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Keivan Aghasi

Why acquirers retain tech startup CEOs

Acquirers are more likely to retain a young tech firm’s CEO if they are a founder owing to their ‘pivotal’ role in deal implementation, finds a study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. Dr Keivan Aghasi According to much conventional…

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SME project

Cambridge Judge and Tech Nation received £350,000 Government funding to develop a management system to boost productivity in smaller businesses. Cambridge Judge Business School and Tech Nation have been awarded £350,000 by the UK Government for a joint project to…

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SME project.

Belfast Telegraph: Prince Andrew hails the success of his [email protected] entrepreneurs

A new report by the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School says the Duke of York’s [email protected] series has helped participating ventures grow and raise capital by fostering greater professionalism. “Whilst most entrepreneurial programmes operate under a finite date…

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Cambridge Independent: How business series reflects broader Cambridge diversity

Dr Keivan Aghasi, Research Associate at Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre, shares his thoughts on Enterprise Tuesday events that represent a broad diversity of speakers, topics and audience. “What has really struck me since arriving in Cambridge is how incredibly dense…

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