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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

Business Weekly: Awards shortlist announced

Some of the most innovative companies in Cambridge have been shortlisted for the Business Weekly Awards. Some companies with Cambridge Judge Business …

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L’Orient Le Jour: Karine Assaf’s inspirational squares

A feature about Karine Assaf, alumna of the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship programme (PDGE 2014) at Cambridge Judge Business School. Karine is …

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Master in Management Guide: MSc programmes in entrepreneurship: A path to startup success?

Business schools are not only for consultants or bankers but also for people wanting to launch their own business, writes Seb Murray …

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Forbes: 30 under 30 in Science and Healthcare

Edel Browne, Founder of Free Feet Medical, is on the Forbes “30 under 30 in Science and Healthcare” Europe list. When she …

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East Anglia in Business: Why getting your hands dirty is imperative for growth

Professor Stelios Kavadias, Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge, is interviewed in the inaugural issue of East Anglia in Business …

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Salmon Business: Fly feed start-up Entomics: “We’re making it perform better”

An interview with Matt McLaren, co-founder of Entomics startup and alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School (MBA 2014). The startup uses insects …

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Business Weekly: Smooth operator acquired by Coca-Cola can inspire new Cambridge entrepreneurs

Adam Balon, co-founder in smoothies business Innocent Drinks, will be sharing his insights on how to create a star team at Enterprise …

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Business Weekly: Seven Cambridge companies in UK gazelles hot 100 list

Equity crowdfunder SyndicateRoom have created a list of Britain’s fastest-growing companies. The Top 100 list highlights some Cambridge-based companies, including two startups …

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Belfast Telegraph: Prince Andrew hails the success of his Pitch@Palace entrepreneurs

A new report by the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School says the Duke of York’s Pitch@Palace series has helped participating …

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Forbes: How one startup is using AI to find cures for 100 rare diseases by 2025

Battling rare diseases is one of the most prevailing challenges of our time. According to Global Genes, scientists have uncovered around 7,000 …

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Cambridge Network: BioBeat unveils 2018’s 50 Movers and Shakers

BioBeat has released its 50 Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness 2018 list of female leaders in healthcare, which includes several women with …

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Cambridge Independent: Winners announced at the annual Cambridge awards

Several ventures supported by the Accelerate Cambridge or Cambridge Social Ventures programmes at Cambridge Judge were honoured at this year’s Cambridge Independent …

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Business Weekly: POCKiT full of potential miracles for stroke victims

POCKit Diagnostics, a startup aimed at improving diagnosis of brain stroke, is getting ready to Pitch@Palace 10.0 finals on 8 November. The …

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Cambridge Independent: British Airways’ parent group books Satavia’s flying service

Satavia has been selected to join International Airlines Group’s (IAG) Hangar 51 accelerator. Satavia, which develops bespoke environmental awareness solutions for the …

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Silicon Republic: 10 cool start-ups from Cambridge to watch

Three startups with the connections to Cambridge Judge Business School are featured in the article as ‘the ones to watch’. Healthera, a …

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Insurance Times: Cytora to expand with sights on US market

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

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Business Weekly: Eagle and Microsoft explore new frontier for genomics discovery

Eagle Genomics, a consultancy co-founded by Cambridge MBA alumnus Abel Ureta-Vidal (MBA 2008), has “become the first partner for Microsoft in groundbreaking …

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Business Weekly: KisanHub sows seeds of Disruptive Technology success

KisanHub, a startup that is developing a crop intelligence platform to help improve supply chains globally, has entered the annual Business Weekly …

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