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Network Meeting Cambridge: Creating Value in Support Activities

17:30 - 20:30

Location:
Deloitte, 1 Station Square, Cambridge, CB1 2GA
Date:
20 September 2017
 
In our highly technology driven and competitive industry, lots of energy is spent on investment and skills. Often the clock is ticking on advancing technology and raising sufficient money to sustain it which results in paying less attention to conserving this hard raised cash. However when looking at Michael Porter’s value chain model, support activities including infrastructure, human resources and procurement, play a crucial role not only in cost optimisation but also in leveraging a competitive advantage.

This Network Meeting will discuss developments in the way life science companies procure lab supplies, professional services and trainings in light of trends such as collaborative models, online platforms and e-learning.

Programme:

17.30 - Registration over Tea and Coffee

18.00 - Introduction from the Host and One Nucleus
Julian Rae, Deloitte
Aline Charpentier, One Nucleus

18.15 - Presentations and Discussion on the Evolution of Support Activities in Life Sciences including:

The Impact of Space on Business Model Design
David Watts, CCD Design
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Resource Sharing in Life Sciences
Johannes Solzbach, Clustermarket
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How a Strong HR Learning and Development Programme Demonstrates and Builds Value in your Organisation
Elisabeth Goodman, RiverRhee
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How to Operate as a Small Company COO
Jon Green, MedImmune

19.15
- Closing Remarks followed by Drinks Reception

20.30 - End


Prices: 

Members: free 
Non-members: £50 (plus vat) 
Academics: please contact nadia@onenucleus.com


Title: Network Meeting Cambridge: Creating Value in Support Activities
Start: 2017-09-20 17:30:00Z
End: 2017-09-20 20:30:00Z