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Moneythink, an ed-tech nonprofit co-founded by Cambridge Judge alumnus Greg Nance (MPhil Management 2011), receives $980,000 grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Moneythink, a San Francisco-based educational technology nonprofit co-founded by Cambridge Judge Business School alumnus Greg Nance…

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Financial Times: What an executive MBA did for me

Cambridge Executive MBA alumna Eugenie Regan talks to Financial Times on what she learnt on the course. “At the time, I was working for a non-governmental organisation and used the EMBA every day,” she said. ”With marketing, for example, I…

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Business Because: How can brands adapt to the post-pandemic consumer?

Vincent Mak, Professor of Marketing & Decision Sciences at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments how companies could adapt in the post-Covid world. For example, at the beginning of the pandemic Coca Cola sent a clear message in support of social…

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Ending the stigma

Erin Hallett, Director of Alumni & External Engagement at Cambridge Judge Business School, is named a role model by the mental health action group InsideOut as a senior workplace leader championing mental health issues in the workplace. Erin Hallett, the…

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Erin Hallett.

Business Because: Five ways Covid has changed global business

Cambridge MBA alumnus and Strategy Director at Global Pharmaceutical Company Lalit Peddakota and Cambridge MBA programme Director Michael Kitson discuss how coronavirus pandemic has impacted businesses worldwide. “The pandemic showed us what is possible […] I attended internal and external…

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Future stars

Recent Cambridge Judge Business School students Toni Thorne (MBA 2020) and Dr Bola Grace (EMBA 2019) are shortlisted for the Women of the Future Awards. Toni Thorne (MBA 2020) Two recent students in the MBA and Executive MBA programmes at…

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Quartz: Male CEOs get paid more when they have deep, “manly” voices

Coverage of a study on the link between voice and CEO pay co-authored by Waqas Haque, MPhil in Innovation, Strategy and Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School (MPhil 2014), in Quartz. The study is based on CEO pay at UK…

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Financial Times: The UK’s top 100 entrepreneurs

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…

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EMBA students honoured

Two recent Executive MBA students at Cambridge Judge Business School, Christie Marr and John Lee, are named to the Best & Brightest Executive MBA list by publication Poets & Quants. Two recent Executive MBA (EMBA) students at Cambridge Judge Business…

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New board role for Cambridge EMBA alumna

Executive MBA (EMBA) alumna Dr Bola Grace reflects on her appointment to the board of Levin Sources, in the minerals sector. She explains how her education and career so far have led her to the role, offering advice to other…

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Dr Bola Grace.