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Taming the dragon: managing chronic pain

In 2019, Nicola Filzmoser (PGDE 2019) co-founded Happyr Health, an app to help young people manage chronic pain. Nicola spoke to us about her motivation and goals. Chronic pain can have a massive impact on everyday life. In addition to…

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Nicola Filzmoser and Cornelius Palm.

From electronics to analytics: Cambridge companies applauded

Several firms with ties to Cambridge Judge Business School won top honours at the awards organised by the publication Business Weekly. Several companies who have received support from Cambridge Judge Business School were honoured in the Business Weekly awards held…

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Business Weekly award winners 2022.

Why flaws can pay: entrepreneurs need not seem perfect in seeking investors

Entrepreneurs who expose flaws like insecurity can boost investment by attracting investors with similar flaws, finds study co-authored by Dr Jochen Menges of Cambridge Judge that won a top Academy of Management award. Dr Jochen Menges The stereotype of an…

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Cambridge Independent: #21toWatch 2023 opens for nominations as it is revealed that Top21 winners have raised more than £250m

Nominations to the #21toWatch 2023 awards have been opened. The awards recognise world-class science and technology entrepreneurs, start-ups and ground-breaking innovation from across Cambridge and the East of England. Among the first three entrants to qualify and accept the nominations…

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Pushing scientific and business frontiers

Cambridge has been at the forefront of technology and life sciences innovation for centuries and is still forging ahead. The historic success of Cambridge in advancing scientific and business frontiers is the subject of an article in IQ, a magazine…

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Cambridge’s evolution as an innovation hub from the founding of the Cambridge Philosophical Society in the early 1800s; the Nobel Prize-winning discovery of the double helix structure of DNA in the 1950s; to pioneering work in the 1990s on DNA sequencing and world-leading efforts today on cell reprogramming, now attracting significant interest from industry and investors.

An adventurer on the CJBS entrepreneurship programme seeks to monetise marathons, mountaineering and memoirs

He has completed marathons on every continent, and now Sri Lankan Hassan Esufally (MSt Entrepreneurship 2021) seeks to build a business model for his adventures through the Masters in Entrepreneurship programme at Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS). Hassan Esufally sat…

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Hassan Esufally.

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.

Forbes: Three leadership and entrepreneurial lessons from the crypto crash

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory and Deputy director of the MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School, tells us what lessons can be learned from the crypto crash: “Despite the downturn, many still believe in the potential of the…

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Yahoo Finance: Spirea raises £2.4M ($3M) to develop antibody drug conjugates in cancer

Spirea, a startup supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by Cambridge Judge Business School’s Entrepreneurship Centre, has secured funding of £2.4 million with investments from high-profile UK and US investors. Dr Myriam Ouberai, Chief Executive Officer at Spirea, commented:…

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Uniting for the planet’s future: business schools join forces to tackle climate change

Business Schools for Climate Leadership, a group of eight European business schools including Cambridge Judge, launches a second series of webinars to accelerate climate-change action. Business Schools for Climate Leadership (BS4CL), a group of eight European business schools including Cambridge…

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