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Student charity needs your support

Students of the Cambridge Development Initiative (CDI) are asking for your help to raise £3,000 in order to match a £25,000 pledge given by two Cambridge-based trusts Cambridge Development Initiative is a charity aiming to implement four projects in Entrepreneurship,…

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London and Cambridge need each other – the key message from Accelerate Cambridge Investor Day

A packed event at the HQ of investment bank, BNY Mellon, showcased the talent and ideas of new entrepreneurs discovered by Cambridge Judge Business School’s Accelerate Cambridge programme Around 100 angel investors from London and Cambridge gathered to hear pitches…

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Alumna Alice heads up prize-winning team exploring viruses as a way to treat breast cancer

An ingenious idea to mimic how viruses work in the body to deliver highly targeted cancer treatments has netted funding for a Cambridge team led by CJBS alumna Alice MacNeil Alice (Management Studies Tripos 2012) heads up one of ten…

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Angel investors to gather for new entrepreneur pitches

Around 100 investors from the Cambridge innovation cluster and London investment scene will meet in London on Thursday, 10 April, to hear up-and-coming entrepreneurial teams pitch new ventures The teams are drawn from the Cambridge Judge Business School’s Accelerate Cambridge…

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MBA Gopal Rao wins Twitter competition to meet Foreign Secretary William Hague

Gopal Rao, a current MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School, met William Hague, UK Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, last week where they discussed preventing sexual violence in conflicts. The meeting took place because Gopal won a…

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First Cambridge-China Forum explores the challenges facing Chinese private enterprise

The importance of understanding China and its future from a Chinese perspective was the emerging theme from the Cambridge-Beijing Forum held this week in Beijing. Understanding the unique opportunities and challenges of 21st century China, and its approach to private…

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Neil Stott joins Cambridge Judge Business School to teach social innovation

The Chief Executive of successful charity and social enterprise, Keystone, has been appointed to a post as Senior Teaching Faculty in Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School Neil Stott, who founded Keystone Development Trust to work primarily with socially…

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Cambridge Judge Business School to launch its Chinese name at Cambridge-Beijing Forum

The University of Cambridge Judge Business School has today announced that the School has selected 剑桥嘉治商学院 as its Chinese name The University of Cambridge Judge Business School has today announced that the School has selected 剑桥嘉治商学院 as its Chinese name.…

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Realising the Chinese Dream: Cambridge-Beijing forum takes place tomorrow

The role of the free-market economy in nurturing entrepreneurship, how Chinese banks have facilitated the growth of SMEs and the part played by local and central government are the three key themes to be addressed by the forum underway tomorrow…

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Cambridge webinar on frugal innovation announced following record high of global R&D spending

Business executives will be given an insight into driving innovation with limited resources in an upcoming webinar on 'Frugal Innovation' from Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education, part of the University of Cambridge. The hour-long webinar, which takes place on…

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MBA alumni triumph at Business Weekly awards

Two start-up businesses founded or led by Cambridge Judge Business School alumni have carried off titles at the Business Weekly awards held in Cambridge this week. MBA alumnus and Honorary Fellow in Health Management at CJBS, Dr Richard Mason, lifted…

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Entrepreneurs graduate from Cambridge

A host of entrepreneurs have just celebrated their graduation from the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship at the University of Cambridge. Students gathered from across the globe to receive their awards from Dr Jennifer Barnes FRSA, Pro-Vice Chancellor for International Strategy…

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Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship student named one of the Leaders of Tomorrow

A young German entrepreneur has been named one of the 200 Leaders of Tomorrow by the University of St Gallen. 23-year-old Leopold Neuerburg was placed in the category '100 Brilliant Young Achievers: Hand-picked' after being nominated by the Elite Network…

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Cyber catastrophe, pandemics and geopolitical conflict

A cyber catastrophe, a geopolitical conflict between Japan and China and a human pandemic are the scenarios in the spotlight at the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies’ seminar on emerging risks, taking place in Cambridge on Thursday 20 March. The…

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Researchers identify the safety ‘tipping point’ at which hospitals fail

Researchers have identified the point at which hospitals begin to fail, resulting in deaths of critically ill patients The safety tipping point for hospitals occurs when they reach occupancy levels far below 100 per cent according to a new study…

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Researchers identify the safety ‘tipping point’ at which hospitals fail

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