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Cambridge Network event: Robert Marshall, CEO The Marshall Group

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We’re delighted to welcome Robert Marshall, CEO of The Marshall Group to speak to Cambridge Network members on Tuesday 22nd October 2013

Robert was appointed chief executive officer of the Marshall Group of Companies in January 2012. Marshall is a fourth generation family company with annual sales of £900m. The Company owns and operates Cambridge Airport and has extensive activities in aerospace design, military aircraft maintenance, military ground systems and motor retail. The Company is based in Cambridge and employs 4,000 people. It is a founder member of the Cambridge Network of high tech companies, promoting new business using the skills uniquely available in the Cambridge region

After attaining a 1st Class Degree in Engineering at Cambridge University, Robert spent some time in the USA as a Scientific Research Associate with Lockheed Martin, later founding a business designing and manufacturing specialist equipment for use in microbiology laboratories.

Robert joined Marshall of Cambridge in 1994. In January 2010 he took on the role of Chief Operating Officer for the Marshall Group of Companies and in January 2012 was appointed Group Chief Executive.

Robert is enthusiastic about engineering and the education and training of engineers in the UK. He retains a strong interest in the Cambridge University Engineering Department and sits on the Board of the EEF . Robert is an Alumni of Harvard Business School and a fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society. He is also a keen aviator and holds a Private Pilots Licence

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Timings: The talk will last for about 30-45 minutes, followed by Q&A . There will be a light refreshments and an opportunity to network after the event, which we estimate will end around 9.00pm.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Network events series.

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