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Ignite provides start-up with sound business sense

While many of today's technology start-ups opt for opaque and outlandish names, Audio Analytic does exactly what its name suggests. The Cambridge-based company is a world-leader in intelligent sound detection using software sensors, which can distinguish a range of noises…

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Queen’s Award for Enterprise

Cambridge Intelligence, whose founder attended Ignite programme, wins Royal award for innovation. The company, which helps solve some of the world's most complex data visualisation challenges, has been honoured with the coveted Queen's Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category.…

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How to picture a thriving business

Data visualisation is a field that scarcely existed just a few decades ago. But today, all manner of organisations need to be able to turn complex information structures into clearly understood graphical representations. For those producing the technical solutions that…

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How do we build and sustain a world class innovation system in the UK?

Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Dr Uday Phadke, to speak at R&D Society/Knowledge Transfer Network event on 29 April. Dr Uday Phadke, CEO of Cartezia and Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Cambridge Judge Business School, is one of the guest panellists at the Research & Development Society…

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Cambridge Network: Ignite is just the job for careers startup WikiJob

Chris Muktar, founder of graduate careers startup WikiJob, said that Ignite programme for tech entrepreneurs had a positive impact on his own personal development and that of the business. Ignite is an intensive, one-week training programme for aspiring entrepreneurs and…

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Financial Times: Focus on entrepreneurs boosts alternative courses

The question of whether to spend money on a business education while trying to grow a company creates a dilemma for the growing band of entrepreneurs, writes Johnathan Moules in Financial Times. People are looking to various options how to…

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Treasury outsourcing

Cambridge Judge student seeks treasure in niche finance venture. Setting up a treasury function inside a company can be an expensive proposition, so a student on the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship (PGDE), run by the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL)…

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Business Weekly: Champion Horizon a business with a heart

Two Cambridge Judge Business School connected ventures – Horizon Discovery and Simprints - have been honoured at the 25th Business Weekly Awards earlier this week. Horizon Discovery was named Business of the Year and SimPrints won the Startup Company of…

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Cambridge Network: CfEL delivers innovation and entrepreneurship training for engineers in developing countries

Cambridge Judge Business School’s Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) is running a series of entrepreneurship courses for the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng) as part of their Leaders in Innovation Fellowships (LIF) training programme which is supported by the UK…

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Cambridge News: Social entrepreneurs take part in social ventures weekend

More than 60 people attended the special event at Cambridge Judge Business School. Jenny Chapman says there is an interesting trend emerging at Social Venture Weekends in Cambridge. “The emerging trend spotted by my fellow judges and me is enterprises to…

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