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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: From maggots to meals

The Entomics Biosystems startup aims to reduce food waste by converting it into energy or food for fish and animals. The team …

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Forbes: Healx raises $10m in funding to find medicines for rare diseases

Healx, a Cambridge-based company that seeks breakthroughs for rare diseases through artificial intelligence, announced a $10 million Series A funding round. Healx …

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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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Digital Journal: Five emerging insurtechs to take notice of

The insurance industry is looking at new alternative ideas of providing their services. The article features five insuretech startups, including Cytora, that …

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Business Insider: Meet the 35 most exciting young entrepreneurs, engineers, and advisors in UK fintech

Matthew Ford, founder of finance management app Pariti, has been named one of the “most exciting young entrepreneurs” in the fintech sector, …

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Cambridge News: These nine leading Cambridge businessmen are here to help you

The article profiled nine professionals from various sectors such as academia, law and accountancy who are leaders of the business community in …

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Cambridge News: ‘Netflix for textbooks’ saving students cash

Gauthier van Malderen has launched a startup that aims to help students save money on textbooks. The Perlego venture now has around …

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SME Web: Delivering growth starts with your strategy

Stylianos Kavadias, Margaret Thatcher Professor of Enterprise Studies in Innovation & Growth at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses the challenges small and …

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Cambridge News: Winners of the 2018 Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards

The winners of this year’s Cambridge News business awards have been announced. The Cambridge Judge Business School High Growth award went to …

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Business Weekly: Sweet smell of success as Treatt wins Business of the Year crown

Winners of the Business Weekly Awards 2018 were announced at a gala event in Cambridge on 22 March. Heather Richards, CEO of …

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TechCrunch: Tandem acquires money management app Pariti

Pariti, a startup that developed a personal finance management app, has been acquired by Tandem bank. Pariti was founded in 2014 by …

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Cambridge News: Meet the 2018 Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards finalists

Finalists for this year’s Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards have been announced. Five companies with Cambridge Judge Business School connections are on …

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Forbes: Two women are building a device to spot cervical cancer

Syrona Women, a startup currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at the Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre, is developing a device that will …

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Cambridge Independent: Audio Analytic: ‘The Shazam of real-world sounds’

An interview with Chris Mitchell, CEO of the Audio Analytic startup. The startup uses software sensors that can distinguish a range of …

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Cambridge Magazine: She’s all that

Five women with Cambridge Judge Business School connections are featured among 15 business, science and education women in Cambridgeshire. They are: Michaela …

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