A centre for budding entrepreneurs has celebrated its tenth anniversary, and is pressing ahead with plans to launch a charter for those running start-up businesses. Judge Business School in Cambridge was bathed in a spectacular light show on Monday evening as past and present students joined academics and members of the business community to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the school’s Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL).
The School’s director Professor Christoph Loch opened the event and highlighted the centre’s role within the School and wider Cambridge community:
The centre has made a real impact on enterprise at the school, and it has now started to accompany and support fledgling businesses as they grow into companies and need to put processes and structures in place.
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