Come along to the Hauser Forum (The Entrepreneurship Centre, 3 Charles Babbage Road, CB3 0GT) from 6pm - 9pm and find out all about the world of a technology consultancy.
At this special event organised by Cambridge Network's Recruitment Gateway, you’ll have the opportunity to attend TTP workshops and to meet with representatives from other local employers, including Marble Product Design, Sagentia and LGC Limited, as well as recruitment agency Cooper Lomaz.
Workshops from TTP on the night include:
Getting to the bottom of communication challenges – a day in the life of a TTP consultant
Join TTP’s wireless comms specialists as they look in detail at a real-world communications challenge. In this interactive, round-table session they will review a recently completed project, first evaluating the system requirements before delving into potential solutions. Discover if you have the technical mind and creative bent to solve the challenges faced daily by TTP’s consultants.
Defining and developing the next generation of medical devices
An interactive session exploring the complexity of medical device development. TTP’s consultants will cover a range of topics from understanding care pathways through to the psychology of motivation (with some engineering too!). Discover the challenges that drive the development in innovative medical devices.
To book your slot for the workshops please email email@example.com
Due to popular demand, photographer Jemima Wilcox will once again be running her professional headshot photobooth, perfect for jobseekers to get the right shot for a Linkedin profile.
Companies: Please get in touch if you would like to exhibit - firstname.lastname@example.org
Getting to the venue: There will be parking available at this event - details to follow. However, please note spaces are limited and will be available on a first come first served basis. Additional parking is available at the Madingley Road Park & Ride.
Buses also run from central Cambridge to the site; please do check bus times. The Hauser Forum is a short bike ride from the city centre.