Who we are
The Centre for India and Global Business at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, acts as a platform for research and engagement with key partners in industry, academia and policy in India, the UK, and across the world.
Its primary focus is to understand, promote, and engage with innovators and innovations in India and the world.
What we do
We work with highly respected partners to disseminate some of the most impactful innovations globally.
One example involves our collaboration with Nandan Nilekani’s think tanks, which have been instrumental in shaping India’s world-class approach to building open digital infrastructure at a national level. This distinctive strategy is designed to ensure that digital technologies serve the interests of all, fostering innovation, and promoting fair competition. We have developed a playbook and are actively partnering with other nations to spread this approach.
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A new Playbook from Cambridge Judge Business School on how developing economies can use digital infrastructure aims to provide a model for countries around the world.
Carlos Montes (Lead – Cambridge Innovation Hub for Prosperity), Centre for India and Global Business, writes about a visit to India's Silicon Valley to explore think tanks set up by Nandan Nilekani of Infosys.
A new Brokering Trust to Accelerate Innovation framework developed at Cambridge Judge Business School helps launch development projects through an honest broker.