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The triumphs and heartbreak of climate change trailblazers

A book proposal on pioneering entrepreneurial solutions to climate change by Ariel de Fauconberg, a PhD student at Cambridge Judge Business School, is named a finalist by the Financial Times in the Bracken Bower Prize for best book proposal by…

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Ariel de Fauconberg.

Executive Courses: Top 10 Executive Courses in Fintech

The "Fintech Innovation: Disrupting the Financial Landscape" course at Cambridge Judge Business School is featured in this article listing the Top 10 executive courses in Fintech. The course provides a broad view of fintech, and an understanding of the influence…

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Venturing forth: LatchAid – Supporting and empowering mothers and families

Computer graphics expert supported by the Cambridge Social Ventures programme at Cambridge Judge has developed an app to help women breastfeed. Dr Chen Mao Davies With a PhD in computer graphics, Dr Chen Mao Davies worked for many years to…

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Mother breastfeeding her baby son in the bedroom while using a mobile phone.

Helping BT to innovate management and technology

The work of Philip Stiles of Cambridge Judge Business School in helping BT adapt its organisational culture is featured in an article on the University of Cambridge website.  Dr Philip Stiles The work of Philip Stiles, Associate Professor in Corporate…

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Business people having a video conference.

Cambridge Network: Why affordability is not enough in attracting poorer customers

People at the ‘Bottom of the Pyramid’ seek products and services that are ‘aspirational’ and not only low-cost, says article in Stanford Social Innovation Review co-authored by Professor Jaideep Prabhu of Cambridge Judge Business School. “Evidence from various emerging markets…

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European Business Magazine: LG’s first-ever ‘Life’s Good Award’ to uncover new innovations for a better life for all

LG Electronics (LG) announces that its first Life’s Good Award is now under way. LG is bringing together respected academics from a diverse range of environment and social industries to support its own executives on the award's judging panel, which…

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Pushing scientific and business frontiers

Cambridge has been at the forefront of technology and life sciences innovation for centuries and is still forging ahead. The historic success of Cambridge in advancing scientific and business frontiers is the subject of an article in IQ, a magazine…

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Cambridge’s evolution as an innovation hub from the founding of the Cambridge Philosophical Society in the early 1800s; the Nobel Prize-winning discovery of the double helix structure of DNA in the 1950s; to pioneering work in the 1990s on DNA sequencing and world-leading efforts today on cell reprogramming, now attracting significant interest from industry and investors.

The Economic Times India: Governments need private sector strategies like an ‘outside-in’ approach to meet challenges like climate change: Jaideep Prabhu

Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School, speaks about the key insights that private enterprise can offer governments today. “Through the pandemic, people worldwide relied on private sector efficiency to deliver vital services. They now expect similar…

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Forbes Ukraine: Free program for the development of fintech with the support of the Cambridge Judge Business school to start in Ukraine

The National Bank of Ukraine and Cambridge Judge Business School are launching a training program for the development of innovations in the financial sector of Ukraine. The programme is one of the elements of the FinTech Development Strategy in Ukraine…

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Helping Ukraine’s reconstruction

The National Bank of Ukraine and Cambridge Judge Business School launch unique training programme to foster innovations in Ukraine’s financial sector. The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) and Cambridge Judge Business School are launching a unique initiative: a training programme…

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A vigil held at the Senate House for all those affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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