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Cam Connect for Cambridge-based tech jobs

This Cam Connect event from the Careers Service is a chance to meet some of the firms in Cambridge's Silicon Fen.
When Feb 22, 2017
from 03:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Where University Centre, Granta Place, Mill Lane, Cambridge, CB2 1RU
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The event is a good blend of smaller entrepreneurial ventures and established firms with Cambridge offices.

It includes some big names like ARM, Amazon, AstraZeneca and Cambridge Consultants - as well as a 'Start-up Zone' for early-stage businesses with opportunities for those who want to join an entrepreneurial venture.

Talk to people from a range of companies, including University Spinouts, who are at the leading edge of technology and business.

They will be keen to talk to you about the opportunities they can offer.

View the event programme to plan your visit and find information on all the organisations attending.

No need to book, entry is via your University ID card. 

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