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The Hayman Column

Michael Hayman

Welcome to our new column written by guest contributor Michael Hayman MBE. Michael, co-founder of communications consultancy Seven Hills, is one of Cambridge Judge Business School's Entrepreneurship Fellows. He is an experienced entrepreneur who also co-founded Startup Britain and has co-authored a book, Mission: How the Best in Business Break Through, published by Penguin. Find out more about Michael.

The dream

“Too busy dreaming.” Damning praise often used in school reports up and down the country. The inference being that some children’s heads …

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Vanguard or avant-garde

In his regular column for the Entrepreneurship Centre, Michael Hayman MBE talks about how entrepreneurs push boundaries and challenge existing norms as …

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Climbing the commercial mountain

In his third column for the Entrepreneurship Centre, Michael Hayman MBE describes the journey he has been on as he celebrates seven …

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Charting a new course in Brexit Britain

In his second column for the Entrepreneurship Centre, Michael Hayman MBE asks what business makes of Brexit. What does business make of …

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Can Britain build a scale-up nation?

In his first column for the Entrepreneurship Centre, Michael Hayman MBE explores the opportunities for creating a scale-up culture in the UK. …

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In the media

Cambridge Independent: Outfield’s agritech drones are blossoming

A feature about Outfield Technologies, an agri-tech company which uses drone technology, AI and data science to help farmers maximise their harvest. …

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Business Weekly: New stroke blood test may prove a POCKiT-ful of miracles

The POCKiT Diagnostics startup was chosen to lead a near-£1 million collaboration R&D programme funded by Innovate UK. The money will help …

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EU startups: 10 Cambridge-based startups to look out for in 2019 and beyond

Two ventures connected to Cambridge Judge Business School are on the list of Cambridge startups “to look out for” in 2019. Healx …

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CUTEC: Episode 10

The CUTEC podcast features Bruno Cotta, Executive Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School. Bruno discusses his previous and …

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Business Weekly: £3.4m funding for KisanHub

KisanHub, which was supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme and by the Cambridge Social Ventures programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, raises …

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Cambridge Independent: MedTechBOOST competition to target healthcare challenges using AI

An ambitious competition designed to tackle two major healthcare challenges using artificial intelligence will run at the Bradfield Centre. Expert guidance and …

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Financial Times: The winning formula behind Cambridge’s Silicon Fen success story

Pahini Pandiya, alumna of the Ignite programme (class of 2018) run by the Entrepreneurship Centre, is currently raising funds for her medtech …

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The Grocer: Waste not want not

The Nūfood 3D printing robot developed by venture Dovetailed is featured in this article about how 3D printing can help us produce …

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Business Weekly: Cambridge brains bid to revolutionise UK healthcare by maximising AI technology

The Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School and the Eastern Academic Health Science Network (Eastern AHSN) are sponsoring a new programme …

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Cambridge Independent: Flit, Cambridge’s self-folding electric bike, on way

A feature about Flit, a Cambridge-based startup, that is developing a foldable bike which “could revolutionise life for the city’s commuters.” The …

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Cambridge Independent: Masterclass at Cambridge Judge as Google duo coach

An event held at Cambridge Judge Business School featured Google executives Jonathan Rosenberg and Alan Eagle, who talked about coaching in business. …

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Khmer Times: Charity… and world domination

Georgina Hemmingway, alumna of the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship at Cambridge Judge (PGDE 2014), talks about her venture Footprint Cafés that aims …

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Business Weekly: AstraZeneca and Cambridge Judge Business School seek new life science gazelles

Cambridge Judge Business School partnered with Astra Zeneca for an initiative aiming to “highlight the great science and innovation taking place in …

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Cambridge Independent: The startup that has baked ethics into genetic research

A feature about the Sano Genetics venture that recently raised seed funding. The startup, currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at the …

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Business Weekly: Cambridge leaves ‘Footprint’ in Cambodia and sets sights on new chapter in Thailand

Footprint Cafés, a brainchild of Cambridge Judge alumna Georgina Hemmingway (PGDE 2014), has recently opened an enterprise hub in Cambodia and plans …

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Business Weekly: Cambridge life science and technology companies win Queen’s Awards

Some technology and life science companies were among East of England businesses to win the Queen’s Award for Enterprise. Speechmatics, a venture …

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City AM: London AI startup secures £25m in funding

Cytora, a startup whose software collects and analyses a huge amount of online data to perform real-time political risk analysis, has recently …

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Cambridge Network: Cambridge Spark awarded £1.4m for AI-powered data science EdTech platform

Cambridge Spark, which was on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge, is awarded £1.4 million in funding from Innovate UK. The …

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