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MBA alumni triumph at Business Weekly awards

Two start-up businesses founded or led by Cambridge Judge Business School alumni have carried off titles at the Business Weekly awards held in Cambridge this week. MBA alumnus and Honorary Fellow in Health Management at CJBS, Dr Richard Mason, lifted…

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The Conversation: Big data reveals the business risk posed by unreported Ukraine protests

Joshua Wallace, Research Associate at the Centre for Risk Studies at CJBS and co-founder of Accelerate Cambridge start-up Cytora, investigates what risk businesses face in Ukraine and other hot spots and shows how accurate data about unrest can help businesses…

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Accelerator pitch: Joshua Wallace of Cytora

Can you pitch your genius business idea in the time it takes to get from the ground floor to the C-suite? Joshua Wallace, Co-Founder of Cytora, and a recipient of a CJBS Accelerator grant, gives it a go. The brains…

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Invest in your skills as well as your business, entrepreneurs advised

Entrepreneurs need to invest in themselves as well as their business to increase the chances of success with their ventures Entrepreneurs who invest in their own skills as well as in growing their ventures stand a much better chance of…

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Okapi sets course to become Africa’s first luxury brand

Think of luxury brands and the imagination instantly speeds off to Paris, Milan, London and New York. South Africa is not the first place that springs to mind and it's this very perception that a new company is seeking to…

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Accelerate Cambridge makes first two seed grants

Real-world risk prediction and a dynamic data gathering platform are the first two ventures to receive funding from the new Cambridge Judge Business School 'Accelerate Cambridge' business accelerator The two fledgling companies, Cytora and Stat.io, have each received £15,000 to…

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Cambridge Judge’s extraordinary progress from its start-up days

Dr Christos Pitelis, outgoing Director of Cambridge Judge Business School's Centre for Business and International Management (CIBAM), believes the School has made 'extraordinary progress' since it was founded. Reader in International Business & Competitiveness, Dr Pitelis was the first non-engineering…

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An Israeli startup tries to crack the conference networking market

Bizzabo, an Israeli startup, is the latest company to try to crack the conference networking market using their app. Alon Alroy, co-founder and CMO, talks to Tommy Katzenellenbogen Cambridge MBA 2012, about the opportunities and the challenges facing Israeli startups.…

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Building communities meets big data. Learn how waze has revolutionised navigation.

When President Obama visited Israel, the Israeli police plan for traffic disruptions using mobile phone app waze. This was an amazing accomplishment for a company that relies on its community of users to update and share real-time traffic information. Learn…

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Fundraising appeal for the Future Business Centre launches at Cambridge Judge Business School

Cambridge Judge Business School was delighted to welcome the pioneer of the social investment movement, Sir Ronald Cohen, to the School to launch the public fundraising campaign for the Future Business Centre. The Centre is Cambridge's first purpose-built incubation centre…

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