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The catalyst for a successful internship programme

The importance of internship programmes has certainly never been higher. The global pandemic has altered the employment landscape immeasurably both from the perspective of employers and candidates. by Sara Coupe, Internship Programme Manager & HR Lead, Cambridge Centre for Alternative…

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Everything entrepreneurs want to know about the Cambridge MBA

Can I start a new business during my MBA year? Can I still run my business and study for an MBA alongside? How do I develop my ideas before taking the leap? What resources are available to budding entrepreneurs in…

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MBA entrepreneurs.

Business Weekly: Qureight secures £1.5m to enhance AI solution in battle against complex diseases

Cambridge-based Qureight, a clinical data curation and analytics company, has raised £1.5 million seed funding to develop AI-powered platform allowing to collect data from complex diseases. “Qureight’s platform technology will allow biopharma companies to recruit fewer patients for clinical trials…

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Startups, technology giants and career change – for our recent Cambridge MBA graduates

We meet some of our most recent graduates and hear about their career pivots as they jump from small startups to corporate giants or discover the startup journey for themselves – all firmly in the tech sector. The tech entrepreneur…

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Selling sports smartly across the globe with an MBA

Once an MBA start up and now the leading sports sponsorship platform in Europe, Sponsoo is expanding further with plans that include the Cambridge Judge community. Sports sponsorship offers unrivalled opportunities to tell dramatic stories and reach highly engaged audiences.…

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Pitch contest

Ventures associated with the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School get third prize, semifinals at the Global Pitch Competition in Shenzhen, China. Mimicrete, an advanced materials science venture that is developing novel self-healing concrete, was awarded third prize in the Peking HSBC Business School-Cambridge…

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Dr Liz Zijing Li of Mimicrete.

Venturing forth: Mirthy – a digital platform helping older adults remain active

Mirthy, a social startup supported by the Cambridge Social Ventures programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, aims to bring joy to millions of older people. Crises can breed opportunity, and that’s what the coronavirus pandemic brought to Mirthy, a social…

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Business Because: 10 MBA entrepreneurs to watch in 2022

Kestrl, an Islamic finance startup co-founded by Cambridge MBA alumni is featured in Business Because article. Areeb Siddiqui and Daeng Termizi (both MBA 2018), co-founded Kestrl in March 2020 when they realised there’s a lack of accessible Islamic banking options…

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Why acquirers retain tech startup CEOs

Acquirers are more likely to retain a young tech firm’s CEO if they are a founder owing to their ‘pivotal’ role in deal implementation, finds a study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. Dr Keivan Aghasi According to much conventional…

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Instant print citation

FotoStax, an imaging venture on the Accelerate Cambridge programme of Cambridge Judge co-founded by two Cambridge MBA graduates, is named one of the Most Disruptive MBA startups. Jonathan McBride FotoStax, a venture co-founded by two Cambridge MBA graduates of Cambridge…

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