Last week some of the CambridgeSpace wizards and founders had a day out visiting some of the London-based Impact Hubs. Impact Hub is a global organisation of co-working and community spaces with over 80 locations. CambridgeSpace is looking (and is quite far down the process) to become an Impact Hub so was great to see how others work. The first
CambridgeSpace provides freelancers/small businesses with an alternative to working from home or a coffee shop. But building a community, collaboration, creativity and making an impact together are very important to us too. We also know that running a business and good eating habits don’t always go hand in hand. So we started thinking creatively about how we could make our
Innovation is inevitable, it’s in the human psyche. It enables us to evolve ideas that significantly change the lives of those around us – and with the right environment, the right people and resources, innovative ideas can germinate and grow. Cambridge and surrounding area is a centre for the innovation excellence encapsulating Cambridge University, renowned for its long heritage and
CambridgeSpace joined up with Cambridge University Technology Club (CUTEC) and Dawe Labs to present the Cambridge Hack on February 25th and 26th, addressing the challenge of transport congestion within Cambridge’s city centre. This community event was held at the Institute for Manufacturing(IFM) on the Cambridge University West Campus and attracted nearly 90 people of whom two-thirds were graduates or under graduates, supported by a group of experts, mentors and professional business people. Following presentations from the expert group, the students split into eight teams with
Innovation is inevitable. It’s in the human psyche. It cannot be stopped. Where it offers new value, it offers new ways to make money. History tells us that. Henry Ford didn’t invent the motor car but making his cars affordable and turning ordinary people into drivers was truly innovative. Larry Page and Sergey Brin at Google didn’t invent the search engine
Paraphrasing the great business guru, Peter Drucker: “the purpose of business is to create and keep a customer” and is achieved through meeting the customer’s expectations. As the customer is now king, your success will more likely come from being more attentive, more personal and more innovative in acquiring and building trust that turns them into loyal followers. How do
Our new postcards just arrived! Soon you’ll see them everywhere around Cambridge! Designed by hub co-founder/wizard/graphic designer Tim Bond and printed by The Whole Hog. Do you like them?