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Cambridge entrepreneur wins Women in Innovation Award

On International Women’s Day 2023, Becky Cotton (EMBA 2015) has been announced as a winner of an Innovate UK Women in Innovation Award, which recognises trailblazing women entrepreneurs. Innovate UK Women in Innovation Awards recognise women with exciting, innovative ideas…

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Becky Cotton.

WalesOnline: Oscar-winning graphic designer thought she had dream job – until she had a baby

Dr Chen Mao Davies, CEO of LatchAid is featured in this article about her recently created app designed to help mothers breastfeeding. “I had always thought my dream had been fulfilled working for the film industry in Hollywood but after…

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Venturing forth: LatchAid – Supporting and empowering mothers and families

Computer graphics expert supported by the Cambridge Social Ventures programme at Cambridge Judge has developed an app to help women breastfeed. Dr Chen Mao Davies With a PhD in computer graphics, Dr Chen Mao Davies worked for many years to…

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Mother breastfeeding her baby son in the bedroom while using a mobile phone.

Valentine’s Day paradox

Dating platforms have revolutionised worldwide romance, but due to the 'Platform Paradox' these apps are largely local rather than global, Cambridge Judge Dean Mauro Guillén says in his latest blogpost. by Professor Mauro F Guillén, Dean of Cambridge Judge Business…

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Online dating apps have revolutionised worldwide romance. An app-based recommendation framework for investor adoption of crypto assets

Study co-authored by Dr Andrei Kirilenko, Reader in Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School develops app-based recommendation framework for investor adoption of crypto assets. "Platforms or apps of such companies as Amazon or Tripadvisor serve as a kind of filtering…

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Crypto selection

Study co-authored by Dr Andrei Kirilenko of Cambridge Judge Business School, presented at CERF in the City event, develops app-based recommendation framework for investor adoption of crypto assets. Consumers regularly choose books, music, travel destinations and other activities based on…

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Close up of three main cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin.

Teaming up

Cambridge MBA alumni reunite to help provide COVID-19 information through the World Health Organization. A partnership between Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS) alumni helped spark the launch of the World Health Organization (WHO) HealthAlert on WhatsApp around the world. Gini…

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Juggling appointments

Andreas Adamides, an Executive MBA graduate of Cambridge Judge Business School (EMBA 2009), developed CatchApp to enable busy people to arrange their calendars easily. Andreas Adamides Having successfully launched the eCommerce company BuyQuick in Australia in 1998, Andreas Adamides found himself facing a nice dilemma: after…

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Cambridge Judge Business School teaching case study is among The Case Centre’s best sellers for sixth year in a row

A case study on mobile money transfer developed at Cambridge Judge Business School is among The Case Centre's top 15 best-selling cases for the sixth year in a row. The Case Centre is a membership organisation that advances the case-study…

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Providing insights into company culture through new app by EMBA alumni

Kieron Faller and Allan Stewart, co-founders of tech start-up Workio have launched the first BETA version of an app to "codify company culture". Kieron Faller, CEO, and Allan Stewart, CTO, Workio The Workio app, which makes use of custom-built chatbots…

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