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Pivot, perform, progress – pivoting into the global tech sector with a Cambridge MBA

In the current phase of economic turmoil, now is the right time to pause, take stock and think about up-skilling to make yourself competitive for your next career move. We talk to Business School careers experts, along with MBA alumni…

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Venturing forth: LatchAid – Supporting and empowering mothers and families

Computer graphics expert supported by the Cambridge Social Ventures programme at Cambridge Judge has developed an app to help women breastfeed. Dr Chen Mao Davies With a PhD in computer graphics, Dr Chen Mao Davies worked for many years to…

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Racounter: Faced with complex challenges, CEOs hit the books

Conrad Chua, Executive Director of the MBA Programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about universities adapting their MBA programmes to respond to the latest challenges. “If I compare what we’re doing now to five years…

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Businesswire: RAIN Alliance names new President and CEO

Aileen Ryan, Mentor of the MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, is the new President and Chief Executive Officer of RAIN Alliance. She will lead the 160 corporate member, global industry association focused on growing and promoting adoption of…

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Cambridge Independent: #21toWatch 2023 opens for nominations as it is revealed that Top21 winners have raised more than £250m

Nominations to the #21toWatch 2023 awards have been opened. The awards recognise world-class science and technology entrepreneurs, start-ups and ground-breaking innovation from across Cambridge and the East of England. Among the first three entrants to qualify and accept the nominations…

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Pushing scientific and business frontiers

Cambridge has been at the forefront of technology and life sciences innovation for centuries and is still forging ahead. The historic success of Cambridge in advancing scientific and business frontiers is the subject of an article in IQ, a magazine…

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Cambridge’s evolution as an innovation hub from the founding of the Cambridge Philosophical Society in the early 1800s; the Nobel Prize-winning discovery of the double helix structure of DNA in the 1950s; to pioneering work in the 1990s on DNA sequencing and world-leading efforts today on cell reprogramming, now attracting significant interest from industry and investors.

Financial Times: The Lex Newsletter – Arm wrestle highlights struggle for UK tech

A report by David Connell, Senior Research Associate of the Centre for Business Research at Cambridge Judge, is mentioned in this article highlighting the struggle of UK tech. (subs) Read the full article [ft.com]…

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Irish Tech News: Born digital: what impact does tech & social media have on gen z – and how can we protect society from it?

A very topical book, looking at how technology is impacting on all of us, and the differing impacts, depending on whether we are Gen X, Y, Z or millennials, the article says. The book is Born Digital: The Story of…

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Considering a career in tech?

We spoke to three Cambridge Judge Business School alumni to find out how they got their roles, the key opportunities to look out for, and their top tips on getting into the sector. Fast-paced, constantly changing and forever innovating –…

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New Ventures Asia: Podcast – How can climate technology companies be built quickly and surely?

Chris Coleridge, Management Practice Associate Professor at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks of how him and his colleagues are helping build innovative organisations that will have the potential to reduce carbon emissions by 10 million tonnes per annum at Carbon…

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