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Green football trophy win

Cambridge United win the CUP26 trophy for green activity awarded by Planet Super League, which was co-founded by Cambridge MBA alumnus Tom Gribbin (MBA 2013). Tom Gribbin (MBA 2013) Cambridge United Football Club won the CUP26 trophy for climate-enhancing activity…

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Football environment

Planet Super League, co-founded by Cambridge Judge MBA alumnus Tom Gribbin (MBA 2013), is a football tournament like no other. This time, it’s up to the fans to win it for the club by completing planet-saving activities. Stepping out in…

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The Telegraph: FA survey reveals enormous social and economic benefits of grass-roots football

Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments about the economic impact of amateur football. “Grass-roots football is ingrained in many local communities and, as this important report shows, makes substantial contributions to the…

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Six reasons the Cambridge MBA is like the FIFA World Cup

As the 2018 FIFA World Cup Final approaches, we consider the ways in which the Cambridge MBA is just like the world's most talked-about sporting event. The teams represent a diverse global community The World Cup brings together a diversity…

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Inaugural Cambridge United Summer School launches in partnership with Cambridge Judge Business School

The inaugural Cambridge United Summer School is taking place in Cambridge this summer, giving a lucky group of students a truly unique learning opportunity. The Summer School, which started on 15 July and will run to 5 August, capitalises on…

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The beautiful job: Cambridge alumnus on life at UEFA and World Cup 2014

The final ball may have been played in Brazil, but for one Cambridge Judge alumnus the inspiration, personally and professionally, will last a long time. Yasuhide Okabe, MBA 2004, is based in Lucerne, Switzerland, where he is Head of Asia…

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German football sets the bar

As Germany claim football's ultimate prize, one team back home will be paying careful attention to the 'assist' of an international profile. Who is the most recognised football club in the world? Manchester United? Real Madrid? Barcelona? Chances are you…

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