Cambridge businesses continue to grow through strategies of acquisition, diversification, innovation and alliances.  In OE Cam’s experience these strategies can present real challenges for the leadership team – silo working; clashing cultures; duplication of roles; poor collaboration between teams and often the complex dynamic of working with an overseas parent or partner.

OE Cam is hosting a breakfast debate on Tuesday 12 November at the iconic Botanic House in Cambridge to discuss the people challenges of business growth.  We are delighted to have two great speakers to lead the roundtable debate:

  • Tudor Brown MBE, founding member of ARM Holdings plc: Tudor will share his experience of building ARM from a start up to the successful global business it is today;
  • Martyn Sakol, Managing Partner OE Cam: Martyn is a Chartered Psychologist and MBA with more than 20 years experience helping businesses grow through their people.  He supports venture capital and private equity in assessing and developing the people aspects of investment opportunities and CEOs & Chairmen in maximising individual, team and organisation effectiveness.

This is a free event aimed at CEOs, Chairmen & senior Directors specifically responsible for growing their business and numbers are restricted to 20 places to ensure an effective debate.  For further details or to register your interest in attending, please contact Helen Pybus on

OE Cam clients include Associated British Foods, AB Agri, AB Mauri, BBC, Centro, Chemring Group, City & Guilds, Coal Authority, Coller Capital, Costain, Daiichi Sankyo, GE, Intellectual Property Office, Internet Watch Foundation, Jordans Ryvita, Mundipharma Pharmaceuticals, Primark, PRS for Music, Rentokil, Ryder, Silverspoon, Simmons & Simmons, Smiths News, SuperGroup, University of Cambridge and University of Newcastle.

OE Cam works in partnership with The Judge Business School, Cambridge to design and deliver executive development programmes and we are proud to be an active member of the Cambridge Network – a membership organisation based in the vibrant high technology cluster of Cambridge, UK.