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Financial Times: The rise of the entrepreneur-in-residence


Jonathan Moules investigates how business schools are looking to involve entrepreneurs in their teaching activities. Cambridge Judge Business School’s Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) has had entrepreneurs in residence since 2005. Jo Mills, deputy director of CfEL, said: “About 300 entrepreneurs will help us on any given year, but we only give the title to those that really do add value. We want people who really concur with our values of teaching entrepreneurship.”

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