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Forbes: Smart money: How it can change your start-up for good

Gonçalo de Vasconcelos, CEO of crowdfunding platform SyndicateRoom and MBA alumnus of Cambridge Judge, talks to the founders of collaborative blogging platform Niume, Daniel Gennaoui and Francesco Facca, about how they managed to raise funds. Niume is supported by the…

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Business Weekly: Antonio Banderas stars in Cambridge crowdfunded movie

Hollywood actor Antonio Banderas has accepted a role on the “Salty” movie production, which raised £1.9 million via Cambridge equity crowdfunding platform SyndicateRoom, writes Tony Quested. Gonçalo de Vasconcelos, co-founder of SyndicateRoom and an alumnus of Cambridge Judge, said: “Our…

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Cambridge News: Fancy eating 3D-printed food? Cambridge company Dovetailed can print it

Vaiva Kalnikaite, founder of Dovetailed and an alumna of the Executive Education programme at Cambridge Judge, talks about 3D-printed food, “chatting” cups and other curious products that her company is working on. Vaiva said people are really excited about 3D-printed…

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Reuters: Footprint Cafés launches with $150,000 from Dr Darrin Disley

Cambridge Judge Business School alumna Georgina Hemmingway launched Footprint Cafés with a help of Cambridge biotech entrepreneur Dr Darrin Disley, who invested $150,000 of his own money. Footprint Cafés is a new chain of sustainable enterprise cafés that will re-invest…

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Cambridge Business Magazine: Start-ups: How to avoid the pitfalls

Margherita Cesca, a founder of Architettura MCMM and alumna of the EnterpriseWISE programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, gives some tips for start-ups on how to avoid common pitfalls. Read the full article [edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk]  …

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