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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

Award-winning startups

Companies associated with Cambridge Judge Business School were honoured in the annual Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards. BIOS Health, a company…

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Cambridge female entrepreneurs awarded

Four entrepreneurs connected to Cambridge Judge Business School have been awarded the Innovate UK Women in Innovation awards. This year 40 female…

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Helping entrepreneurs to have impact through programme synergies

Looking at the ways in which the synergies between our various programmes and Centres make a difference. Chen Davies We often talk…

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Media coverage

Business Weekly: Near-death experience breathes life into small molecule startup

A feature about PharEnable startup, that is exploring new areas of chemical space that no one else is currently searching to enable…

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Cambridge Independent: Winners of Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards revealed

Few startups connected to Cambridge Judge Business School are among the winners of the annual Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards: Raspberry…

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The Telegraph: Meet the man using AI to hunt down the world’s rarest diseases

An interview with Tim Guilliams, Co-founder and CEO of Healx, aiming to find new therapeutic solutions to cure patients with rare diseases.…

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