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Be a consultant: Postdoc Q&A session

When Nov 11, 2015
from 06:00 PM to 08:00 PM
Where The Postdoc Centre, Eastwood Room, 16 Mill Lane, Cambridge CB2 1SB
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Consultancy is an important way for University researchers and academics to share their knowledge and expertise with government, industry and the public sector. Any University researcher – including postdocs – can undertake fee-based consultancy work.

Whether you’d like to learn the basics of consultancy, or you need help with a consultancy contract, Cambridge Enterprise can help. Attend this Q&A to learn about the Consultancy Services team and the assistance they can provide you, plus get tips on how to generate consultancy opportunities for yourself.

The session will be run by Peri Cihan, one of our Senior Consultancy Associates, who will take you through the basics of consultancy. You will also hear from postdocs who have worked as consultants and will share their experiences. Plus you’ll also have the opportunity to network. So join us!

Places for this free event are limited. Register here.

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