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Think you could have the next Facebook on your hands? Don’t let these five rookie errors spoil your plans for business success

The first year is a perilous time for a start-up. However much research you’ve done, however tight your business plan and however …

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Helping companies grow

Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge hosts first workshop for the CEO Growth Challenge programme, a joint project with bank Santander aimed at …

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The MBA graduate and start-up mentor taking on a very global food waste problem

Get structures and systems in place before you grow a big idea, says Matt McLaren’s mentor Charles Payne. What do you look …

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Women in enterprise

Nominations now open for the Cambridge Judge Woman Entrepreneur of the Year award in the Business Weekly awards. Cambridge Judge Business School …

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This is why you should start a business in your 40s. Cambridge Judge grad says that age is no barrier to success.

The world is facing an energy challenge. Coal and gas will some day run out, and more and more nations are looking …

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New Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge is officially launched by its patron, HRH The Duke of York, KG

The new Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School was officially launched on 2 December at a ceremony attended by its patron, …

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Women bio-entrepreneurs

Cambridge Judge alumna Jelena Aleksic has been named as a rising star in the BioBeat 50 Movers and Shakers Report, which identifies …

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Connecting cities

Cambridge Judge hosts its first Internet of Things and Smart Cities Venture Creation Weekend at Cambridge Judge 20-22 November 2015. Building a …

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Ignite pitch: Saumil Majmudar of EduSports

Can you pitch your genius business idea in the time it takes to get from the ground floor to the C-suite? Saumil …

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SimPrints in Bangladesh

Accelerate Cambridge venture SimPrints awarded DFID grant for maternity project in Bangladesh. Cambridge-based startup SimPrints has been awarded a £250,000 grant from …

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Pitch@Palace 4.0

Three ventures from Cambridge Judge and two others with Cambridge connections are among 15 finalists to pitch for support at St. James’s …

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Cytora funding

Accelerate Cambridge programme venture Cytora, a risk-analytics company, raises its second round of investment. Cytora, a risk-analytics company that was part of …

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Entrepreneurial revolution

Jo Mills of Cambridge Judge named one of top 100 entrepreneurship teachers by tech publication Hot Topics. Jo Mills, Programme Director of …

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POD Point

Electric-car charging firm with Cambridge Judge connections is named one of the UK’s fastest-growing private tech companies. POD Point, a company that …

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Refugee camp entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship initiatives can fill the ‘institutional void’ of long-term refugee camps, says paper authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. At a time …

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SeeSpeak

Accelerate Cambridge start-up launches videophone for the elderly to connect generations living apart. Families today often find themselves spread across the world, …

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HRH The Duke of York, KG launches new Entrepreneurship Centre

The new Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School welcomes its patron, HRH The Duke of York, KG. The new Entrepreneurship Centre …

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Start-up gets triple Cambridge Judge boost

Blogging platform Niume, supported by Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship and Accelerate Cambridge, hits fundraising target through crowdsourcing venture launched by Cambridge Judge …

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Building Radar

European Space Agency award for company co-founded by Cambridge Judge PGDE alumnus that uses satellite technology to track building projects. Building Radar, …

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Accelerator pitch: Rebekah Scheuerle of JustMilk

Can you pitch your genius business idea in the time it takes to get from the ground floor to the C-suite? JustMilk’s …

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In the media

Cambridge News: Entrepreneurs’ hub gets Duke’s royal approval

HRH Prince Andrew, The Duke of York, visited Cambridge Judge Business School on 21 July for the launch of the new Entrepreneurship …

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Business Weekly: Educating entrepreneurs: B-schools spur innovation as MBAs launch ventures

Long shunned by entrepreneurs, education is emerging as a sector of start-up innovation. More students are launching ventures and schools are pivoting …

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Business Because: Women In business school: More female MBAs turning to entrepreneurship

More women business school applicants are seeking to become entrepreneurs, according to the results of an MBA applicant survey by AIGAC, the …

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Financial Times: Understanding entrepreneurs: Entrepreneurship can be taught, say educators

Jonathan Moules investigates whether entrepreneurship can be taught and looks what entrepreneurial learning options are offered in different universities in the US. …

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Cambridge Network: Winning tech firms announced for the 2nd EY Startup Challenge

EY has announced the winning tech startup teams who will take part in the second EY Startup Challenge starting next week. The …

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Business Because: MBA programs invest in entrepreneurs to hone start-up culture

Seb Murray investigates why business schools are investing more in start-ups and entrepreneurs than ever before. Cambridge Judge Business School’s Centre for …

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The Sunday Times: Pass it on: the secret of my huge success

Kiki Loizou interviews successful entrepreneurs who are helping “a new generation of startups”. Alongside business people such as Sherry Coutu, Sir Richard Branson, …

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Business Weekly: Even rough diamonds can be forever

In the last Enterprise Tuesday on 24 February, organised by Cambridge Judge Business School’s Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL), three start-ups will …

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The National: UEA leads the business revolution as entrepreneurship grows

Entrepreneurship is growing in Gulf Channel Countries (GCC) as they plan ahead for when oil and gas run out. Peter Hiscocks, CEO …

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Business Money: Partnership with Santander funds SME Growth Club, visiting Fellows at Cambridge Judge

Strengthening its partnership with Cambridge Judge Business School, Santander UK, through its SME support programme, Breakthrough, is supporting a new SME Growth …

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The Guardian: Meet the female entrepreneurs taking on male-dominated industries

When only 15% of engineering and technology undergraduates are female, women who work in traditionally male-dominated areas can find it tough to …

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Cambridge Business Magazine: The ideas are still coming

Cambridge University Entrepreneurs organised the “£100 for 100 words” event, the first of three competitions, where teams can pitch their ideas in …

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Business Weekly: Cambridge crowdfunder hits £1m a month milestone

SyndicateRoom, a crowdunding platform set up by Cambridge Judge Business School alumnus, raised £15 million in just 15 months. Founder and CEO …

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Business Because: TechCity joins b-school to launch MOOCS for entrepreneurs

The Digital Business Academy, a joint venture with Cambridge Judge Business School, UCL, Tech City and start-up course designer Founder Centric has …

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Real Business: The top 15 most oversubscribed equity crowdfunding projects

Christopher Goodfellow investigates what are the most popular equity-based pitches and identifies ‘the ones which went above and beyond what was initially …

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The Middle East Magazine: Business – Exciting times for GCC entrepreneurs

The number of entrepreneurs is growing in Gulf Channel countries. Peter Hiscocks, Senior Teaching Faculty in Entrepreneurship & Innovation Management at Cambridge …

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Business Weekly: Cambridge crowd pleasers ride alternative finance boom

According to the Cambridge University-Nesta study, the alternative finance industry is growing fast and could ‘more than double in 2015’. Goncalo de …

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4 Traders: Investcorp Bank to host international Investors and Shareholders conference

The two-day international event will take place on 29-30 October in Bahrain. The conference will bring together the firm’s key investors, shareholders, …

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