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High-flying farm tech

Outfield, a venture supported by Cambridge Judge Business School that uses drone technology to increase fruit-crop yield, raises £750,000 in first funding round. Outfield, a venture supported by Cambridge Judge Business School that uses drone-produced imagery and artificial intelligence to…

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Financial Times: The executive MBA gets entrepreneurial

The FT article looks at entrepreneurship learning at business schools. The UK’s Cambridge Judge Business School takes advantage of its proximity to the cluster of science and technology companies in so-called Silicon Fen. Its EMBA students can learn from and…

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Enterprises honoured

The annual Business Weekly Awards include several recipients with ties to Cambridge Judge Business School, including Cambridge Quantum Computing as Business of the Year. Ilyas Khan Several companies with connections to Cambridge Judge Business School were named winners in the…

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Collegiate entrepreneurship

New Entrepreneurship Lab at King's College, co-directed by Dr Kamiar Mohaddes and Dr Thomas Roulet of Cambridge Judge Business School, launches first cohort. The inaugural cohort of the new Entrepreneurship Lab programme at King's College, Cambridge, will launch on 26 September.…

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Cambridge Independent: Boost for Outfield Technologies as funding harvested

A feature about Outfield Technologies that use drone technology and AI to better predict and maximise harvest. The startup was previously on Accelerate Cambridge programme, run by Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre. “The most important data for growers is knowing the…

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Khaleej Times: Rise and rise of Asian biz in Britain

Jaideep Prabhu, Jawaharlal Nehru Professor of Indian Business & Enterprise at Cambridge Judge Business School, comment on Asian businesses in the UK. “If we look across the British economy today, the influence of the subcontinent and its people is everywhere.…

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Funding boost for hologram tech startup

A startup connected to Cambridge Judge Business School that is developing holographic 3D technology closed a new funding round of £11 million. The VividQ venture co-founded by Cambridge Judge MPhil in Technology Policy alumna Aleksandra Pedraszewska (MPhil in Technology Policy…

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Celebrating pioneering social entrepreneurs with £10,000 Cambridge prize

Three social entrepreneurs pioneering new approaches to health, law and community development have been recognised with the 2021 Cambridge Social Innovation Prize, awarded by Trinity Hall and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at the University of Cambridge. These £10,000…

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Business Weekly: Foodtech pioneer Powdies in the best of health

An interview with Dr Carina Tyrrell, Co-founder and CEO of Powdies venture, that produces powder drink made directly from farmers’ surplus fruits and vegetables. The startup is currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre. Dr…

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Changing course

Study of firms in an accelerator programme identifies key limitations to the 'build-measure-learn' scientific approach of early venture creation, says paper by Monique Boddington and Stelios Kavadias of Cambridge Judge. Dr Monique Boddington Most new enterprises fail, so it's well…

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