6-8 September 2017, McGrath Centre, St. Catharine's College


Sponsors helped us to add delight and enjoyed the chance to engage directly with our participants.



Redgate makes the world's most trusted tools for shipping changes to your database. Their tools are technically challenging to make, but really intuitive to use – a philosophy they call ingeniously simple.

Redgate is an award winning employer, having featured in the Sunday Times 'Best Companies to Work For' list for eight consecutive years.

Redgate has a great culture. Not only will it challenge you to grow and develop, both personally and professionally, but it’ll give you the freedom and flexibility to excel at what you do. At Redgate, you'll work with bright people who are experts at what they do. You’ll learn from them and they'll learn from you. Read more about their culture here.

Fancy working at Redgate? They have several roles going in development, UX and technical communications right now. Keep a lookout for the future too.

Cambridge Consultants

Cambridge Consultants

Cambridge Consultants has one of the world's largest independent wireless development teams, with more than 150 experts covering design expertise from short-range wireless connectivity to global satellite communication. Over the years, Cambridge Consultants has helped its clients to develop the world's smallest satellite data terminal, the world's first single-chip Bluetooth radio, the world's first GSM videophone and the radios that manage more than half of the world's airspace.

In 2016 Cambridge Consultants acquired Synapse, creating a global product development powerhouse. Synapse brings a considerable track record in the consumer market, delivering projects for clients such as Nike, Microsoft and Samsung.



Grapeshot is an established Cambridge-based company founded by John Snyder and Dr. Martin Porter, the inventor of the Porter-Stemmer algorithm used by nearly every search engine currently in use. Grapeshot receives over 2 million queries per second, 7 terabytes of consumer impressions per month, and deploys its technology worldwide in 31 languages.

Grapeshot uses natural language processing and super is a super fast information retrieval to quickly organise large amounts of data into useful, shareable insights for anyone who needs to make sense of an increasingly complex digital world. Grapeshot looks at the relationships derived from a statistical model; between words on their rarity, frequency and natural distribution. With offices in Cambridge, London, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Singapore and Sydney and further expansion planned for China and Germany, Grapeshot is one of the fastest growing tech companies in the UK.



Allies creates technology that creates better data.

Allies was founded by two people in 1987. Today we have a team of twenty and over 7,000 businesses using our solutions.

We are best known for providing some of the UK’s largest – and smallest – businesses with the postcode lookup technology that you use when filling in your address online.

Along with address lookup, we offer solutions for email validation, mobile number validation, store locators, address data extracts and data cleansing.



AVEVA is one of the world’s leading engineering, design and Information Management software providers to the process, plant and marine industries. Celebrating 50 years of innovation, AVEVA’s world-leading technology was originally developed and spun out of Cambridge University in 1967.

We provide mission-critical solutions to some of the world's biggest engineering contractors (EPCs) and Owner Operators. AVEVA has successfully established a truly global infrastructure - an international business with over 1,700 employees and is exposed to the world’s fastest growing economies.


User Groups

Ladies that UX Dublin

Ladies that UX: London

Ladies that UX aims to create a relaxed environment for women in UX from all levels to engage, share their experiences and get the support and inspiration that they are looking for.

Ladies that UX is a social enterprise and does not run for profit, but seeks to make the world of work better for women around the world. The London Chapter, set up three and a half years ago, is run entirely by volunteers and relies on the support of organisations to sponsor and host events.

London puts on monthly events covering a variety of subjects and includes case studies, expert talks, panel discussions and workshops. If you are interested in speaking, volunteering or supporting, please email us at london@ladiesthatux.com.

Become a partner


Together with our sponsors we aim to create great experiences and delight our participants.

We're interested in creating bespoke sponsorship packages for interested parties, and we also offer a number of "off the shelf" sponsorship options.

Alternatively, if you'd like to provide swag, giveaways, or other resources as a supporter, we'd love to hear from you.

If you're interested in becoming an UX Cambridge sponsor or supporter, please download the sponsor pack (~350kb PDF) or contact us for more information, or to discuss things further.

Download the Sponsor Pack

Community Groups

A 10% discount is available to user groups and meetups that help promote UX Cambridge 2017 to their members.

If you organise, or are a member of, a user group and would like more information on supporting UX Cambridge and securing this discount for your members, please contact us using the button below.

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