An Executive MBA alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School, Timo Boldt (EMBA 2014), founder of the meal-kit business Gousto, is named among “The UK’s Top 100 Entrepreneurs” in an article in the Financial Times. Berlin-born Timo, who is number 77 on the FT list, founded the meal-in-a-box company in 2012 when he was working as a finance professional, and then enrolled in the Cambridge EMBA programme.
The FT article looks “at those entrepreneurs who have built, if not giant, then often extremely large businesses, together with others that have achieved a lofty valuation on the promise of future success”, with revenues or a valuation of at least £500m. (subs)
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