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Poets & Quants: The crystal ball. B-school leaders offer predictions — and more than a dash of hope — for 2023

Sadia Cuthbert, Director of the Careers Office at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about business school leaders offering predictions for 2023. “Personal skills paired with analytics will be key for B-school graduates in 2023 and beyond,”…

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Enterprising alternatives to fast fashion through sustainability

Something new for the office party? Five tips for building a sustainable fashion business from startups supported by Cambridge Social Ventures at Cambridge Judge Business School. The Christmas party season is in full swing, and with the mince pies and…

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Ethical clothing made sustainably.

How sweet it is to be on grocery shelves

Harry Specters chocolate firm, which was on the Cambridge Social Ventures programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, wins distribution deal with supermarket chain Aldi.  The Harry Specters chocolate business, which participated in the Cambridge Social Ventures programme, part of the…

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Harry Specters chocolates.

Celebrating high potential female-owned businesses

Three women whose ventures have joined the Cambridge Social Ventures programme at Cambridge Judge Business School are named to ‘100 Female Entrepreneurs to Watch’ list by NatWest and The Telegraph.  Three women whose ventures have participated in the Cambridge Social…

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100 Female Entrepreneurs to Watch.

The future of farming: from eating insects to urban agriculture

In this special Insight article, we look at how the Entrepreneurship Centre and Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School are supporting new ventures to improve sustainability in agriculture to meet the demands of a growing global…

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Insects such as crickets are a good source of protein.

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.

BBC Radio 4: You and Yours Gap Finders: Thrift+

Joe Metcalfe, who was on the Cambridge Social Ventures programme starting in September 2017, has been interviewed on BBC Radio 4. Joe set up Thrift+ because he believed charity shoppers should have the same quality shopping experience as regular shoppers.…

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A look at marginalised communities: what Cambridge Judge research and initiatives can teach us

In this special insight article, we look at some of the work done at Cambridge Judge to highlight issues affecting the marginalised and point a way forward to solving them, and we also talk to some of those involved in…

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A look at marginalised communities: what Cambridge Judge research and initiatives can teach us.

Celebrating pioneering social enterprises with £10,000 Cambridge Social Innovation Prize

Four social entrepreneurs pioneering new approaches to mental health, wellbeing, employment training, and publishing have been recognised with the 2022 Cambridge Social Innovation Prize, awarded by Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge, and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge…

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Social Innovation Prize winners with judges and donors.

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