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The European Business Review: New rules of the game or game changer? Three things to consider as you prepare for (mandatory) sustainability reporting

Written by Cambridge Judge Business School alumna Mahwesh Khan (MPhil in Management Studies 2003), the article covers the implications for businesses since the European Union Council passed the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) in November 2022. The CSRD is making…

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Career growth and transformation with an MBA – my graduation story

Graduation day at Cambridge Judge Business School is a celebration of 12 months of the full-time MBA programme. The event itself, held some 8 months after the programme ends, offers a chance to reflect on how an MBA from the…

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MBA students graduation.

Eat the elephant one bite at a time

Greg Nance (MPhil Management 2011) talks about success born out of adversity and running to raise awareness and funds for youth mental health. Greg Nance (MPhil 2011) Greg Nance led what could be described as a charmed life until the…

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What is it like to be a working-class person in elite institutions?

The experience of working-class people in elite institutions like banks is far more nuanced than the fish-out-of-water conventional wisdom, finds paper by Sandra Ool, a graduate of the Masters in Social Innovation (MSt 2020) programme at Cambridge Judge. The theme…

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Sandra Ool.

Latest employment report shows another strong set of results for our MFin graduates

From Real Estate to Fintech and Hedge Funds to ESG, the latest employment report highlights the wide range of knowledge and talent of our recent MFin graduates. The annual Cambridge MFin Employment Report details the outcomes of the graduating class.…

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MFin Class of 2021.

From Silicon Fen to world-leading networks: the Cambridge eco-system

From ‘Silicon Fen’ – Europe’s largest tech cluster – to University-wide enterprise networks, Cambridge Judge sits at the heart of a thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem. So how is this incorporated into the EMBA programme? We spoke to current and former students…

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In addition to the University, Cambridge is well-known as a hub of innovation and entrepreneurship.

Finding the perfect partner – the Cambridge MBA duo making the jump to Dubai

Joe Drury (MBA 2021) and Dora Mocsinka (MBA 2021) are founders of Evertruss, a boutique strategy advisory studio based in Dubai, UAE. The company provides strategic advice and action plans for entertainment, culture, and tourism organisations. A new direction with…

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The Global MBA Sailing Regatta in Greece.

The Cambridge MBA alumni embracing success at Octopus

Benjamin Davis (MBA 2003) has recently been appointed CEO of Octopus Investments, and Ed Clough (MBA 2016) becomes Managing Director of Octopus Real Estate after initially joining the firm through the MBA Global Consulting Project. Benjamin Davis can clearly remember…

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Benjamin Davis (MBA 2003) and Ed Clough (MBA 2016) of Octopus.

From sustainable luxury architecture to helping the homeless

Ryan Windsor (PGDE 2012) talks about how architecture can have a positive impact on the environment and communities around us. Ryan Windsor (PGDE 2012) WindsorPatania is an award-winning architectural practice founded by Ryan Windsor and Giovanni Patania that focuses on…

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A luxury villa that will inspire other sustainable projects.

Is there a happy ending for TikTok and sceptical US lawmakers?

Concerns in the US over popular Chinese app TikTok reflect strained US-China relations. Two Cambridge Judge Business School academics – Professor Christopher Marquis and Fellow Hamza Mudassir – discuss how the issue began and where it might lead. Marathon hearings…

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The TikTok app has provoked much concern about privacy and data protection.