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What effect could Elon Musk’s investment have on Twitter innovation?

Elon Musk’s investment in Twitter to make him the largest shareholder could boost the social media platform’s innovation, says an article in The Conversation by Cambridge Judge lecturer and MBA alumnus Hamza Mudassir (MBA 2012). Hamza Mudassir (MBA 2012) The…

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Funding for female-oriented gaming platform

Dorian, a women-first game platform for creators, streamers and players founded by Ukraine-born Julia Palatovska, an MBA alumna at Cambridge Judge Business School (MBA 2014), raises $14million in Series A funding. Julia Palatovska (MBA 2014) Dorian, a women-first game platform…

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Gaming the system

The Cambridge MBAs following their passion and taking their skills into the fast-growing gaming sector. When Julia Palatovska (MBA 2014) graduated, she already had her ideal job lined up. She was heading straight to London Venture Partners (LVP), an early-stage…

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Jobs in consulting, sustainability, healthcare and finance – career growth for our most recent graduates

As we publish the Cambridge MBA 2022 Employment Report, we explore the career outcomes for some of our most recent MBA graduates. A passion for healthcare Shane Xiahou (MBA 2020), from China, started his career at Dell Technologies in the…

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What jobs for our Cambridge MBA graduates?

The recently released Cambridge MBA Employment Report celebrates how our graduates can adapt to change and pivot in a recovering employment landscape. "We are delighted to report on the destinations of our talented class of MBA 2020," says Cambridge Judge…

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Clear Admit: Real Humans of Citibank – Anoop Kinjavdekar, Cambridge Judge MBA ’20, Management Associate

Anoop Kinjavdekar, an alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School (MBA 2020) shares his story from a Citigroup base in Singapore and offers a peek into MBA life at Cambridge Judge. “After working in semiconductor manufacturing for five years in various…

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Microchip shortage a popular read

Article by Cambridge Judge lecturer and MBA alumnus Hamza Mudassir (MBA 2012) on how the world ran out of semiconductors was third most-read University of Cambridge article in The Conversation in 2021. An article on “How the world ran out…

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Cambridge Independent: Boat Race 2022 – Meet the Cambridge University Boat Club men’s crew to face Oxford

Four alumni of Cambridge Judge Business School, including Olympic bronze medallist Ollie Wynne-Griffith (MBA 2021), Olympic athletes James Hunter (MBA 2021), Simon Schürch (MBA 2021) and George Finlayson (MPhil 2021) are among the crew named by Cambridge University Boat Club…

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WeAreTechWomen: Inspirational Woman – Simone Larsson | AI Strategy & Evangelism, Dataiku

Simone Larsson (MBA 2012) speaks about joining Dataiku as AI Evangelist and how her experience at Cambridge Judge Business School helped her career. “Around 10 years ago, I became burnt out as a consultant and decided to obtain an MBA…

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The future of work: has the hybrid work revolution thwarted progress towards gender parity in business?

For years, flexible working had been hailed as a potential solution to closing the gender gap, providing women with more opportunities to stay in work and progress their careers while still managing a family. Roll on to 2022, and flexible…

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