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Award winner

Pockit Diagnostics, a startup on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, receives nearly £100,000 from SBRI award. Pockit Diagnostics, a startup supported by Cambridge Judge Business School, received nearly £100,000 from the SBRI Healthcare Award to develop…

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‘Amazing’ finds

Remote working due to the pandemic has unearthed hidden talent, Allègre Hadida of Cambridge Judge Business School says in a new global innovation report. Dr Allègre Hadida Remote working prompted by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has unearthed previously hidden talent…

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Enterprises honoured

The annual Business Weekly Awards include several recipients with ties to Cambridge Judge Business School, including Cambridge Quantum Computing as Business of the Year. Ilyas Khan Several companies with connections to Cambridge Judge Business School were named winners in the…

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Poets & Quants: At Cambridge, three Deans tackle burning questions

Past, present and future Deans of Cambridge Judge Business School address business education and grand societal challenges at the Cambridge Union. The event on 2 July organised for the MBA cohort brought together Professor Dame Sandra Dawson, KPMG Professor Emeritus…

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Three deans

Past, present and future Deans of Cambridge Judge Business School address business education and grand societal challenges at the Cambridge Union. Business schools can play a key role in addressing some of the grand challenges of our time including climate…

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Taking advantage of crisis

Businesses should use the COVID-19 pandemic to pivot to better service rather than making excuses, says Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School. By Professor Jaideep Prabhu The customer is always right, and they are fed up…

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Cambridge Independent: ‘West can learn from Chinese digital successes’, say Cambridge authors

Western companies can learn how to break free from “the user growth treadmill on which many Western digital businesses are caught” by adopting Chinese business models, says Professor Peter Williamson of Cambridge Judge Business School. “When compared to Silicon Valley’s…

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Business Weekly: Learn from China re profitable digital innovation

An article on China’s digital innovation co-authored by Peter Williamson, Honorary Professor of International Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, featured in Business Weekly. The article says Western countries should “now copy Chinese firms in adopting digital innovation that generates…

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Turning the tables

Western companies should now copy China for digital innovation, says a journal article co-authored by Professor Peter Williamson of Cambridge Judge Business School. Professor Peter Williamson Chinese companies have long been accused by Western rivals of stealing intellectual property, but…

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IQ Magazine:

Bruno Cotta, Executive Director at Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre, reflects on businesses recently recognised for addressing global challenges at Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards. “Whilst we’ve been locked down and out of our iconic building in Trumpington Street, we’ve…

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