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Lord Dennis Stevenson: Setting up your own business is a decision about a way of life

‘Gradualism’ is the way forward, according to Lord Stevenson of Coddenham, Chairman in Residence at Cambridge Judge Business School, as he warns entrepreneurs against running before they can walk. Launching a new series of Cambridge Leadership Seminars, Lord Stevenson, in…

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Please mind the gap

The sin of a start-up, says Peter Hiscocks, Fellow in Entrepreneurship at Cambridge Judge Business School, is to be "under-capitalised"; but, he explains, there is a real gap between seed funding and larger venture capital investment.…

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Jack Lang, Andy Richards and Laurence Garrett: Better, faster, cheaper – entrepreneurship and early stage investors

Cambridge Angels Jack Lang and Dr Andy Richards, along with venture capitalist Laurence Garrett, talk about why the current economic gloom is in fact a great opportunity for start-ups, especially for those whose products will immediately satisfy customer needs as…

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A brave new world

In today's fast moving technological world, successful companies will be those brave enough to invest in start-ups and create their own competitors. Taking the example of Kodak, who floundered in the face of emerging digital technologies, Dr Kamal Munir, Reader…

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2009 podcast munir brave new world