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Many alumni and startups of Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre programmes have been named finalists in the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2024. 

Divya Dewan.

Cambridge Judge alumna, Divya Dewan (MBA 2021), Forté fellow and female founder, finds her perfect role in human resources consulting in London, UK, and makes the career triple jump across country, sector and role.

Founders and ventures supported by Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre have made the shortlist for the #21TOWATCH 2024 Awards.

Alumni winning TBF Prize 2024.

3 biotech businesses founded by alumni of Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre programmes have been awarded the top three spots at the prestigious Trinity Bradfield Prize competition run by the Bradfield Centre and Trinity College, University of Cambridge.

Orca Scan and GS1 join forces to connect trillions of products to the Internet.

Company values.

Company values reflect a business’s principles to staff, recruiters, clients and investors – shaping office culture and driving growth. In this special Insight article, we talk to 4 ventures which have received support from Cambridge Judge Business School about what company values mean to them.

Speaker Sir Greg Winter, Elise Jenkins of Opto Biosystems and Dr Rebecca Myers of Cambridge Judge Business School.

The founder of a biotech firm and a cleantech company won prizes sponsored by Cambridge Judge Business School at the annual honours of publication Business Weekly.

James Brown and Matt Ash of Supersense Technologies.

Supersense Technologies, a venture supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge, is awarded £80,000 to develop a remote monitoring system to allow people living with dementia to stay in their homes as long as possible.

Lung scan image.

Qureight, a life sciences firm supported by Cambridge Judge Business School, collaborates with AstraZeneca on lung disease research.

Recylcing bins from Accelerate Cambridge venture: Vuala.

How a Masters in Entrepreneurship and support from the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School culminated in Abiel Ma (MSt 2019) winning the Young Innovator of the Year award for his automatic food waste separation technology.

Royce scholarship recipients.

The Henry Royce Institute helps Cohort 12 kick off with a lot more 'InnoMakers' to counterbalance the life scientists.

Futuristic image of a woman stepping through a digital door in a computer chip.

A Venture Creation event organised by the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School and the Cambridge Femtech Society seeks to disrupt the future of women’s health.