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Cambridgeshire Pride: Festival boosts Cambridge economy

Cambridge Folk Festival contributes almost £1.7 million directly to the local economy every year, research suggests. Now in its 50th year, the festival attracts around 10, 000 visitors annually and is one of Europe's best known and most popular folk…

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Cambridge Folk Festival better for local economy than Glastonbury, research finds

Cambridge Folk Festival contributes almost £1.7 million directly to the local economy every year according to research by Management Studies undergraduate students at Cambridge Judge Business School. Now in its 50th year, the Festival attracts around 10,000 visitors annually and…

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Alumna Alice heads up prize-winning team exploring viruses as a way to treat breast cancer

An ingenious idea to mimic how viruses work in the body to deliver highly targeted cancer treatments has netted funding for a Cambridge team led by CJBS alumna Alice MacNeil Alice (Management Studies Tripos 2012) heads up one of ten…

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Entertaining success: alumna Nathalie Dauriac on keeping the customer satisfied

The FT's upmarket How to Spend It magazine recently featured alumna Nathalie Dauriac-Stoebe, Founder and CEO of private banking and asset management company, Signia Wealth. Nathalie, who manages funds in excess of £2bn for 93 global clients, gives an insight…

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Three Cambridge Judge Business School students rowing in 159th Boat Race

Sunday 31 March 2013 will see the 159th Boat Race, an annual contest between two rowing crews from the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. Cambridge Judge Business School is delighted to announce that three of its students are rowing in…

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Beyond compliance

Cambridge MBA students take part in a four-week internship at the Pearl Initiative in the United Arab Emirates Four MBA students from Cambridge Judge Business School recently took part in an intensive four-week internship in the UAE, which gave them…

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