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The Times: Why admitting your flaws may earn your start-up more investment

Cambridge Judge Business School is mentioned in this article about how showing nerves when pitching may secure start-up founders more money from investors than if their presentations are perfect. The study is co-authored by Jochen Menges, Associate Professor in Organisational…

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Venturing forth: FLIT

A venture on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School has designed a new electric bike with no visible battery and an easier folding mechanism. It's hard to reinvent the wheel, but Alex Murray and Dave Henderson have…

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Five things to avoid when pitching a startup to investors

Simon Hall, coach and mentor at the Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre and former BBC News correspondent, advises startups on pitfalls to avoid. Don't overlook your openingDo you want to avoid the five biggest errors in giving a pitch? If so...…

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