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David Russo on 'Why they come and why they stay'

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We’ve started organising the Cambridge Business Lectures calendar for next year. Our first confirmed speaker is David Russo, who will be speaking on April 8th.

David will be speaking on finding, hiring and keeping good people. David is supremely qualified to speak on this.

He was Head of HR for the SAS Institute, the world’s largest privately held software company. David helped grow SAS from a handful of people into a world-class employer with over than 5,000 employees and a billion dollars of annual revenue, all the while consistently keeping SAS in the top 100 companies to work for. Since leaving SAS , David has consulted with organisations including American Express, Johnson and Johnson and the CIA .

To find out more and book a place (it’s free) go here:

http://www.cambridgebusinesslectures.com/david-russo-on-why-they-come-and-why-they-stay/

If you want to see who else is going to the talks, or to network virtually before and after the event, then Peter Hewkin of The Cambridge Network has set up a social networking site aimed at connecting people from business and academia in the Cambridge area. You can sign up here:

http://cambridgenetworksocialnetwork.ning.com

We’ve got some more speakers lined up for next year too. I’ll e-mail about them as soon as they are confirmed. Or you can subscribe to the Cambridge Business Lectures RSS feed:

http://feeds.feedburner.com/CambridgeBusinessLectures

Or follow me on Twitter:

http://twitter.com/NeilDavidson

- Neil

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