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Enabling meaningful venture creation out of Cambridge

Accelerate Cambridge is a start-up “accelerator” established by Cambridge Judge Business School in May 2012. The School is situated in the centre of Cambridge, at the heart of the University of Cambridge and the Cambridge Cluster, the city’s academic and business networks, both of which have a long tradition of entrepreneurship.

Many of the businesses in the cluster were established by the University, its staff and alumni.

People

Find out more about the people who create drive and passion for the Accelerator.

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Latest news

Digital diversity

Asian tech pioneers list by charity Diversity UK includes two people with connections to Cambridge Judge Business School. Two people associated with…

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Faster analytics

Risk analytics company AlgoDynamix, supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme, announces new Quantum computing capabilities. Jeremy Sosabowski AlgoDynamix, a risk analytics firm…

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Women biotech leaders

Dr Rebecca Myers of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge is included in the Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness 2020 report by…

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Media coverage

Cambridge Independent: No headaches developing Happyr Health’s migraine app in Cambridge

A feature about student-led venture, Happyr Health, which aims to help young migraine suffers. Founders Nicola Filzmoser and Cornelius Palm are alumni…

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Forbes: Can we recreate every human cell type in the body? This UK startup thinks so

An interview with Mark Kotter, the founder and CEO of Bit Bio biotechnology company. Bit Bio aims to develop a scalable technology…

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Business Weekly: Cambridge quartet chosen for elite AI programme

Four Cambridge companies have been selected for a UK programme “designed to propel scaleups in the Artificial Intelligence sector to potential unicorn…

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