Cambridge Judge Business School has been voted one of the 125 top businesses in Cambridge
As part of Cambridge News’ 125th anniversary celebrations the newspaper invited readers, academics and the business community to nominate the most influential Cambridge businesses from the past 125 years. A team of five judges has chosen the winners, with CJBS among them.
The citation said:
Cambridge Judge Business School is educating leaders for tomorrow and is the centre of Cambridge University’s management teaching and research. The school prides itself on turning out managers and entrepreneurs of the highest calibre.”
The other selected companies include ARM, Microsoft, Addenbrooke’s, St John’s Innovation Centre, Raspberry Pi, John Lewis and the University of Cambridge as a whole.
Judge Angela Rushorth said:
The top 125 businesses have been influential in different fields and demonstrate the benefits of being located in an area with such a positive environment for business growth.”
Members from all the selected organisations had a chance to meet and celebrate their success at a drinks reception at St Catharine’s College earlier last week.