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Huckleberry Labs: helping to solve new parents’ number one problem – kids who don’t sleep

Before she had her first child six years ago, Jessica Toh, an alumna of Cambridge Judge Business School (MBA 2013), read plenty of books containing tips on infant sleep. All to little avail. "As a new parent, I never expected…

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Finance app partnership

Fintech company Pariti, founded by alumnus of Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship programme at Cambridge Judge, announces partnership with loan provider Zopa. Pariti CEO, Matthew Ford, who founded the London-based fintech company in 2014, attended the PGDE programme, delivered by the…

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Cambridge TV: Cambridge entrepreneurs – Rize

In the fifth installment of the Cambridge Entrepreneurs series on Cambridge TV Luther Phillips from the Entrepreneurship Centre interviews John Harper, creator of Rize, a gamified app that integrates therapeutic concepts into simple exercises to help users to track and…

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Business Weekly: Growing agri-tech opportunities on agenda at first pollinator

His idea was for an easy to use online tool that would allow farmers to keep track not just of farm data, but also of real-time information about global issues and markets that would have a direct impact on the…

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Cambridge News: App for farmers to help reap benefits

Since the harvest failure in 2006 the market price for basic commodities such as wheat has become volatile. Judging the best time for to sell is just one example of where farmers are making very complex decisions and I saw…

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Football fans go to the polls

With less than a month before the 2014 World Cup, Cambridge MBA student Tom Gribbin and his brother Ben have launched an app where football fans can post polls, vote on the burning questions surrounding their favourite teams, and see…

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A peek into the life of an app developer

Samuel Harrison, a current Cambridge MBA student, talks to us about his new game that was just released on the Apple App Store (Pure Snowboarding), what makes a good game, what small developers have to do to get noticed, and…

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Entrepreneurship student launches new exercise app for professionals

PhysPrac, an iPhone and iPad application designed specifically for physical therapists, personal trainers and exercise professionals, has been launched by Michael Levens, a current student of Cambridge Judge Business School's Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship. The aim is to make the…

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Cambridge entrepreneurship diploma alumnus taxis to start-up success

The entrepreneurial journey is often described as a rollercoaster ride, but Tim Hin Wai Lui, graduate of Cambridge Judge Business School's Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship, has enjoyed a smooth ride to success starting up his transport systems platform venture with…

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Building communities meets big data. Learn how waze has revolutionised navigation.

When President Obama visited Israel, the Israeli police plan for traffic disruptions using mobile phone app waze. This was an amazing accomplishment for a company that relies on its community of users to update and share real-time traffic information. Learn…

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