Our history

Cambridge 100 was created over 12 years ago, originally as a meeting point for Interim Managers, to discuss and swap intelligence on the business scene in Cambridge.

Over the years, Cambridge 100 developed to encompass a broad range of professionals, technologists and scientists who regularly attend our events. We have also welcomed a number of eminent speakers who have provided insights into how business and technologies can adapt and profit from a fast moving world.

Our quarterly dinners are hosted at Jesus College, one of the leading colleges in the University of Cambridge. It was established between 1496 and 1516 on the site of a twelfth-century Benedictine nunnery, whose ruinous buildings were adapted to house it.  Today these buildings remain at the College’s centre.  Five spacious, three-sided courts containing rooms for students and Fellows, and beyond them twenty-four acres of gardens and playing fields, surround the nuns’ cloisters. The Prioress’s Room, where Cambridge 100 meets, gives onto a tranquil courtyard at the heart of the College.

While we host our Dinners at Jesus College, we have no formal links to the University.

Winter Dinner 2017

2 November 2017

Prioress’s Room Jesus College Cambridge

6:45 pm to 10:45 pm

£62 / head

including pre-dinner drinks, a talk by our guest speaker, and gourmet dinner with wine.

No membership required.

A sunlit, peaceful courtyard in Jesus College, Cambridge
CAMBRIDGE100
The meeting of innovative business minds
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