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We're moving!!! New Camb clothing brand! Are you MOB HAPPY? Join UNITED!

From: paul s.
Sent on: Saturday, September 15, 2018 12:53 PM

Heads up folks! CAMCREATIVES are moving to the Bradfield Centre on the Science Park! Every last THURSDAY of each month!


September 27th CamCreatives talk : The DressCode story - Wearing your heart on your sleeve

DressCode create beautiful shirts for everyone, from the individual to entire teams, companies or organisations. They have developed a range of unique garments that express everything you love about tech. All of the shirts have something to say. Some of them say it louder than others, but all of them say it with style.

The company was founded in 2017 by Andy Boothman – who has over 20 years’ experience creating a buzz for clients with his 'busy as AB’ branding business.

The development of this business has seen Andy wearing two hats - client and creative - balancing budget constraints and creative ideas, mixing the disciplines and learning lots of new skills and techniques. In September, Andy will share this journey with you…

-How it all started – the challenge and stepping outside of your comfort zone, feeling like a flight of fancy and walking on cloud nine.

-Two hats – one goal. Running two businesses that support one another.

-The power of networking – growing a virtual team, making a creative process business proficient, streamlining processes, automation and a support network

-Creative v Client – there shouldn’t be a them and us, the power of working to a shared goal, the dynamics collaboration, communication and listening your customers.

-Copy cats – what you can do to protect yourself, your designs and ideas

-Product development – learning new crafts and updating existing ones

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Mob Happy Freelance Meetup

When Kelly Molson founded Mob-Happy, it was her aim to support existing women agency founders, but also help up and coming leaders. September 24th sees the launch event of the Mob Happy Freelance Meetup at The Bradfield Centre - a series of panel events for any freelancer aspiring to be an agency owner.

When is the right time to employ your first team member? What do you need to think about in terms of internal and external resource? How much time do you need to dedicate to it? And what will be required from you as a leader?

All the these questions and more will be answered by our esteemed panellists Sue Keogh Managing Director of Sookio, Sarah Reakes Managing Director of KISS Communications and Simon R Jones Managing Director of Studio 24 Ltd

Please share this with your networks and tag anyone you think would benefit from this free event!



Tickets on sale for House of Cambridge's first 'extraordinary event' - UNITED! - taking place in two incredible hangars at the IWM Duxford on Saturday 29th September at 7pm - 11.45pm.

What is it? In one sentence, it's **the biggest & best '1940's event with a UK film premiere, period cocktails, vintage entertainment, 1940's pin ups and food from The Grill Sergeant' that this little island has ever seen**.

Think a hangar dance on steroids, with a film premiere in the middle, and some gorgeous entertainment thrown in for good measure.

Film buff? Sorted - it's the UK film premiere of Magpie, a fabulous UK Independent film directed by talented directors Paul Cook & Carmel Hannant and being screened for us by the Cambridge Film Festival.

Jazz aficionado? Sorted - we'll be welcomed into the 1940's by the gorgeous tones of The Knightingales- Vintage Trio before being whipped up into a dancing whirlwind by big jazz band Harmony in Harlem, with thanks to the Cambridge Jazz Festival.

Cocktail lover? Sorted - the Cambridge Cocktail Weekend are creating some delicious vintage cocktails for us.

Want to be looked after 1940's cabaret style? There's only one group that we'd turn to to pull that off, and they're the NeonMoon Club.

Tickets available at (and here's the facebook event if you'd like to share it (do!)


Addressing the Challenges of an Ageing Population

Volunteers are wanted to help a small technology-based start-up company based in Cambridge, develop a solution that will enable more elderly people to continue living independently in their own homes, yet provide the reassurance for friends and relations that they are OK.

Informetis has successfully been running a Home Appliance Trial that has led onto creating an “itemised view” of the electricity bill that shows how much electricity each of the main electrical appliances uses in the home (e.g. Fridge, Washing Machine and Microwave).

As a spin-off of this trial, Informetis is now starting a new "Assisted Living Trial". This trial will involve using their technology to “keep an eye on” elderly people in their own homes. Thus, enabling them to stay independent for longer period.

Informetis are now looking for elderly people over 75 yrs old in the Cambridgeshirearea, to take part in the trial for about 12 months, along with a remote younger friend or relative who will get a Mobile App to enable them to “keep an eye on” the elderly person.

In the elderly person’s home, Informetis will be connecting and trialing out various forms of sensors that are able to collect data about the usage of various electrical devices like the kettle, cooker and TV. The elderly householder will need to have their own Internet router in their home – so that the sensors can be connected to it.

The sensors will identify which of the main appliances are being used in the elderly person’s home and thus act as a proxy for the ‘lifestyle’ of the elderly person.

The solution will learn the “normal” pattern of behaviourof the appliances and will be able to spot any “abnormal” behaviourthat will provide an alert for the younger relative on the Mobile App. For example, if the kettle is always used at least two times a day and on a particular day they have NOT used it even once, then it will raise an alert.

If you are interested in taking part in the trial, please go to or contact Peter Bates on[masked]



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