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Cambridge Network Event: Breakfast Networking on Accessing International Markets

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Louise Rushworth.

For our first breakfast networking session of the Autumn we’re delighted to hear about experiences in accessing international markets with presentations from Cambridge-based SME , Sureflap, FedEx and UK Trade & Investment. This first session is free to members and non-members.

Event details:

Joining us at the session will be award-winning Cambridge-based SureFlap, makers of a range of innovative microchip operated cat flaps which use patented low-power RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology developed in Cambridge (UK) by Dr Nick Hill.

Due to high demand, SureFlap started to ship their award-winning cat flaps overseas for the first time in 2010 and since then sales have increased six-fold. Founder Dr Nick Hill will provide a fascinating cat’s-eye view of this export-led growth period.

This session will highlight some of the challenges and rewards of going global. FedEx and UK Trade & Investment will be on hnad with a Q&A.

Please bring along your business cards and network with other delegates attending.


08:00 Registration and networking over coffee & bacon rolls

08:30 Introduction: FedEx

08:40 Dr Nick Hill, MD and original inventor, SureFlap

09.00 David Moir, UK Trade & Investment

09:15 Q&A followed by further networking

10:00 Event closes

To attend:

Any Cambridge Network member may attend, with priority given to members with under 50 staff. There is no charge for members to attend this first session. Please register by clicking on this link –

Non-members may also attend this session – please email to be added to the list.

This event is in association with new Cambridge Network Founder Member: FedEx

Next in this series:

We plan to run 10 networking events over the next year, aimed at a group size of around 30 – 40 people and focussing on topics such as HR, Marketing, Sales, IT, Finance etc. If you would like to speak at a future breakfast meeting, please send details of your proposed topic to for consideration.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Network events series.

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