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Design studio CEO on square fruits and ‘smart’ shopping baskets

Fancy tasting a mushroom ketchup, mango chutney, or honey and elderflower cube? These are just a few of the quirky 3D printed …

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Bringing talent to the School

Students are busy throughout the year organising conferences and panels, which bring a wide variety of business leaders and thought leaders to …

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Disrupting ventures

Three companies with ties to the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge are chosen for the Disrupt 100 list for 2017. Three ventures …

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Torusware discovers simplicity in complexity

Five years ago Guillermo Lopez Taboada was a young associate professor of Computer Engineering at Spain’s University of A Coruña. Today, he’s …

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Taking the risk out of risk analysis

AlgoDynamix is a pioneering portfolio risk analytics company. Its software tools identify disruptive events in international financial markets, giving investment bankers and …

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Startup award for fingerprint venture

SimPrints, a venture that was supported by Cambridge Judge Business School, wins the Grand Prize at the Women Startup Challenge Europe 2017. …

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Smartbell rings in the Internet of Cows

Early in 2016 engineer and Cambridge MBA graduate Jose Chitty found himself pitching three-month-old start-up Smartbell to an audience featuring the great …

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Strategic advantage through the eyes of your customers

The second in a series of articles by Professor Christoph Loch, Hanadi Jabado and Professor Stelios (Stylianos) Kavadias looks at the importance …

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Growth: from strategy to execution… but how?

The latest article from Professor Christoph Loch, Hanadi Jabado and Professor Stelios (Stylianos) Kavadias explores the detail needed to execute a growth strategy. …

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Growing pains: the growth challenge

The first in a series of articles on SME growth by Professor Christoph Loch, Hanadi Jabado and Professor Stelios (Stylianos) Kavadias, looks …

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The growth quest through scalable processes

Without structure, small companies just can’t grow. Professor Christoph Loch, Hanadi Jabado and Professor Stelios (Stylianos) Kavadias explain why. At the dawn …

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In order to grow, you have to let go!

The fourth in a series of articles by Professor Christoph Loch, Hanadi Jabado and Professor Stelios (Stylianos) Kavadias discusses the “founder’s limit” …

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The growth trap

The third in a series of articles by Professor Christoph Loch, Hanadi Jabado and Professor Stelios (Stylianos) Kavadias discusses why you need …

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edozo moves fast to identify multi-million pound revenue pipelines

edozo CEO Marcus Ginn has some straightforward advice for entrepreneurs: “An entrepreneur is someone who gets things done. So set milestones, put …

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Cross-border entrepreneurship co-operation

“Campus Entrepreneurship” cooperation agreement is signed between Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Bergamo and Maastricht University. A co-operation agreement on entrepreneurship …

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SME awards 2017

Two ventures affiliated with Cambridge Judge Business School win top honours at the SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards 2017. Arcus Global, a cloud …

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Approaching leadership from within

Lorraine Warne, alumna of the School’s Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship (PGDE), helps people become better business leaders by absorbing – and, especially, …

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Business Weekly Awards 2017

Founders of two ventures with Cambridge Judge Business School connections – LifNano Therapeutics and Footprints Cafes – honoured at the annual Business …

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Brexit: “We voted for departure but not the destination”

Tim Farron MP visited Cambridge Judge Business School to discuss the impact of Brexit on the business and entrepreneurial community in Britain. …

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Creating a consumer Trybe of millions

Trybe began life as a start-up in the autumn of 2015, when founder and CEO, Daniel Michalczyk, immediately targeted what he describes …

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In the media

Business Weekly: Health food startup helps fight UK child hunger

Social enterprise Jake’s Boost co-founded by an alumna of Cambridge Judge Business School is helping to fight UK child hunger with a …

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The Daily Mirror: Brit scientist could be about to cure multiple sclerosis and provide hope for millions

Interview with Dr Su Metcalfe from the University of Cambridge’s Clinical School, founder of LIFNano Therapeuthics. The venture, which aims to cure …

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Cambridge Business Magazine: A medical quantum leap?

Interview with Dr Su Metcalfe from the University of Cambridge’s Clinical School, founder of LIFNano Therapeuthics. The venture, which aims to cure …

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Cambridge Independent: Audio Analytic makes a big noise in smart home marketplace

Chris Mitchell, founder of Audio Analytics, talks about sound technology and how this could make people’s life a bit simpler. The startup …

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Wired: Could AlgoDynamix save us from the next crisis?

An interview with Dr Jeremy Sosabowski, founder of the venture Algodynamix, currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by the Entrepreneurship Centre …

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Business Weekly: AstraZeneca backs biotech and healthcare ideas event in Cambridge

Biotech entrepreneurs are invited to test their business ideas at the Biotech & Healthcare Venture Creation Weekend taking place June 23-25 at …

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Cambridge Network: Year one of Barclays Eagle Labs in Chesterton

Barclays Eagle Labs, which is being supported by mentoring workshops and other activities of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge, celebrated its …

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Business Weekly: Cambridge Gates scholar targets brain cancer with new drugs

An interview with Minaam Abbas, CEO of startup angioClast. The company is developing products targeting Glioblastoma Multiforme, the most aggressive and incurable …

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Cambridge Independent: Vanguard or avant-garde?

Michael Hayman MBE, an Entrepreneurship Fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about how entrepreneurs push boundaries and challenge existing norms as …

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The Huffington Post: Could you pitch your next big idea to a prince?

Pitch@Palace was founded in 2014, and this pitching competition is attracting “the attention of industry giants like Apple and Twitter.” The initiative …

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Crowdfund Insider: Giftgaming exceeds £80k funding goal

In-game advertising startup Giftgaming successfully surpassed its initial £80,000 funding target through its second equity crowdfunding campaign on Seedrs. The start-up is …

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Cambridge News: ‘Wikipedia for doctors’ is winning idea at EdTech weekend

Venture Creation Weekend invited entrepreneurs interested in education and technology to pitch their ideas. The event run on 3-5 March by Cambridge …

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Cambridge Business Magazine: Smarty pants

An interview with Chris Mitchell, founder of Cambridge-based start-up Audio Analytic, which uses software sensors that can distinguish a range of noises …

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Business Weekly: Cambridge focus on incubating for disruption

The next Enterprise Tuesday event taking place on 21 February will focus on direct corporate investment in external start-ups. The speakers will …

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Cambridge News: Cambridge startup enables real-time voice recognition

Speechmatics has launched a real-time, continuous speech recognition system. “This is the second big breakthrough we have had within the last nine …

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BBC News: 3D food-printing developed in Cambridge

Cambridge-based startup Dovetailed had developed a 3D food printing system where people can try new tastes in a matter of minutes. The …

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Cambridge News: e-Luminate Cambridge festival is back

The annual e-Luminate Cambridge festival is back again with the big switch on in the Market Square on Friday 10 February. The …

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Cambridge Business Magazine: How to be an ‘intrapreneur’

Dr Chris Coleridge, Senior Faculty in Management Practice at Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre, says that successful entrepreneurs don’t necessarily have to start …

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