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The Cambridge entrepreneur ecosystem: a recipe for success

The Cambridge entrepreneur ecosystem: a recipe for success

There are many entrepreneurial ecosystems around the world, each with their own character. But the Cambridge ecosystem is special. The most important reason for Cambridge’s long-lasting success is the comparatively mature ecosystem, grounded in research and connected to finance and…

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We Are Tech City: Inspirational Woman: Dr Anino Emuwa

An interview with Dr Anino Emuwa, founder of Avandis Consulting, who is currently studying for the Masters in Entrepreneurship at Cambridge Judge Business School. Anino talks about the challenges she had during her career, her biggest achievement and why she’s…

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A bit fuzzy

Vague versus specific: when it comes to communicating with direct reports, senior leaders shouldn't always seek greater specificity, says Dr Jeremy Hutchison-Krupat of Cambridge Judge Business School. Conventional wisdom holds that communication within an organisation works best when there is…

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A bit fuzzy.

AI in construction

Five million euros funding for Germany-based construction startup, Building Radar, co-founded by a former student at Cambridge Judge Business School. Building Radar, a startup that uses artificial intelligence to identify new construction projects globally, announced that it has completed a…

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Five tips for fintech entrepreneurs

Catherine Wines, co-founder of London-based online money transfer company WorldRemit, believes that digital innovation can revolutionise the global money transfer market with safer and more cost-effective ways of sending money. At Cambridge Judge Business School, she teaches students in the…

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Time management

A new book by Cambridge Judge alumnus, on how to spend time efficiently and happily, becomes the number one top seller in Amazon's Business Time Management Skills category in the UK. James Wallman (PGDE 2017) A new book about making…

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Sustainable fashion

Cambridge Judge alumni talk about challenges and opportunities in creating fashion that is sustainable and environmentally friendly. With Fashion Week events in full swing in the US and Europe this month, some may find it difficult to resist the temptation…

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Expansion of leadership at Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre

Cambridge Judge Business School's entrepreneurship activities have grown steadily in impact and recognition over the last four years. The Entrepreneurship Centre has developed credibility as a leading resource for supporting entrepreneurs as they embark on a journey from inspiration to…

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City AM: London startups take the lead in Tech Nation’s fourth Upscale Accelerator

Tech Nation announced 30 startups that will enter their annual Upscale Accelerator programme, providing mentoring, training and helping to scale the business. Two startups connected to Cambridge Judge Business School are on the list. Healthera, a digital healthcare venture, was…

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The Independent: The startups using tech to tackle homelessness

How technology can help tackle homelessness? Varun Bhanot, an alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School (PGDE 2014), co-founded the startup Unhoused, where people can buy and donate things like hoodies, socks, coffee or haircuts to homeless people and track where…

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