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Celebrating pioneering social entrepreneurs with £10,000 Cambridge prize

Three social entrepreneurs pioneering new approaches to health, law and community development have been recognised with the 2021 Cambridge Social Innovation Prize, awarded by Trinity Hall and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at the University of Cambridge. These £10,000…

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EGOS honours

Two papers authored at Cambridge Judge Business School win top awards from the European Group of Organisational Studies (EGOS). Two papers authored at Cambridge Judge Business School – a historical study on the tobacco industry and research on disabled workers…

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Co-operative approach

Pioneering historical approaches to Black economic co-operation, such as those of sociologist W.E.B. Du Bois, should be tapped to benefit today’s business education, says study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. The pioneering ideas and experiments of sociologist W.E.B. Du…

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The Guardian: Grasshopper bred in captivity returns to East Anglian marshes

An interview with Lucas Ruzo, founder of Citizen Zoo. The venture aims to promote rewilding and community engagement. A team of volunteers have bred around 1,000 grasshoppers that will be released into countryside this summer. Citizen Zoo was previously on…

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Social mission

Professor Muhammad Yunus, who won a Nobel Prize for pioneering microcredit in Bangladesh, tells the CJBS Perspectives video series on leadership about how he was inspired to provide financial services to the excluded. Professor Muhammad Yunus, who won the Nobel…

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Award-winning startups

Companies associated with Cambridge Judge Business School were honoured in the annual Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards. BIOS Health, a company co-founded by University of Cambridge graduates Emil Hewage, a computational neuroscientist, and Oliver Armitage, a biomechanical engineer, was…

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Cambridge Independent: Winners of Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards revealed

Few startups connected to Cambridge Judge Business School are among the winners of the annual Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards: Raspberry Pi was highly commended in STEM Initiative of the Year category. Raspberry Pi was founded by Cambridge Judge…

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Cambridge female entrepreneurs awarded

Four entrepreneurs connected to Cambridge Judge Business School have been awarded the Innovate UK Women in Innovation awards. This year 40 female entrepreneurs were selected for the awards and will receive a one-year tailored package of financial support and mentoring.…

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Harvard Business Review: How 20th-century black business leaders envisioned a more just capitalism

Dr Leon Prieto and Dr Simone Phipps, Research Fellows at the Cambridge Centre for Social innovation co-authored an article about black business leaders in the United States in 20th century. “We believe that the cooperative advantage approach is an important…

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REACH Ely project is collecting audit data on the wider community use of church buildings

The REACH Ely project is collecting audit data about church buildings from the church communities in the Diocese of Ely. The aim of the audit is to gather evidence of the wider community use of church buildings and the contribution…

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