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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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A couple use an augmented reality tool to help decide how to decorate their apartment.

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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Happy people celebrating prize winners.

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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A young businessman lost in a dark maze notices a glowing light around the next corner.

Joining up

Cambridge Quantum Computing, founded by Cambridge Judge Fellow Ilyas Khan, combines with Honeywell Quantum Solutions to create a new company. Ilyas Khan Cambridge Quantum Computing, a quantum computing and algorithm company founded by Ilyas Khan, Leader in Residence and a…

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Computer circuitry.

Looking ahead

Richard Watson, the Futurist-in-Residence at the Entrepreneurship Centre of Cambridge Judge Business School, shares his thoughts in the series 'This Cambridge Life'. The "Futurist-in-Residence" at the Entrepreneurship Centre of Cambridge Judge Business School, Richard Watson, says the very word "future"…

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Woman gazes thoughtfully at colourful post-it notes on the glass wall in front of her as she thinks about the future.

Representation matters: the MBA startup creating African stories

We meet a Cambridge MBA alumnus creating children's books that address the gap in the market for African literature for the very young. Kunda Kids is a dynamic content creation studio that is innovating at pace to "inspire the next…

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Oladele Olafuyi, (MBA 2017) and his wife Louisa holding some of their story books.

Not so inconceivable

The huge challenges facing society require new 'possibilistic thinking' that systematically challenges existing assumptions, says a new paper co-authored by Dr Matthew Grimes of Cambridge Judge Business School. Dr Matthew Grimes The "grand challenges" facing society such as climate change…

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Career pivots and personal growth – for our recent Cambridge MBA graduates

As the latest MBA Employment Report from Cambridge Judge Business School is published, showing how students re-entered the workplace after their MBA (and during a global pandemic!), we meet a few and find out how their MBA year has led…

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MBA alumna talks about re-entering employment after her MBA year.

What if a stroke could be diagnosed before a patient’s arrival at hospital?

POCKiT Diagnostics is a startup supported by Santander through Cambridge Judge Business School's Entrepreneurship Centre. The team is developing a device, the Life Test, which swiftly and accurately diagnoses what kind of stroke a patient has suffered, so that effective…

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POCKIT DIAGNOSTICS.

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