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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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Executive courses: Executive programmes in entrepreneurship and innovation

The Barclays Scale Up UK programme delivered at Cambridge Judge Business School is featured in the article. Youping Han, Client Relationship Manager at Cambridge Judge Business School commented: “Executive education can help entrepreneurs address some core questions that their businesses…

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The Telegraph: Meet the man using AI to hunt down the world’s rarest diseases

An interview with Tim Guilliams, Co-founder and CEO of Healx, aiming to find new therapeutic solutions to cure patients with rare diseases. Tim tells how he is utilising machine learning to bring his therapies to trial. Healx was previously on…

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Starting up

Female founders share top tips on how to build a bigger and better business at Enterprise Tuesday. How do we get more money into female-led businesses? Numerous pieces of research show the link between female leaders and stronger financial performance,…

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Kestrl – the Islamic fintech putting ethics and faith at the forefront of personal finance innovation in the UK

We meet the two start up entrepreneurs, Areeb Siddiqui (MBA 2018) and Daeng Termizi (MBA 2018) who pivoted their MBA towards innovation in the UK fintech sector. Kestrl's ambition is to become the UK's leading money manager by making it…

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Going from employee to entrepreneur with the GMCA

When Anna Zhang made the move from employee to entrepreneur, she faced many challenges, but with the help of the General Management Certificate of Achievement (GMCA), she was able to enhance her business knowledge, gain confidence and boost the growth…

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Whose authenticity?

Entrepreneurs face tensions in remaining "authentic" but that word is notoriously difficult to define, says Dr Matthew Grimes, Reader in Organisational Theory & Information Systems and Co-Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School. By Matthew Grimes Matthew…

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From engineering to successful entrepreneur, with a Cambridge focus

Cambridge Judge Business School alumnus Christian Bunke (MBA 2000) was born in Sweden, studied in Australia and now lives in the UK, where he runs two international companies and supports various startups. Christian Bunke Christian Bunke completed his Cambridge MBA…

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Mujer Emprendedora: To work in the tech field is to work for the common good

An interview with Teresa Tarragó, CEO of Exheus. The company uses Artificial Intelligence “to create a world-first genetic report that allows us to analyse the expression of the 22,000 genes in the human body.” Teresa was on the Ignite programme…

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Artistic enterprise

The November series of the Enterprise Tuesday sessions at Cambridge Judge Business School focused on the arts – including the creative economy and storytelling. Here are some takeaways. The UK's cultural and creative industries are world leading, with creative people…

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