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Business Weekly: Google for poodles via hi-tech vets

Cambridge VetTech company VetCT has claimed the first UK trial of smart glasses in veterinary practice. “We have a tremendous resource of specialist knowledge and expertise within our global team and are constantly exploring new ways to provide support to…

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The El-Erian Institute of Behavioural Economics and Policy joins Cambridge Judge Business School

The El-Erian Institute of Behavioural Economics and Policy becomes a new research centre at Cambridge Judge Business School where it will work closely with the research and expertise of the Business School and the University of Cambridge. The El-Erian Institute…

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E-commerce in a post-pandemic world

foodpanda managing director and Cambridge Judge Business School alumnus tells of the changing e-commerce market in Asia, and how his Executive MBA helped him to navigate the new territories uncovered in a growing market.   The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the…

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Cambridge Independent: Varsity Match 2022 – One-off game brings new experience for former England fly-half Toby Flood with Cambridge University RUFC

Toby Flood, alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School (EMBA 2021) and former England fly-half, joins Cambridge University RUFC in a one-off game at the Varsity match 2022 and talks about “the uniqueness of this feature”. “Any knockout tournament there is…

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Small and durable computer turns 10

The Raspberry Pi, a $35 credit-card-sized device designed by Eben Upton, a Cambridge Executive MBA graduate of Cambridge Judge Business School, celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. Eben Upton (EMBA 2009) Which is a more brutal environment – a large factory…

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International Women’s Day event

Networking event at Cambridge Judge Business School discusses the future of work: imagining a gender-free world. Maxine Nwaneri The fireside discussion held on International Women’s Day, Tuesday 8 March, was hosted by Dean Mauro Guillén of Cambridge Judge Business School…

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2022 International Womens Day panel event.

Financial Times: Raspberry Pi – the tiny British computer turns 10

Eben Upton, an alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School (EMBA 2011) and chief executive of Cambridge-based Raspberry Pi Limited, speaks about how his invention became best-selling UK computer of all time. Watch the video [Ft.com]…

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Post pandemic change for ballet companies

Pandemic offers a unique opportunity for ballet companies to innovate, says paper by Megan Jones, an Executive MBA graduate of Cambridge Judge. Megan Jones Cultural and creative sectors were some of the worst affected by the pandemic, and of those,…

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The future of work: has the hybrid work revolution thwarted progress towards gender parity in business?

For years, flexible working had been hailed as a potential solution to closing the gender gap, providing women with more opportunities to stay in work and progress their careers while still managing a family. Roll on to 2022, and flexible…

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Scratching the surface

Meal kit company Gousto, founded by Cambridge Judge Business School alumnus, reaches 'unicorn' $1bn valuation and says the boom in online food will continue after the pandemic. Timo Boldt Founded by Timo Boldt, an alumus of the Executive MBA programme…

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