Seven ventures or people with ties to the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School are named in the #21toWatch list of science and tech talent in and around Cambridge.
Seven ventures or people associated with the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School were named in the #21toWatch list of science and technology talent in Cambridge and the east of England by communications firm cofinitive. The winners were announced at an event in Cambridge on 2 March.
The Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge is one of the sponsors of the #21toWatch campaign, now in its fifth year, which attracted more than 1,000 nominations. The competition is designed to “showcase and highlight the lesser known but outstanding talent within our region’s science and tech industries, recognising those exciting new entries across all market sectors, and celebrating the truly ground-breaking work going on here today”.
The 2023 winners with connections to Cambridge Judge
- Dr Hannah Sore, the Founder and CEO of PharmEnable, a company that seeks to develop the next generation of complex and 3D small molecule drugs. PharmEnable participated in the Accelerate Cambridge programme at the Entrepreneurship Centre of Cambridge Judge.
- Lucy Jung, who is the youngest-ever winner of the Business Weekly Awards / Cambridge Judge Business School’s Woman Entrepreneur accolade. Lucy is co-founder of Charco Neurotech, a venture that participated in Accelerate Cambridge that aims to relieve symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.
- Coco Newton, a neuroscientist and Co-Founder of Fathom Cognition, which aims to advance early detection of Alzheimer’s disease. The venture participated in Accelerate Cambridge, and Dr Newton was a student on EnterpriseTECH STAR, an entrepreneurial learning programme at the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge.
- Ama Frimpong, an engineer at 52 North Health who helped create NeutroCheck, a medical device used at home for chemotherapy patients, which participated in Accelerate Cambridge.
- Vuala, a venture that automatically separates food waste from other wastes and turns them into raw material for energy, which participated in Accelerate Cambridge.
- Broderick House, CEO and Founder of personalised nutrition venture Ethēcos, was a student on EnterpriseTECH STAR.
- Spirea, which seeks better treatment of a range of solid tumours, participated on the Accelerate Cambridge programme.
“Many congratulations to the #21toWatch winners with ties to the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School,” said Professor Stelios Kavadias, Co-Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre and Vice-Dean for Faculty at the Business School.
“These ventures and people are working hard to solve some of society’s most important challenges in health and other areas of science and technology, and we are glad to support them in their entrepreneurial journeys.”