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Theutilizeproject.com: The Utilize Project wins award for Best Social Enterprise startup

The Utilize Project, a startup founded by Mahmud Shahnawaz, EMBA alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School, has won an award for Best Social Enterprise. Since its foundation in 2019, the startup has helped to home over 80 SMEs and community…

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Taming the dragon: managing chronic pain

In 2019, Nicola Filzmoser (PGDE 2019) co-founded Happyr Health, an app to help young people manage chronic pain. Nicola spoke to us about her motivation and goals. Chronic pain can have a massive impact on everyday life. In addition to…

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Nicola Filzmoser and Cornelius Palm.

Iponews studio: Zhiyun Health officially landed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange with a market value of more than HK$17.3 billion

Zhiyun Health, a startup created by Ming Kuang, alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School (MBA 2010) was officially listed on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange today, with Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase & Co. as joint…

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Yahoo Finance: Spirea raises £2.4M ($3M) to develop antibody drug conjugates in cancer

Spirea, a startup supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by Cambridge Judge Business School’s Entrepreneurship Centre, has secured funding of £2.4 million with investments from high-profile UK and US investors. Dr Myriam Ouberai, Chief Executive Officer at Spirea, commented:…

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Venturing forth: Qureight – integrating data with AI to solve complex diseases

Qureight, a clinical data analytics company supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, just raised £1.5m in seed funding. Qureight, a clinical data analytics firm supported by Cambridge Judge Business School, had its origins in a…

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Venturing forth: Qureight – integrating data with AI to solve complex diseases.

Cambridge Network: UK Foreign Office appoints Cambridge Cleantech to deliver ‘cutting edge’ business support programme for Indian start-ups

Cambridge Cleantech has been appointed by the UK’s Foreign Office to manage the UK-India Tech Startup Programme, a key business support programme for Indian tech startups. Helena Kim, executive coach and external faculty member at Cambridge Judge Business School, who…

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Venturing forth: bit.bio – reprogramming stem cells to allow manufacture of human cells

Biotech firm bit.bio, which was on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, reprograms stem cells to allow manufacture of human cells. Mark Kotter Mark Kotter, a University of Cambridge stem cell biologist and neurosurgeon who founded biotech…

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It is now possible to turn stem cells into pure cultures of brain cells, muscle cells, etc., within days.

Scratching the surface

Meal kit company Gousto, founded by Cambridge Judge Business School alumnus, reaches 'unicorn' $1bn valuation and says the boom in online food will continue after the pandemic. Timo Boldt Founded by Timo Boldt, an alumus of the Executive MBA programme…

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A kitchen counter with a freshly opened Gousto meal box on top.

From Breakthrough to Blockbuster

New book co-authored by Nektarios Oraiopoulos of Cambridge Judge Business School charts the rise of entrepreneurial biotech firms. Dr Nektarios Oraiopoulos From Breakthrough to Blockbuster: The Business of Biotechnology, published today, shows how the small, inexperienced entrepreneurial companies making up…

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Small, inexperienced entrepreneurial companies making up the biotech industry have created more life-changing medicines than all of the large pharmaceutical companies combined.

Female entrepreneurship: what’s holding women back?

Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs – take a quick look at some of the biggest names in entrepreneurial history and it's hard to avoid the fact men make up the overwhelming majority. That's not to say there…

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