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Cambridge News: Trio paves the way for UK’s biggest cycle event

Graduates from a Cambridge business school have helped to create the UK’s largest mass cycling event... Stuart Blackley, Ed Brand and Stephen Edwards helped to organise RideLondon, a two day cycling festival taking place next August as part of the…

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The Individual: Inspiring and championing responsible management education

Cambridge Judge Business School is pleased to announce that it has signed up to the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) - an initiative aimed at inspiring and championing management education, research and thought leadership globally..."  …

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On your bike, get set, go!

Cambridge Judge Business School alumni to head up the UK's largest mass cycling event as part of the London 2012 legacy project Three alumni who graduated from Cambridge Judge Business School's Executive MBA programme in 2011 have been at the…

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Financial Times: A business plan with wheels

In 2010 three EMBA students, all keen cyclists, came up with the idea of using their team consulting project – part of their programme at Judge Business School – to create a mass participation cycle event in London. In August…

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ITV: Cambridge academic wins award

A Cambridge academic has won a prestigious award for pioneering new methods of learning...Dr Simon Learmount, Director of the Cambridge Executive MBA programme at the Judge Business School, has won the 2012 Cambridge Pilkington Teaching Prize. Read the full article…

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Recognising excellence in teaching

Dr Simon Learmount is awarded the 2012 Cambridge Pilkington Teaching Prize Cambridge Judge Business School is pleased to congratulate Dr Simon Learmount, Director of the Cambridge Executive MBA programme, on winning the 2012 Cambridge Pilkington Teaching Prize. Established by Sir…

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Time to take home a slice of Raspberry Pi

Cambridge Judge Business School alumnus launches micro-computer Dr Eben Upton, an Executive MBA alumnus at Cambridge Judge Business School and founder of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, has announced that Raspberry Pi - the much anticipated low-cost micro computer - has…

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The Guardian: Demand for Raspberry Pi, the British £22 computer, crashes website

A new British computer that costs just £22 went on sale at 6am on Wednesday morning – and immediately sold out, crashing the websites selling it in the process...Raspberry Pi is a charitable foundation set up by Upton, a Cambridge-based…

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Eben Upton, Founder: Raspberry Pi

Executive MBA programme helped inventor and alumnus Dr Eben Upton create a revolution in low-cost computing. The inventor of Raspberry Pi, a tiny low-cost computer which is about to hit the market, has no doubt that his Executive MBA programme…

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