can advertise and schedule events using a common
Technology It’s important to remember to take breaks. Science shows breaks actually make us more productive, not less. If you’re on a Mac, Time Out–Break Reminders is an excellent app that lets you schedule “normal” five- to 10-minute breaks every hour and a seconds-long “micro” break every 15 minutes. PC and Linux users can get the same capabilities from the excellent freeware Workrave.
CambridgeSpace are delighted to welcome two interns to our daily routine. Holly Smith and Luke Aitken have been hired by Matt Pearce (a CambridgeSpace member) to work through July and then September, on a number of start-up projects and also with some of Matt’s existing clients. They’ll be building software platforms, websites and architecture, to support these projects and will
CambridgeSpace’s connect zone has recently been decorated and has new furniture – it’s totally transformed!
With thanks to Amazon for donating some furniture along with a fresh coat of paint by some of our team and members, our Connect zone has been totally transformed! Click here to see some photos
Amazon boss, Jeff Bezos, in describing his abhorrence towards Group Think (where the fear of conflict drives consensus which stifles individual initiative and creativeness) suggests his measure for determining the ideal size for a team that will get things done – just two pizzas! One of the benefits of co-working communities (and one often overlooked) is that by their very