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Owner-manager firms are much better because one’s own money is at stake, advertising head Sir Martin Sorrell tells students at an event organised by the King’s Entrepreneurship Lab led by Dr Kamiar Mohaddes and Dr Thomas Roulet of Cambridge Judge…

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Sir Martin Sorrell.

Formal and informal roles

Informal roles in top management teams can complement the formal structure but also cause conflict, says new review study co-authored by Professor Yasemin Kor of Cambridge Judge Business School. There has been abundant academic research on the formal role of…

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Formal and informal roles in management teams.

Elite Business: Can you feel the force?

Michael Hayman, Honorary Fellow in Entrepreneurship at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about his work with the Small Business Charter and how business can be a force for good in society. “At a critical time for business, with the shape…

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MBE announced

Bina Mehta, Chair of KPMG in the UK and a Fellow in Entrepreneurship at Cambridge Judge, is named an MBE in the New Year's Honours. Bina Mehta, Chair of professional services firm KPMG in the UK and an Honorary Fellow…

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CJBS Entrepreneurship fellow Mehta Bina awarded MBA.

Venturing forth: bit.bio – reprogramming stem cells to allow manufacture of human cells

Biotech firm bit.bio, which was on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, reprograms stem cells to allow manufacture of human cells. Mark Kotter Mark Kotter, a University of Cambridge stem cell biologist and neurosurgeon who founded biotech…

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It is now possible to turn stem cells into pure cultures of brain cells, muscle cells, etc., within days.

From Breakthrough to Blockbuster

New book co-authored by Nektarios Oraiopoulos of Cambridge Judge Business School charts the rise of entrepreneurial biotech firms. Dr Nektarios Oraiopoulos From Breakthrough to Blockbuster: The Business of Biotechnology, published today, shows how the small, inexperienced entrepreneurial companies making up…

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Small, inexperienced entrepreneurial companies making up the biotech industry have created more life-changing medicines than all of the large pharmaceutical companies combined.

Female entrepreneurship: what’s holding women back?

Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs – take a quick look at some of the biggest names in entrepreneurial history and it's hard to avoid the fact men make up the overwhelming majority. That's not to say there…

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Smiling female MBA student on laptop.

Everything entrepreneurs want to know about the Cambridge MBA

Can I start a new business during my MBA year? Can I still run my business and study for an MBA alongside? How do I develop my ideas before taking the leap? What resources are available to budding entrepreneurs in…

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Male and female MBA students talking at an event.

Business Weekly: Qureight secures £1.5m to enhance AI solution in battle against complex diseases

Cambridge-based Qureight, a clinical data curation and analytics company, has raised £1.5 million seed funding to develop AI-powered platform allowing to collect data from complex diseases. “Qureight’s platform technology will allow biopharma companies to recruit fewer patients for clinical trials…

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Startups, technology giants and career change – for our recent Cambridge MBA graduates

We meet some of our most recent graduates and hear about their career pivots as they jump from small startups to corporate giants or discover the startup journey for themselves – all firmly in the tech sector. The tech entrepreneur…

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