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Cambridge Network: Prestigious award for former Cambridge Judge PhD student

Magda Hassan, a former PhD student at Cambridge Judge Business School (2010-2014), has won the 2014 Worshipful Company of Marketors Award for outstanding performance in marketing at the post-graduate level. Magda’s research investigates marketing practices of small shopkeepers (also called…

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The Huffington Post: The global search for education: An education in Africa

In an interview for the Huffington Post, Ann Cotton, Founder and President of Camfed and Social Entrepreneur in Residence at the Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about education in Africa and globally, and the main challenges. Read the full article [huffingtonpost.com]…

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Real Business: Tech City UK enhances Digital Business Academy following 12,000 registrations

Since the launch in November 2014, Digital Business Academy has attracted more than 12,000 registrations for its free online courses. Tech City UK developed the Academy in partnership with University College London (UCL) and courses have been developed by faculty…

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The Asian Age: Doing more with less innovation rising

Big companies like American Express or Unilever are looking to “do more with less,” says The Asian Age. The frugal Innovation model is getting more and more popular with top companies in developed countries. In the book Frugal Innovation, Cambridge…

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Azer News: Never ending story of opportunities: Caspian blue energy is salvation for EU

In order to diversify away from its Russian-gas dependence, the energy rich Caspian states need to step in. Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan can offer game-changing potentials for energy consumers in Europe and Asia, writes Gulgiz Dadashova. Cambridge Judge’s Chi…

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