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The Entrepreneurship Centre

The Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School aims to inspire, enable and research entrepreneurship. The Centre encompasses the full entrepreneurial journey - starting with the empowerment of aspiring entrepreneurs through to the creation and development of early-stage ventures, all the way to small and medium size enterprise growth.

The Entrepreneurship Centre's mission is to support the University of Cambridge's entrepreneurial talent development and commercialisation of new ideas; enhance the development of management capacity within the Cambridge entrepreneurial ecosystem and beyond; develop and share thought-leadership that establishes the University of Cambridge as a global knowledge locus for entrepreneurship; and provide a critical resource for entrepreneurs, mentors and investors.

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The Centre encompasses the full entrepreneurial journey - starting with the empowerment of aspiring entrepreneurs through to the creation and development of early-stage ventures, all the way to small and medium size enterprise growth.

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About the Centre

The Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School aims to inspire, enable and research entrepreneurship. Learn more about our history and people.

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Why Cambridge?

The Cambridge Cluster - become part of the entrepreneurial ecosystem.

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Latest news & insight from the Centre

Tips for ventures

Experts discuss how startup ventures can avoid fundraising pitfalls at Enterprise Tuesday event at Cambridge Judge Business School. Entrepreneurship has always been …

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Scale-up award

Speechmatics, a venture that was on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge, is named a “One to watch” startup at the …

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CJBS EnterpriseTECH PhD+ launched

All six Schools at the University of Cambridge are supporting a new programme for PhDs, postdoctoral students, and other research-focused staff offered …

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Venturing forth: Syrona Women

Two Cambridge entrepreneurs – Anya Roy and Chantelle Bell – co-founded a startup aiming to help women to detect early signs of …

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In the media

Business Weekly: Cambridge entrepreneur named president of European angel club

The chairman of Cambridge Angels has been named as new president of the European Business Angel Network. Peter Cowley, a Fellow in …

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Forbes: Five startups that prove tech can solve the world’s biggest problems

Simprints is among five startups helping to solve the biggest issues globally, according to Forbes. Simprints has developed a biometric fingerprint scanner …

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Business Weekly: Cambridge life science evangelist Darrin Disley wins OBE

Dr Darrin Disley, Fellow in Entrepreneurship at Cambridge Judge Business School, has been awarded the OBE for “achievement most recently as CEO …

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Cambridge Magazine: Flower power

Lewis Beresford and Chris Barton, co-founders of Flower Street Labs, want to encourage people to eat more plants. The startup aims to …

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