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The Cambridge Innovation Forum is Recruiting!

 

Who we are

   The Innovation Forum is a global network of over 10,000 researchers and entrepreneurs.


  •         We currently have 16 branches, based all over the world, including Cambridge, Oxford, London, Edinburgh, New York, Lausanne, Barcelona, Hong Kong and Tokyo.
  •         We predominantly consist of graduate students, whose passion and specialisms include Biotech, Data science, Pharma, Policy, Med-tech and Clean-tech sectors.

 

 

What we do

  • Our aim is to accelerate creation and growth of science-based companies by building bridges between academia, industry and policy makers.
  • To do this, we run IMAGINE IF! - a successful accelerator programme as well as workshops, seminars, lectures, networking events and projects in collaboration with our industrial partners.
  • Our annual flagship Innovation Leaders Conference, was recently held in Cambridge, bringing together over 600 delegates.
  • The Cambridge branch aims to host regular, termly events on topics of our choosing.
 

If you are:

·       Entrepreneurially minded 

·       Keen on connecting with senior industry executives and develop a personal relation with them and others in industry, venture capital and academia

·       Interested in the intersection of business and science

·       Want to develop a strong international network with peers and key opinion leaders

·       Develop highly sought after transferable skills that will strengthen your cv

·       Looking to forge a career in a related industry (tech transfer, venture capital, patent law, start-ups, academic research, management consultancy etc.)

Then apply now!

 

We are currently recruiting volunteers for the following roles:

  • Operations manager
  • Events
  • Marketing
  • Conference logistics

 

To apply please send an email to recruitment@inno-forum.org with a CV, a brief covering letter and the name of position you would like to apply for.

Posted on 14/04/2020

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