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Cambridge Enterprise leads strategic funding round for startup Bond180, which was launched by three Cambridge MBA graduates.  Bond180, a provider of technology solutions for fixed-income markets launched by three Cambridge MBA graduates, announced completion of a strategic funding round involving follow-on investment from Cambridge Enterprise, the commercialisation arm of the University of Cambridge.  Bond180 was…

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Accelerated transformation

Companies need to accelerate digital transformation in emerging from pandemic crisis, says Gavin Patterson of Salesforce, in an interview with Cambridge Judge Dean Christoph Loch. Companies need to accelerate their digital transformation in emerging from the coronavirus crisis or they…

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The Conversation: Why Arm’s sale to Nvidia has stunned the tech industry

Hamza Mudassir, Visiting Fellow and MBA alumnus at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about Arm’s sale to a Swiss tech company and why this might be a threat to the British chip designer's future. “If this acquisition completes as planned,…

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Online alumni festival

Eight faculty members from Cambridge Judge Business School to present at the 30th Alumni Festival of the University of Cambridge 17-26 September. Eight members of the Cambridge Judge Business School faculty will discuss topics ranging from racial inequality to sustainability…

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Entrepreneur: Don’t get disrupted! How to protect yourself from your competition

Hamza Mudassir, Visiting Fellow and MBA alumnus at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses disruption and why this might be a problem. “Disruption often feels like it comes out of nowhere, but it doesn’t. It comes from the corners leaders aren’t…

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Surgical safety

Cambridge MBA student Taylor Ottesen (MBA 2019) launches Global Scalpels podcast to focus on the billions of people who lack access to safe and affordable surgery. Taylor Ottesen An MBA student at Cambridge Judge Business School, Taylor Ottesen (MBA 2019),…

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The Guardian: From loo rolls to fashion: how to spend your cash more ethically

An article is featuring businesses that are using customers’ money for good- from sustainable and ethical grocery shopping, to renewable energy and second-hand fashion. Thrift, an online shopping platform for second-hand high-street and designer clothing, where people can donate goods…

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Bloomberg: Biometric tracking can ensure billions have immunity against Covid-19

A feature about Simprints startup, supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School. The startup has developed a fingerprint scanner allowing health care workers in developing regions to access patients’ digital records. Co-founder Toby Norman, who studied…

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Financial Times: Japan’s battery start-ups take the world beyond lithium ion

AC Biode startup, a startup co-founded by Cambridge Judge Business School alumnus Tadashi Kubo (MBA 2017), is featured in the FT article. The startup has developed an alternating current (AC) system to create batteries that it says have more capacity,…

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Cambridge Independent: Scientific breakthrough as VividQ fashions digital 3D holograms

A feature about VividQ that produces produce novel 3D displays. Co-founder Aleksandra Pedraszewska, alumna of Cambridge Judge (MPhil in Tech Pol 2017), said: “Thanks to a new generation of processors and VividQ’s algorithms, holographic displays can now run in real-time…

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