Eight ventures with Cambridge Judge connections were honoured in the first Cambridge Independent Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards.
Eight ventures with connection to Cambridge Judge Business School were honoured in the first Cambridge Independent Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards, held 21 September at Newmarket Racecourse.
The awards “honoured some incredible entrepreneurs poised to make a big difference to the world we live in,” said the Cambridge Independent’s editor, Paul Brackley.
The ventures associated with Cambridge Judge to receive honours were:
Algodynamix: a risk analytics company supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme of the Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre, was the “startup winner” in the Artificial Intelligence category.
Audio Analytic: an audio intelligence firm, and alumni of the Entrepreneurship Centre’s Ignite programme, was “scale-up winner” for Artificial Intelligence.
Speechmatics: a speech recognition firm, Accelerate Cambridge, was also a “scale-up winner” for Artificial Intelligence.
LifNano: a life sciences firm, which has been with both Accelerate Cambridge and Cambridge Social Ventures, part of the Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge, was “highly commended” in the Biotech category.
Repositive: a genomic data venture, Cambridge Social Ventures, was “highly commended” in Biotech.
SensorHut: a chemical sensing venture, Accelerate Cambridge, was “highly commended” in the Cleantech category.
SyndicateRoom: a crowdfunding firm, co-founded by two Cambridge MBA graduates, was “scale-up winner” in the Fintech category.
Playphysio: a gaming physiotherapy venture, Cambridge Social Ventures, was “highly commended” in the Medtech category.