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EnterpriseWOMEN programme schedule

Upcoming EnterpriseWOMEN events


EnterpriseWOMEN – Money Talks

12:30 - 15:30 |

An informative and educational event on financial literacy and management, fund-raising and investment.

With guest speakers:

  • Dr Anino Emuwa, Managing Director, Avandis
  • Anya Navidski, Founding Partner, Voulez Capital

and guest panellists:

  • Dr Iris Good, Chairman & MD, Good Relations India
  • Lesly Goh, World Bank Senior Technology Advisor (previously Chief Technology Officer at World Bank)
  • Lynne Marlor, CEO & Founder, Transformational Strategies
  • George Neville-Jones, Local Director of Metro Bank and Secretary of Cambridge Enterprise and Technology Club
  • Jo Slota-Newson, Venture Capital Investor, Mercia Asset Management

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POSTPONED: EnterpriseWOMEN Summit AI²: AI Applications and Implications for Healthcare

09:00 - 20:00 |

EnterpriseWOMEN Summit AI², originally due to take place on 20 May, is being rescheduled to autumn 2020. The new date will be announced as soon as possible.

A packed day with more than 28 speakers and senior experts, of whom 24 are renowned and leading women moving the needle in their industries.

The Summit aims to explore the different ways AI and machine learning are transforming healthcare, medicine and diagnostics. By bringing together entrepreneurs, academic experts, industry leaders, and AI pioneers it encourages cross-industry learning and collaboration. A varied array of speakers will discuss the latest technology advancements, emerging trends, real-world applications, best practices and key insights on how we can prepare for this revolution in healthcare and harness the business value of AI.

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EnterpriseWOMEN – The Voice

09:30 - 13:00 |

An interactive, practical workshop and immersive voice coaching session to clarify your voice and your brand’s voice.

With guest speaker Collette Johnson (VP of Marketing, GeoSpock)

and guest facilitators:

  • Natalie Woodhead, Creative Copywriter, NATFORWORDS
  • Liuba Doga, Vocal Coach, Singing Attitude School

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Cambridge Judge Business School
University of Cambridge
Trumpington Street

If you are travelling from the railway station, there are plenty of taxis outside and taxi drivers are familiar with the location.

Unfortunately there are no parking facilities, though there are some metered spaces outside.

Find the venue on Google Maps