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Circular and frugal

Video thoughts of participants of the inaugural edition of InnoFrugal UK, the UK’s first conference dedicated to the subject of frugal innovation and the circular economy. The inaugural edition of InnoFrugal UK, the UK’s first conference dedicated to the topic…

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2018 News: Circular and frugal.

Boot repair on a military base

A shoe repair shop on a Dutch military base is a good example of the circular economy and frugal innovation, which will be explored at the InnoFrugal UK conference at Cambridge Judge on 27 March 2018. When one traditionally thinks…

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2018 News: Boot repair on military base.

Circular Economy grant

The Circular Economy Centre at Cambridge Judge shares EU grant to explore the interaction of the circular economy and the Internet of Things. Dr Khaled Soufani The Circular Economy Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School will have a 237,000 euro…

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2018 News: Circular economy grant.

Technology and farming

'Vertical farming' can help address food security issues, says new article in Stanford Social Innovation Review authored by Cambridge Judge academics. Vertical farming, which uses technology to produce food in vertically stacked layers, could help address food security issues in…

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Reducing food waste

Better collaboration with farmers, processors and consumers could help retailers reduce the huge amount of wasted food, says Harvard Business Review article by three Cambridge Judge academics. A four-pronged strategy could help food retailers reduce the huge amount of food…

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GreenBiz: Where the circular economy meets the Internet of Things

Professor Mark Esposito, Research Fellow at the Circular Economy Centre at Cambridge Judge, discusses how the circular economy and Internet of Things could bring benefits in the private and public sectors. “Although the traditional model of the linear economy has…

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World Economic Forum: Beating the robots means building relationships with them

Professor Mark Esposito, Fellow at the Circular Economy Centre, discusses artificial intelligence and robotics and how people must learn to work with them in the future: “Humans and machines will – and must – work together. As business consultants, educators…

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World Economic Forum: Why the adventure is just beginning for Artificial Intelligence

Mark Esposito, Fellow at Cambridge Judge’s Circular Economy Research Initiative (CERI) and colleagues write about the ever-evolving world of artificial intelligence. “The learning journey has just begun for humanity to confront itself” with the impact of this technology, the article…

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European Business Review: The future of the global economy

Mark Esposito, Fellow at the Circular Economy Research Initiative (CERI) at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses the circular economy model and what benefits this could bring to companies. “Estimates are that the potential profits from institutions adopting CE models could…

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Automotive World: Auto industry toys with the circular economy

Companies in various industries, including car manufacturing, are looking to adopt principles of the circular economy. Khaled Soufani, Senior Faculty in Management Practice at Cambridge Judge, said: “The automotive industry depends on different raw materials to produce vehicles. Much of…

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